Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Peg stamps again

Now I've dug out all my old peg stamps - some of them must be over 20 years old - I've got very keen on using them again.


You have no idea how many false starts I've had at making a card for the current Less is More challenge, a one layer card with the theme Curve. Just as I was starting to make my first card, I realised it was more than one layer. I made a replacement - and realised there was nothing curved on it. The part-made cards have been set aside to complete some other time, and I finally settled on this.

I used an arch template to cut a curved mask and placed it asymmetrically on the card, then stamped various flowers and leaves using my Rubberstamp Tapestry peg stamps. I used a fine marker pen to emphasise the edge of the curve and then stamped the sentiment, a recent Making Cards mag freebie, in the "dip" of the curve.

I am also sharing this with Use Your Stuff - Flowers

17 comments:

  1. Fabulous job with those peg stamps. I'm not sure I could make a one layer card they are so hard.

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  2. A super pretty design and equally pretty colours here Jane. Great take on our curve challenge with those added dash lines too. Thanks for playing along at Less is More this week.

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  3. Great minds think alike! I've dug mine out too - maybe I will join you in this challenge as my first effort was not one layer doh! A very pretty card and beautifully CAS.

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  4. Very pretty Jane. I've never had much success with my peg stamps, maybe it's time to try again.

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  5. Super card Jane - time to dig my peg stamps out I think. You could have started a 'comeback' :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  6. A super idea for a curve on your card. The peg stamps look lovely. I've several sets that should be brought out. A super one layer card Jane. Barbxx

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  7. Great idea to use your peg stamps within your curved area. A lovely mix of colours too.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More this week, Anita x

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  8. Beautiful CAS card Jane ! I love the pattern you make with your rubberstamp and the colours you chose are so pretty ! Ideal for spring ! Thanks for sharing and for inspiring.

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  9. I love the flowers you created...you'd never know they weren't all one stamp. Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff
    Lyne - Guest Designer
    For scrapbook inspiration follow me at Lynn’s Everyday Ideas

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  10. This is lovely, Jane! Such a pretty design with the delicate flowers in pinks and purples, and the stitched line giving a fantastic border. Beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

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  11. This is just so pretty! Love the colours you've used. Cara x

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  12. I've had many a false start too, or, I make a fab card for the theme .. and then realise it's not one layer! Your card is fab so, well done on persevering

    Kathyk

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  13. I really love the CAS look of this card! It's so pretty! Thanks for joining in on our flower challenge at Use Your Stuff and please continue to play along with us each week as we love to see your work!
    Tammy DT co-ordinator

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  14. Such a pretty card! Love it! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  15. Love the curve and pretty stamped flowers. Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff.

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  16. A very pretty card. Nice design and I love the flowers, such pretty colours

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