Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Polka-Dot Sprig by Penny Black


4304H Polka-Dot Sprig;  30-162 Eloquence
This is another of my favorite Penny Black woodblock stamps.  It is called Polka-dot Sprig.
  
I created the background by watercoloring with several colors of distress inks.  Then I stamped the image twice using VersaFine black ink.  I overstamped with Delicata Gold ink,  After carefully drying with a heat gun, I then stamped with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder.  I added the sentiment and a few sequins and used a white pen to create faux stitching.

There are some stamps that become classics and I think "element" type images are in that category.

I am having a lovely day but trying to shake off the disappointment of seeing one of my favorites get voted off "Dancing with the Stars" last night!!  I strongly felt that there were others who did not qualify to be in the finals!!  I keep telling myself it is just a tv show, but Charlie White should be in the finals!! 

Be sure to revisit some of your favorite stamps .. stamps need loving, too!


6 comments:

Lin said...

I was just playing with this a few days ago, Judy, with distress inks, too! Love how this turned out!

Barb said...

Oh, Judy, this is fabulous! I love the addition of the white embossing - such a pretty effect! ♥

Rosemary said...

love all the overstamping, judy... lovely card!

Greta said...

I was just looking at that stamp in my collection & thinking I've never inked it. This is absolutely stunning, Judy!

Dawn Turley said...

Beautiful card Judy.

alexandra s.m. said...

I love it!
The depth you were able to render is simply awesome ;)