Ever wondered when you are busy, you get more things done lol. Have at long last played with my new Robin stamp from Imagination Crafts. The Ladies I taught at Denbigh got to play with him before I did!
I stamped him out in Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink and watercoloured him for a soft vintage look, to fit in with Hels theme this week.
He has a Barn Door tubby and berries, and how lush is that ribbon with the beads entwined, a little bargain from Lidl, only popped in for some bits for tapas! Thanks for stopping by, hope the weathers better where you are, raining cats and dogs here, the Irish Sea is bouncing and lots of roads are closed. Roll on summer Elizabeth xxx
I love this card, Elizabeth. You have given it your signature gentle touch with the muted soft colours and it is beautiful.
Glad you live on a hill (like we do!). Keep safe.
This is a super card.Your new crafty robin is gorgeous and you've stamped and coloured him to perfection. That ribbon looks a good buy - but did you get the tapas too.
Hope the roads clear for you soon.
STUNNING... love that robin and what you did with him, brilliant... Thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper x
A beautiful piece of art.
He's absolutely gorgeous. Love the way you have coloured him. Nicola x
Beautiful card Elizabeth. That looks like one well fed and happy Robin!
Beautiful card Elizabeth. I also bought some of that ribbon and used it on my lanterns. Hugs Rita xx
This is stunning Elizabeth, love the soft water colour effect.
Loving the vintage sepia tones you have used on the robin. The card is beautiful! x
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