I love these collage stamps, they stamp really well and then only require a little colour to bring them to life.
And here is my card :
The background was made using blended Distress inks and a honeycomb mask which looks a bit like chicken wire. I cut a strip of burlap and frayed each long edge to go across the middle of the card.
For the rooster panel I stamped twice onto white card stock. Then I added colour with inks and brush markers. Then I cut out one rooster to decoupage on to the base panel. I added some Frantage embossing powders, glass glitter and mica flakes along the base of the panel.
I love Frantage for adding a bit of texture.
Then I decided to make it into an easel card. I used the same technique for the small panel at the base. The words were computer generated and printed onto white card. The little bee is an old Stampendous stamp the I have had for years. I just wanted a little something to finish off the base plate.
Then inside I stamped a Woodware sentiment that seemed appropriate!
I really like this stamp and I am sure it will get well used.
I wonder when I am a grandmother will I get handmade cards from my grandchild? I hope so. That's all for this week. I need to get back to making wedding invitations for my daughter's wedding later this year. I have finished the day ones, now it's the evening ones!!
Remember to pop over to Woodware for lots of great ideas.
Have a good week.