Spring Release Sneak Peek

May 8, 2012

So excited about the new stamp sets for Antiquated Collection that will be released with Pink Persimmon on the 11th! These cute little dolls are part of a larger stamp set which is ADORABLE!!! Only one doll stamp is included in the set, I just double stamped the image for this piece. The top image shows the images stamped using Jet Black Archival Ink onto a square Maya Road Foundations Chipboard piece that I covered with vintage ledger paper. You can leave the Foundations square stamped as is and cover it with Glossy Accents or color it as shown in the photo below.

Just so you know, this stamped Foundations piece showcases two new stamp sets. Not only is the doll stamp new but also the border around the square. The border is part of another stamp set as well and I have a feeling you card makers are going to LOVE this new stamp set.

To finish my Foundations square I painted in the dolls dresses, hats and shoes using Perfect Pearls and a Water brush as well as the leaves along the border. I then inked all around the Foundations square using Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I stamped the word Darling, which is part of a third new stamp set using Jet Black Archival Ink. The hats, dresses and shoes are accented with Diamond Stickles. Once the Stickles dried I covered the entire Foundations square using Glossy Accents.

Now you have the perfect accent for a card, scrapbook page, mini album, magnet, pin for mom etc. This is such a fun way to bring a little creativity to a very busy day.

Products Used can be found at these following LinksMaya Road Foundations, Tim Holtz Detailer Water BrushPerfect Pearls Powders, Jet Black Archival InkBlending ToolVintage Photo Distress Ink, Diamond Stickles, Glossy Accents, Collage Glue Stick

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  • Theresa G.

    OOOH!!  This doll stamp is adorable!  I can’t wait to see the WHOLE set!  YIPPEE!!

  • Paulasilvernailboudreaux

    Ohh! I love this stamp! I will have to stop by Pink Persimmon and check them out!

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