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Vintage Peacock

Hello! This is going to be a very exciting week over at Stampendous. The Design Team will be sharing projects featuring some of the newest stamps and stencils from the October catalog. I fell in love with this majestic Vintage Peacock, so I wanted to share it with you. If you are looking for my 31 Days of Halloween post, please click HERE, but be sure to visit the Stampendous Blog all week long as well.


Supplies:
Stampendous:
R285: Vintage Peacock
MEM01: Memento Ink in Onyx Black

Other:
Zig Clean Color Markers: 032, 041, 043, 044, 050, 052, 065, 068, 070, 075, 080, 083, 092, 093, 0098, 303, 400
Graphic 45: Versailles Cardstock #4501131
Creative Impressions Ribbon: Lilac Blank Twill #80513
Imagine: VersaFine Ink in Lagoon Blue
Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry Glue
Ranger: Water Brush
Canson: Mixed Media Paper

Directions:
1. Stamp image on to Mixed Media Paper using Memento Ink. Color using the colors listed above. Utilize the water brush in areas that you'd like the colors to be a bit more washed out, like the sky and the ground.

2. Cut the card base from Versailles cardstock to the size of 5 1/2" x 8." Ink the edges with Blue Lagoon VersaFine ink.

3. Cut a piece of Lilac Blank Twill to fit across the bottom and glue with Zip Dry.

4. Adhere the focal image with Zip Dry.

Please be sure to visit the rest of the Stampendous team that's posting today, over on the Stampendous Blog. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

oh I love peacocks. This is beautiful!
Mary Holshouser said…
the peacock is beautiful.
I love seeing them.
thanks for sharing.
You have accomplished something that not many are able to! I am speechless! I could list a lot of descriptive words to say how I feel about this stunning creation but am just going to say W O W ! W O W ! W O W ! W O W ! W O W !
Love it! TFS~
Viki Banaszak said…
What a gorgeous scene!
Stampendous said…
This is SO FABULOUS! those colors are vintage and help that majestic peacock stand out on the card! Great design, Alison!
Judy said…
What a lovely card. This must have taken quite a while to make. Thanks for sharing with us.
Jade said…
This card is so beautiful. Great coloring with the Zig markers.

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