©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter JAN15 Release. Sugar Rush.

Winnie and Walter January Release, Day 3

Hello, hello! It’s the third day of the Winnie & Walter January release, and you’re in for another treat!

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Day 3 is for the premiere of Sugar Rush, Sparkle (free with purchase of qualifying orders), Big Bang Confetti Cutaways and The Party Confetti Cutaways. The combination of text and imagery on these sets is absolutely divine! Here’s my card:

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter JAN15 Release. Sugar Rush.

I’ve used one of my favourite techniques on this one…its where you actually flip your stamp over and stamp the backside rather than the usual line art side. So, I took the cupcake image from Sugar Rush, inked up the back with various Distress Inks and stamped onto a panel of white card.

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter JAN15 Release. Sugar Rush.

I overlapped each impression before stamping the cupcake image the right way round with black ink – this creates a bit of depth and drama!

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter JAN15 Release. Sugar Rush.

The sentiment comes from a set that is being showcased tomorrow…then for the hard bit (sort of). I cut through the middles of the stamped area to give me two separate panels.

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter JAN15 Release. Sugar Rush.

These panels were foam mounted to a white card base which had a strip of gold foil cardstock adhered to it, so that it could peek through.

©Candles in the Garden. Winnie and Walter JAN15 Release. Sugar Rush.

To finish, I added some gold sequins and a few iridescent gemstones.

Don’t forget to check out the projects from Julie and Shay on the Winnie & Walter blog, along with the rest of the Winnie & Walter talent.

More details can be found here for the chance to win all of the Winnie & Walter January Release!

Thanks for stopping by 😉

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6 thoughts on “Winnie and Walter January Release, Day 3

  1. helenbrendan says:

    I love this technique! I must remember that I can use the backsides of my stamps, too. I love the dramatic color it gives the cupcake images. Nice job!!

  2. Kathy says:

    Was drawn to the rainbow of colored cupcakes…thanks for the explanation!…..Also like the effect of cutting the image and separating it with gold band showing between!

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