Friday, 3 February 2017



Hi There!

All wrapped and warm?
Pretty chilly here..........

A little gentle crafting might
just help to get the blood

Here's Angela Radford with
one stamp and lots of buildings:

 Started by stamping the Carabelle London buildings stamp 
on the right hand side of a kraft card blank.

Next I stamped the buildings on the left side with
a second generation application 
and the London sign along the top of the card, 
then started highlighting the building with a white pen.

As I couldn't decide on the colour for the focal image at this stage, 
I stamped the building several times onto different coloured 
left-over sprayed card and embossed them.

 Now I stamped the buildings again, 
this time onto white card and heat embossed it. 

These are great stamps with very clear images as I'm sure you will agree.

Now cut out sections from the stamped images on the coloured card, 
more than one if you are feeling adventurous. 

Attach the coloured pieces to the main stamped image 
on the white card and then cut out mats from your chosen card
 and layer these together.

 I also stamped a sentiment on the bottom right.

And here we have the finished card! 
All mounted up and some matching gems from my stash 
to complete the design.

Happy crafting, Angela xXx


Fabulous card Angela; thank you
very much for the inspiration

I will have to get that stamp
I couldn't make up my mind which
town I wanted...........
but now I know I have to have
at least London and Paris......

'Till tomorrow

Mickie xx


  1. Stunning card Angela, interesting how different the 3 cards are using the same London stamp. Have a good weekend X

    1. You're so right. It's great to see what other people do with the stamps, so many brilliant ideas. Happy crafting, Angela xXx

  2. Replies
    1. Thank you so much. Have a lovely crafty weekend, Angela xxx

  3. Such a fabulous stamp Angela and I love the layering you did, it must give the card a lovely dimensional feel. Beautiful! xx

    1. Thanks for your lovely comment Anne, so pleased you like it xXx

  4. Fabulous card and what a wonderful stamp, love this technique Angela, thanks so much for sharing it! Deb xo

    1. Hi Deb, so pleased you like it. These stamps have really clear images which is why I like them so much. Happy crafting, Angela xXx


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