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Steampunk Stamping!

Altered Pages has some beautiful deeply etched red rubber stamps including this collage Steampunk Female Unmounted Stamp!  The image is pristine.  If you love Steampunk like me you will love this stamp!!!

The image is stamped on the back of one of the pattern papers in the Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells 6x6 paper pads. Mounted on brown cardstock, a piece of ribbon is tied around and then mounted on a pink A2 card. Add a key and Dew Drop and you have a quick, simple and beautiful card.

Pink A2 card base
Black ink
Dew Drop on key
Key Graphic 45
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  1. I love the simple beauty of this card

  2. you're the best! this is so charming - simple and clean and clear and VERY steampunk!

  3. Wonderful! I love your steampunk Lady!
    So many pages and blogs to discover by you! I am glad to see all this Glamour.
    Thank you for visiting my blog :) and greetings

  4. Love it Lyneen, you allowed the image to be the focal point without too much fuss.

    1. Thanks Jean, there was a lot going on in the image and I hated to take away from the beauty of the stamp!


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