Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Canvas Board with Elizabeth Bennett Indigo Blu Stamp
I'm still in love with this gorgeous Elizabeth Bennett stamp by Indigo Blu which my kind friend Pauline bought for me. I was talking about her to my good friend, Carol, aka Ginger, and she said she was going to indulge too, and suggested we did a linked blog post! So here we go! Here's Carol's, don't know what she has made except it is bound to be sublime!
I have used a simple postcard sized canvas board with fresco finish paints and made the stamp the main focus. When I fancied the stamp I had in mind that it would go with the Jane Austen set from Artistic Outpost so I have used the quote bottom right, 'To sit in the shade .....'. I also used the background script stamp by Indigo Blu all around the image. It was a little strong so I used a baby wipe to knock it back. It gave a sort of gessoed effect which I really liked.
Thank you very much, Carol, for linking in to my post. Looking forward to seeing what you have made when this goes live!
Posted by Lucy Edmondson at 09:00
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I love this lucy, I have been waiting for it to go live so I could see what you had made. I do really like this stamp. I can see it becoming on of my favourites. Thank you for doing a linked post. XReplyDelete
Oh this is just gorgeous - what a fantastic stamp and your colouring is just perfectReplyDelete
I love that yellow for a background! Beautiful coloring on that gorgeous AO image! I do believe you are having a day of sunshine! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Lovely colours and a gorgeous image.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Lucy, lovely colour work. Chris xxxReplyDelete
Hi followed the link on Carols blog to find yours, love what you have done with this Elizabeth Bennett stamp. Great blogReplyDelete
Love your newest follower Amanda x
This is a stunner!ReplyDelete
That is a lovely stamp and I like what you've done with it.ReplyDelete
Wow! That's a wonderful treatment of this stamp (she seems to be everywhere at the moment - not that I object, she's gorgeous!). I love the golden summer glow surrounding her, and the quote is delicious!ReplyDelete
lovely canvas using a super stamp.ReplyDelete
Very pretty efect with the muted colours, lovely canvas!ReplyDelete
Hi Lucy this is so beautiful I have seen this stamp before and have it on my wishlist she is a real stunner, I love the way you have coloured her a superb creation.ReplyDelete