Friday, June 19, 2015

Twine stamping #2

Hey all, I am back with the twine stamping, I told you that i will be experimenting with this. I used a circle shape this time on a double sided tape, simply added the string as a circle and inked up and did the stamping.
I used the Rangers Distress inks - ripe permission for the twine stamping, and I had used some leaves from WPlus Designs - embroidered bouquet in crushed olives, and some french knots in peacock feathers ink.
I added a die cut butterfly, inked this up in blue and black pigment ink. The sentiment is also from the WPlusDesigns set.

A picture of my twine wrapped on the double sided tape.

Linking this with:

Simon says Wednesday Challenge
I recently came up with this stamping technique and I love it.


Fusion Card Challenge
I am going with both the picture as well as the sketch, just flipped it upside down.

Addicted to CAS
I know there is no white space here, but the background is pretty plain, so trying to push through ;)

Throwback Thursdays
I really like how the background was created here, so used something with my spin on it.

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!


  1. Your experiments with the twine are really turning out to be gorgeous, Rahmat! Love the look of it

  2. Who would have thought twine could create such a mgic...lovely card Rahmat! :)
    Suchi xx

  3. Wow Rahmat!! That was very creative to use twine like that. And the outcome is amazing too. Beautiful card. :)

  4. What a great idea, Rahmat, and I love how your card turned out! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  5. What an interesting technique, Rahmat! Love that background and the pretty blue butterfly! Thanks for sharing it with us at ATCAS!

  6. How fun is this?! I just love the idea, Rahmat, and love your card!! Hugs, Darnell

  7. what a fun 'stamp' you created with the twine - your background is just lovely! thanks for joining us in the Fusion Challenge Rahmat! Julia xx