I hope you have had a good Saturday.
Okay, so this one really threw me! I had to go and get the stamp and the mask and try and work it out.
This is what I think Susan has done – Susan, if you are reading this blog, please correct me or tell me how you did it!
Take a page out of an old book (check that it does not contain any rude words!) and trim back to a 12cm x 12cm square.
Take some low tack tape and cover up the part of the stamp as shown in red below:
Remove the low tack tape and stamp onto the book page.
2 options, you can either cut the mask that comes with the stamp, or create your own using a post-it note.
Personally, I would create a mask using a post-it note.
You then cut away the part of the mask as shown in red below:
Leave the shoe mask in place and create a mask for Alice using a post-it note and cover her up.
Make sure that your Shoe stamp is clean and then ink up the part as shown in red below:
Then stamp into place!
The art of transparent stamping and being able to see through the stamp should make this easy to do!!!!
If it is slightly off – as Barbara would say, “don’t try and go over it, get over it!”
A black Micron pen can fix it an imperfections.
Cover the shoe with the complete mask and stamp the Allium using the same ink pad.
Remove all of the masks.
Take the outer part of the shoe mask and place around the shoe. Cover up any exposed parts with post-it notes.
Ink, blot, plot the Allium into the shoe to add a pattern.
Remove all the masks and add colour using Perga Liners.
Use a black permanent pen to add a border around all sides and mount onto a piece of backing paper.
Susan has created her own using the Gel Press plate.
Sorry, I am NOT going to attempt to work out how that has been created!!!!!
So today’s addition to the 20% Blog Offers are:
All of the 20% Blog Offers will end on Monday!
At this point, I will be joining you all on the naughty step!
Join me tomorrow, where I will guide you through a beautiful step-by-step
created by Linda Williams using her new 123 plates from Linda Williams.