Chocolate Baroque has launched two new fabulous rubber stamp sets this month - Indian Textiles and Indian Elephant. We're having so much fun creating with these gorgeous designs that inspire the use of vibrant colours & lots of bling!
Today I'm showing two cards that feature the Peacock image.
I created the background with Orange Dylusions ink and also blended Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink over a TCW Mini Solace Stencil. The background images are from Indian Elephant which are stamped with black Stazon Ink. I bleached the colour from the images & painted with my Tombow markers using a brush & water. I also highlighted with a white Gellyroll pen.
I painted the Peacock from Indian Textiles with my Tombow markers, cut him out and attached as shown. I used Spellbinder Majestic Elements S4-383 for the die cuts. I added glitter, rhinestones & liquid pearls for accents.
This second design while still vibrant is more subdued in colour.
I used Peacock Feathers (Turquoise) Distress Ink with an Acrylic block for the background. I stamped the decorative textile image from Indian Textiles and a flower from Indian Elephant with black ink. I coloured the flowers with my Prisma pencils and painted the peacock with Tombow markers. I used gold UTEE around the edge. Next, lots of bling & feathers are added!
Here is a look at the two rubber A5 stamp sets that give you so many possibilities and are on an introductory offer for the month of April.
|Indian Elephant Indian Textiles|
Please visit the Design Team Blog if you would like to see fabulous designs by my talented teammates using these stamps.