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Hi, Sarah here.

I want to use the blog to let you know about what's going on at Inky Doodles, in my head and in the wider world of stamping and papercraft so that you too can be inspired and create something amazing!

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With the help of the wonderful Caroline Shinnie I hope to be able to show a card or project with instructions most days.

Medieval Jewel Card by Caroline Shinnie

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Stamps used

Medieval Background


Ink pads used
Memento - Tuxedo Black
Distress inks - Mowed Lawn & Peacock Feathers
For the background, use the Medieval stamp in Black Memento on white card and cut it out. Then distress the edges with Peacock feathers. Randomly colour in some parts of the stamp using Soft green, Meadow green and Denim Blue Promarkers. Stick this to a Black card blank. For the Butterflies, stamp another piece of white card with Black Memento, and then stamp the Butterfly using a clear inkpad and green embossing powder, and then cut it out. Distress the edges of the Butterflies, with Mowed Lawn and Peacock feathers, and add Jewels to decorate. To make the Butterfly bodies, make paper beads out of Medieval stamped card. Curve the wings and stick to the card using 3D silicone glue. To finish off, tie a piece of ribbon to the bottom of the card with a jewel brad in the centre.



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  1. maria clarke

    hi, caroline lovely project, thank you very much for your time in posting these wonderful cards. big hugs maria xxx

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  2. Margaret Collingwood

    Amazing card. Just love the way the background carried through onto the butterflies. Must give this a go. xx Margaret C

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