Woodware Challenge – Week 50 – Red, White and Blue – Day 6

 Here we are with the last showcasing  of the Stampendous London Cling Rubber stamp and today it is Jane the Flower Girl.

Jane has made a multi fold card which is very clever, the background is an old map of London and I love the way that Jane has added the colour around the edge of the card with a mixture of blue and red ink. The stamping is black pigment ink and embossed with clear powder. This gives a really sharp image, and no specks of black powder on the card. (not that Jane would have stray embossing powder that is me)

 The Crown is a green size punch and with the Mark Richards bling it adds a regal touch to the card.

The ribbon has been cleverly coloured, it started life as red gingham and Jane has added dots of her blue marker to add the extra colour.

 I love the multifold shape of this card to set off the stamp, and Jane’s decoupage, which this stamp really lends itself to. I am surprised that Jane didn’t do 3 buses, is that not how they arrive, in a row one after the other, perhaps it is only 2 because of cut backs. Pop over to the Flower Girl’s blog to see her tips for this creation.

This stamp has so many uses we have only scratched the surface with it I hope that you have enjoyed seeing our uses for it this week.

Remember this challenge will be open from now until the 31st of May, please create a card or scrapbook page, using Red White and Blue, and play along with us, all that we ask is that you use at least one product that is manufactured or distributed by Woodware Craft Collection. Please credit it in any blog or gallery images. In return we will enter you into our draw at the end of the month for £12.00 to spend on Woodware Goodies at the craft shop of your choice. If you want to play and don’t have a blog or gallery then just e-mail the card to me:-  dorothy@woodware.co.uk, thank you.

Thank you for visiting.



4 thoughts on “Woodware Challenge – Week 50 – Red, White and Blue – Day 6

  1. I should have thought about three buses Dorothy! As you say, they all come at once! I enjoyed making this card and hope that it has inspired others too.


  2. Oh Jane – what a clever card – all in layers and steps – must have taken you ages! I love it…and the idea about changing the gingham ribbon – genius! So looking forward to your classes at Japonica on June 8th and 9th. X Jan


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