Guest Design - Go Wild!

March 29, 2017

Hi, Edith here! I feel very honored to be invited as a guest-designer for Gerda Steiner Designs. The new Stamp Set is so lovely and versatile.


I have colored the images and the shadow with Copic Markers. As background I used a Design Paper and the blades of grass are die cutted. The Sentiments are stamped with Memento Dew-Drop Chalk Ink. For positioning I used my MISTI Stamping Tool. And finally I added some glossy accents to the eyes of the elephant and the field glasses.

I hope you like my design and Gerda's new Stamp Set!

Edith / https://ediths-kreativer-output.blogspot.co.at


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