Sunday, February 26, 2012

Quietfire meets Luminarte meets Gelli Arts meets Me!

I made a batch of thank-you cards the other day, using pieces of prints I had made with my gel printing plate from Gelli Arts.






"A bit of fragrance always clings to the hand that gives you roses" is a calligraphy stamp from Quietfire Design in Canada, and the "Thank you!" is a stamp I made 12 yrs ago when I designed stamps for My Heart Stamps For You in Colorado.





Close-up of another card I made that day:


Background paper is printed with Silks acrylic glaze from Luminarte, using the gel printing plate from Gelli Arts. This paint has such a stunning shimmer!



Another close-up:


If you think you can see a rose stamped behind the sentiments, you're absolutely right!




And last, but not least, I'm proud to send you over to Quietfire's blog to see the cards Suzanne made using MY stamps! (As I write this, there are two different cards in two different posts: One here and the other is here)


Resources:

Quietfire Design, home of calligraphy sentiment stamps (and much more!): http://www.quietfiredesign.ca

Silks acrylic glaze from Luminarte:
http://www.dreamingcolor.com

Click here to read a previous post where I introduce the gel printing plate.
To find out more about the gel printing plate, here's Gelli Arts' website:
http://www.gelliarts.com


Thanks for stamping by!

:-) Bibi

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