Clarity Brushes on Neenah Linen and Gerda Steiner Designs

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Aloha Guys!

Today I’m creating these 2 cards made with PaperTemptress’s Neenah Classic Linen Card stocks (my favorite card stock) and Gerda Steiner Designs Brand new stamp set Lucky Duck.  This is such an adorable stamp set and there are endless possibilities on what you can create with them.  She released several Brand New stamp sets and they are ALL soooo cute!!  I can’t wait to share them with you guys.  As you know, I have many favorite card stocks depending on what I’m trying to create but the Neenah Linen card stock is always on the top of that list.  It has these fantastic unique texture like no other card stocks I’ve seen and even though it’s not a watercolor card stocks, I love using them for watercolor techniques 🙂

Today I’ve created this scenery for my little duck, peeking in the water using the Linen card stocks.  I’ve used both Clarity brushes and a blending tool to create these 2 cards.  I personally love the look that the Clarity brushes gave for this specific card stock, because you can really see al the great texture.  These brushes are one of my newest obsessions as well, lol.  I hope you like this video and create this easy scenery to use with the card stocks and this adorable stamp set.  I thank you so much for stopping by and all the supplies will be linked below for you convenience.  Thanks again 🙂

Please check out http://www.gerdasteinerdesigns.blogspot.com and http://blogs.papertemptress.com for more ideas and inspirations 🙂

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