Sunday, March 29, 2015

Stamp Etching

Hello. I recently had a swap on one of my groups for the technique "Stamp Etching" As my swap partener has received my card I can show. I did my etching in all black but I think this would look great in coloured pens..Loz


9 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! I love the black, white and red together-very fetching

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  2. Loz - this looks fantastic!!!! I don't think I've seen this technique before but you've done a great job. Awesome card!!!

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  3. Fantastic card design Loz. love your flowers.
    Pam

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  4. Absolutely brilliant project, Loz. Fascinating technique.
    hugs, Asha

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  5. This is a to me new technique. Had to google it to make sure I learned more about it, I love the outcome of your stamp etched image!

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  6. This is really cool, Loz! You did an awesome job with stamp etching. I clicked on your link to learn a little more about it. Have a wonderful day!

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  7. Great card Loz another work of art....black really makes it stand out. Hugs Deloris

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  8. I always love the combo iof red black and white Loz
    this is adorable card
    i am only wondering why I never get email if you post a new things
    sad I already choose the option follow you by email
    but I never get mail
    now I will try to catch up Loz
    much lovely cards from you
    hugs
    Monika

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