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Topflight Stamps - Darkroom Door Candles

Hi Everyone,

It's Topflight Stamps day! 
This week we are featuring Darkroom Door stamps. 



I lightly spritzed the background with Dylusion ink spray. Added some splatters in yellow and orange. Stamped the candles. Used bleach to get the color out of the candles and used markers to color them in again. Added the sentiment with some twine.


I hope you liked this! See you next week with more Topflight Stamps inspiration.

Here are the stamp supplies I used:
Use code FUNSTAMPING to get 12% discount at Topflight Stamps.




 Hunkydory Prism brush markerVersafine ink


Linking up with:
Simon Says Stamps Monday challenge - sprays and splashes
Seize the Birthday - watercoloring/anything birthday





Comments

I love the candles on that card. Fun birthday design.
marilyn said…
So very creative and fun card!! Haven't used bleach in forever, and remember how effective it was... Great idea...thank you!
hellerlittle said…
ooooooooooooooh die ist aber klasse !!!!
Mal die Challenge ansehen muss, habe einige eingestaubte DRDStamps
die sollte ich mal wachk├╝ssen
LG hellerlittle
Nora Noll said…
Bleach to get the color out of the candles? I need to try this. STUNNING design!! I LOVE that background!
Anita in France said…
Such creative use of the bleach, Cornelia ... these fun candles are fabulous against the full-of-energy background! Hugs, Anita :)
Kim Heggins said…
WOW....this is simply fabulous!!!
Cathy said…
Gorgeous and very artsy card Cornelia! Love how you've used bleach to make the candles pop from the background, they almost look 3D! Thankyou for playing along at Seize the Birthday, Cathy x
Nancy said…
Cornelia, This is such a cool artsy card! I love it! YOu have so much depth. Love the added sentiment with the twine! Always a pleasure having you in our gallery at Seize the Birthday!

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