Just a note – Jane’s Doodles

Posted by on October 29, 2015 in Clean and Simple, Flowers, Hero Arts, Jane's Doodles, Stamping | 5 comments

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Hello. Today I have two cards up on the Jane’s Doodles blog using three of her stamp sets – Doodle Flowers, Doodle Flowers II and Stripes and Dots. I created the backgrounds on both of these cards using the stripe stamps from the Stripes and Dots set and three shades of dye ink. I overlapped the stamping and double stamped some of the stripes to create the background. I love how the inks blended together and it looks as though I have used more than 3 colours on each card.

JD Just a note | Marion Vagg

Once the backgrounds had dried completely, I stamped various floral images from the Doodle flowers sets with VersaFine Onyx black ink, then added in some white gel pen detailing. I think I like the blue/green one. Which one do you like best?

JD Just a note 2| Marion Vagg


Stamps: Jane’s Doodles Doodle Flowers stamp set, Jane’s Doodles Doodle Flowers II stamp set, Jane’s Doodles Stripes and Dots stamp set

Card: X-Press It blending card

Ink: VersaFine – Onyx black ink, Hero Arts ink – Pool, Tide and Green Hills (Blue/green card), Butter Bar, Pale Tomato and Bubblegum (Pink/yellow card)

Other Supplies: Uniball Signo gel pen – white, Copic Multi liner

Thanks for stopping by,



  1. I love how you did the background. As always, anything with the combo of blue and green will always be my fave. 🙂

  2. While both are pretty, I favor the blue/green one as well! Nice cards…

  3. Stunning! Amazing backgrounds! The flowers look so amazing!! The white pen detailing looks so good!!

  4. i love them both, you chose well with your colours. But if I had to pick one I would go with the second, I love pinks, lemons, oranges. Beautiful cards and clever way to use the ink.

  5. Totally clever and totally fun Marion!

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