Owl At Dusk

Hi everyone,

I hope you are all well and have had a fabulous weekend.  A huge thank you for your lovely comments and kind words on my last post.

Another little card to share today using one of the new stamps from Crafty Individuals.

I used a 350 gm card stock to stamp onto. It’s not water colour card but it works just as good. The owl and trees have been stamped using black Staz-On. I used Distress Inks to colour background and image.

I have already posted the card below but I thought I would add it to this post just to show what a contrast there is, using the same stamp, but different card card stock and different colours.

Stamps: Crafty Individuals Owl and Moon CI 512 , Wild Flowers and Ferns CI493 and Listen To The Trees CI 450.

Just to share. The tree stamp I used on the first card is from an A4 size set of stamps and there are a lot of trees on that sheet but Crafty Individuals also do a smaller set Winter Trees CI 209 which I love to use in creating scenes.

Thank you for looking.

Take care,

Flo x

7 thoughts

  1. Two stunning cards Flo and the first one is my favourite. These cards just go to show how well the different CI stamps all work so well together. I love how you’ve done here. Crafty hugs, Sandra x

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous cards Flo, lovely owl image and beautifully designed. Love your sky in the first card.
    I’ve yet to ink my new stamps,I’m waiting for inspiration lol. Wasn’t the weather amazing, can’t remember an Easter holiday like it, a bit cooler and more clouds today, better for Alistair, he’s been up two Munros , walking with difficulty, he goes for the burn…..lol, Kate x x

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  3. Good to see you made one of your owls red-brown aswel! Looks so good and both ways they look so realistic! Like the stamps you combined the owl with; makes them look so at ease in their envirement! Beautiful cards! Hugs, Gerrina

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