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Topflight Stamps - What the Quack?

 Hi Everyone,

This week it's anything goes at the Topflight blog. And since we had kind of rainy weather I let myself be inspired by that.
I brayered the background. Stamped the ducks on it. Stamped them again onto white paper, colored them with alcohol ink markers and cut them out. Took a dark grey marker and went around the edges, to get rid of that white cut side. Not much work, but looks a lot better that way. Glued the ducks onto the stamped on on the card. Added the sentiment. Took some distress inks in matching colors and sponged around the edges.
I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting. 
See you next week with more Topflight Stamps inspiration.

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Nachteulen Schaffen Schoenes - es rennt, fliegt und krabbelt


Flo said…
Hihi, diese Karte passt wunderbar zur Jahreszeit Herbst!
Schön, dass Du diese Karte bei den Nachteulen zeigen willst, ich bin gespannt wann sie dort erscheint.
LG Flo
Was für ein zauberhaftes Werk! Die beiden Kerlchen sind zum Verlieben süß. :)
Ich freue mich, dass du deine Karte bei den Nachteulen zeigen möchtest. Leider ist sie bei uns nicht angekommen...
Hier ist noch einmal der richtig Link:

LG Ilse (thera)
Jetzt hat´s geklappt, liebe Cornelia. Schön, dass wir deine entzückende Karte bei den Nachteulen bewundern dürfen. Ich drücke dir die Daumen für die Auslosung und sende liebe Grüße!
Ilse (thera)

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