Saturday, 15 June 2013

Stampbord Squares

I coloured these 2" square pieces of stampbord with the mop up fresco paints from the plaque I showed a couple of days ago.

I stamped one with a TH image and the other with a Dina Wakley image using black stazon.

Using the scraper tool I went in to reveal some of the white.  I might go back to the trees and do a bit more revealing!!!


Buttons said...

That pop of white on each of these really makes them jump out even more. Love the colour mixes for the backgrounds too. Hugs, Jenny x

Marianne said...

Very beautiful and such a nice results with the scratching!
xxx Marianne
PS ofcourse you were right...It's Barry Gibb. I'm glad you recognized him from my drawing though LOL

Lin said...

love these Sam...the images are great..may have to get the stamp board out!!

Sandra's Spot said...

Love these Sam. X

butterfly said...

Fantastic stamping - especially love the TH one - and the white scrapings look so cool!
Alison x

Carol Q said...

these look fab Sam. I'll have to dig out mine.

Lucy Edmondson said...

These are great, Sam, the white scratching back is so cool,

Lucy x

chrissies said...

I have never tried 'revealing' and it is a wonderful effect by the looks of these squares. Both are great Sam

Love Chrissie xx

mandiii20 said...

Wow Sam! These are Gorgeous! My 2 favorite colours too! LOL Love them :)

mandiii20 said...

Love these Sam!! My two favorite colours too lol! Gorgeous xx

hazel said...

These are fabulous Sam, lovely colours and images.
xxx Hazel.


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