Saturday, 24 November 2012

Clarity Ballerina Card

I really like the card I did in this style with the Meadow Dance stamps, so I thought I'd have another go with the Clarity Ballerina. It's a bit of an unusual choice but I was pleased with how it turned out.

I think that with cards like this getting a nice shape of hill is the key. I'm not that great at tearing them though.  For this card I used a new trick.  I worked out where I wanted the hill to go to fit in with the moon and the ballerina and drew the shape on a piece of copy paper. I was then able to follow this guide with the ruler when I did the tearing. I found it a lot easier to get a good shape than tearing it 'freehand'.

The brayering and sponging was all done with various shades of Adirondack ink. All of the stamps in the main image are Clarity, apart from the Vine and Stars which are by Lavinia. The Birthday Wishes stamp is from Chocolate Baroque.

It's all finished off with some holographic glitter.



  1. Ooowww this is lovely.. Loving the layout and stamps... Brilliant brayering...

  2. This is a very pretty, feminine card. Love it.

  3. This is stunning Lynne :) hugs x

  4. Oh This is beautiful Lynne love everything about. Mmm I think i might have a smaller version of that stamp that was a ndc ages ago i will have to have a look if i have it hasn't been used for ages.

    Fantastic brayering its a really gorgeous card
    Linda xx

  5. Absolutely stunning. You are so talented Lynne. Have several Lavinia stamps, must really have a go

  6. Absolutely Stunning Lynne, love everything about it. Hugs. X


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