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Saturday, 9 January 2016

Introducing Lelli-bot Crafts Gothic Rose Collection

                                                                            Hi all

I am back to share some cards i made using the lovely paper craft  collections by Lelli-bot Crafts. You may have seen these kits on Create and Craft but i was lucky enough to get them for half price in the End of year event. Here is the link to the Facebook store page https://www.facebook.com/CraftyQueensUk/?fref=ts and the Lelli-bot Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LelliBotCrafts/?fref=ts.

The first collection i have a had a play with is the Gothic Rose Collection. i discovered  my dark side last summer so the non cute stuff appeals to me and i love to try out new things that challenge the norm because normal is boring.



I spritzed a blank card with purple Artiste Spritzing ink and left it to dry before stamping the floral corner stamps at opposite ends. I then Stamped the skull twice, Once onto the card and then onto card stock and cut it out. i did this so that i could layer up the skull and keep the ink speckles.


The roses i stamped onto card and cut out


Before leaving the card to dry, lift it up and let the ink run to give it a grungy look. Make sure you put some newspaper underneath otherwise you will be covered in ink.


Here is mu second card which i again inked a blank card and flicked black misting spray over it. I stamped the skull and flowers out onto card and cut them out.



I finished off the card with some adhesive pearls and ribbon flowers

Thank you for visiting and if any of you also blew all your Christmas money in the sale i would love to see what you make with your goodies. Feel free to leave a link to your blog or gallery page in the comments bellow.

8 comments:

  1. awesome, great skulls and color combinations. Love the image.

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  2. Hi Katie these are amazing cards. Hugs Jackie

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  3. Scary but quite striking. Great work Katie x

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  4. Super Katie, I love the running backing on that first one. Gorgeous colours too. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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