Good afternoon. I have had a bit of a play with Chocolate Baroque scene building stamps. I hope that you like my imaginary scene.
- Punky Expressions, Townhouses and Landscape Edges stamp sets
- 10cm square card blank, white stamping card, black card, scrap copy paper
- Inkpads: Versamark and Versafine (Onyx Black)
- Heat embossing powder (silver)
- Sparkle pens (pink, orange, burgundy)
- Fine tipped pen (black)
- Glitter Glue (silver)
- Gilding wax (silver)
- Zig 2 way glue
- Organza ribbon (pink)
- Header and Strip Dies (Tonic and Crafters Companion)
How it was done:
The tree and building were stamped onto scrap paper and cut out to create masks. A few dots of zig glue were applied to the backs and left to dry (to create a tacky removable surface to hold masks in place while stamping). These masks can be re-used so I keep them in my stash for future projects.
The images were stamped with Versamark and embossed with silver powder. Silver powder was also applied around the edges. The images were then roughly coloured with sparkle pens.
The image was then spritzed with water and wet ink blown around using a straw. Some shading was added with the burgundy pen.
Masks were applied over the tree and building, then the tree line stamped with Versafine ink. The sentiment was also stamped with Versafine, cut out and coloured.
The fine tipped pen was used to draw in extra detail.
Black card was die cut and embossed to give texture. This was trimmed to create the frame. Gilding wax was lightly rubbed over the surface to pick up the texture. Die cuts and scene topper were then glued to the card front. Finished with ribbons and glitter glue.