Sunday, 27 May 2018

Good Toes - Naughty Toes ! Masked and Blended Beautiful You

I love the Beautiful You stamp set and I particularly love the image of this lady:-



My husband gave me a giggle when he looked at it ...... and started chanting "Good toes...... Naughty Toes".  It brought back fond memories of my daughter's ballet lessons when she was a little tot many moons ago !

Anyway, I dug out another stamp set.  Touches of Texture has some really useful images and I love the lacy image.  I thought it would work well with my lovely lady.  I used the masking technique for this one, stamping her image onto a Post-It Note with full adhesive backing and cutting her out (as per the photo above).

My card is a wee one.  It's only 3 x 3 inches - perfect for showing her off beautifully. 



Step one - I stamped her with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink onto my little Whisper White layer.

Step two - I used my blue Post-It Note mask, placing it securely over my stamped lady and then loaded my lacy stamp with some Flirty Flamingo ink.   I stamped this a few of times across the masked image.  I removed the mask and my little dancing lady was all ready for a little colouring session using some blends.

I layered her onto some Flirty Flaming card stock and then adhered to my 6 x 3 inch card base, scored at 3 inches.

She is small and she is dinky and she makes me smile. I love my little card.

Thanks for looking - and I hope you will visit my blog again.

Have a lovely lazy Sunday.

Linda xx


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6 comments:

  1. I love all the images from 'Beautiful You' but I agree this lady looks as though she is having the most fun. I like that you have given her the full focal position on the 3 x 3 card front. She does look beautiful against the lacy pink background Linda. Thank you for sharing this with us crafters. :O)

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    1. Thanks Lorraine - I thought she worked well on a dinky card. x

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  2. Lovely...I am ordering her..the lacy background enhances her style

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    1. Hope that by now you have been busy with this lovely stamp set. Thanks for your comment Suzanne.

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  3. That is such a gorgeous card, the lacy background is superb. TFS

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