Monday, 12 October 2009

Stamp Addicts new show

As promised some more news and sneak peeks of some of the goodies coming up on the Stamp Addicts new show which is going out live at 12 noon on Wednesday 14th October. Being on their DT I was treated to some super new JudiKins stamps to create samples and as you will see there is an Oriental theme going on. Here I am sharing two of the cards I made, you can also see more on Sarah's blog The Purple Zone, where she also has some candy on offer.

For my first card I created my own background paper by repeat stamping JudiKins Japanese Fabric Cube 6734I and Brilliance Olive and Red ink pads. The three butterflies were stamped with Stayzon on to shrink plastic and coloured with the same two brilliance inks after shrinking. The little Japanese girl is JudiKins 3467E Dancing Girl, coloured with Promarkers and the mats cut with Nesties through the Bug.

My second card has a brayered background using Tim Holtz Broken China and Lipstick Red onto gloss cardstock, with a bit of paper tearing to create the hills and clouds. The main image is JudiKins 2815H and the writing down the side is just a section of JudiKins 2201J - this is a massive stamp and fantastic for creating an entire background. I added some foiling to the bonsai to add some shine and interest.

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards,Brenda!Gorgeous colours and lovely details!The lace is beautiful and the butterflies ;)
    Have a great Monday:)

    Hugs,Kari:)

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  2. beautiful cards!!..love the brayer background and the new images...

    Mandy xx

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  3. Beautiful cards but the first one is my fave, she is so sweet and love the butterflies.
    luv
    Debby

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  4. These are fabulous Brenda - I'll be watching out for them on the show!

    Love Lynda xxx

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  5. wow these are gorgeous! Love the oriental feel!! Love the cute little image on the 1st card and the gorgeous bright colours! the 2nd one is so elegant!! Hugs Juls

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  6. Adorable. Brings back memories of living in Japan! hugs, eileen

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  7. I love both cards, the image (judikins)japanese girl is so cute and looks great to work with. I love the oriental look.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  8. Teo great cards Brenda. Of course, the brayered one has to be my favourite.The colours are gorgeous.
    Beryl xx

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  9. Both beautful! The tree one especially!

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