Hello everyone – it’s a lovely day today here in Leeds. I have been for a walk and now it is time to do my blog post as I have a busy week ahead!
This project is for the Challenge over at IndigoBlu – A touch of Red.
Using post box red I made a background by laying the paint on my glass mat adding water and then laying my white card on top. I glued this on to some grey board and then mixed course texture paste with some post box red and randomly applied this through IndigoBlu texture stencil. I also used IndigoBlu harlequin stamp on the sides.
Using Jane I stamped with black stazon onto a tissue and used slapiton to place it on my background. I shaded her eyelids and lips and gave her some earrings. I made a window frame using a sizzix die and heat emblossed in gold and also red.
I die cut some flourishes and leaves, also a bird to finish my project.
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Hi everyone, today I would like to share a project I made using distress inks, spectrum noir pencils, acrylic paint, IndigoBlu poppy border stencil, texture stencil and nature stamps.
I prepared a background using some sprays I made up from Cottage acrylic paint in various colours and randomly sprayed over some white card. I then applied white acrylic paint to the poppy border stencil then I sprayed over it randomly with my acrylic paint sprays, flipped it over and using a brayer took a print from the stencil. Using spectrum noir pencils I shaded and enhanced the colour of the print. When dry I over stamped with distress inks and the nature stamps. Using the texture stencil I sponged white acrylic paint through the pattern. I stamped and cut individual words from the Nature 1 set and applied some distress, then coloured the edges before adhering on to the artwork. I also coloured the edges of the design before mounting it on to white card.
I would like to enter this project in the following challenges:
IndigoBlu Challenge January 2016 – Anything Goes!
Country View Crafts February – Make your own background
That Craft Place February – Anything Goes
This months theme at Clarity Stamp is Love so I thought I would try some altered heart in the shape of a heart in the traditional red.
First of all I sealed the mdf with white gesso and when dry, painted a coat of dark coloured acrylic paint, a layer of glue then when almost dry a top coat of cream acrylic paint and left it to crackle.I really like this effect.
I did a bit of spraying with red diluted acrylic paint and let it dry. Using the Clarity wild grasses stencil I spread some coarse texture paste over it trying to get single grasses so I could build up my picture instead of using the stencil as a whole. I used the bubble stencil in a couple of places using red acrylic paint, flicked some red paint (shielding the grasses) and randomly adhered some beads. I also painted the side of the heart in red. As I didn’t have a love word stamp I die-cut some letters in white card and placed them at the top of the heart. Finally I pulled some satin ribbon through the hole at the top of the heart so I could hang it and attached a clarity butterfly which I had stamped on shrink plastic .
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Today I finished a birthday card to enter into Challenge 35 at Clarity Stamp – Say it with Flowers.
Resources: Petals and stripes stencils, Shepherds Purse and butterfly stamps. Texture paste, shaving foam, archival ink, black embossing powder, distress inks and aquamarkers.
Today I would like to share a card I have made for the Clarity Stamp Challenge No. 34 – A Christmas Story.
I used Clarity card and alcohol inks to create the background and when dry ran it through the E Bosser with the Clarity snowflake stencil.
The snowflakes were sanded down and white gesso applied with some stickles in the centre of each. With the rooftops mask I created the buildings and then added some snow to the rooftops. Using Clarity stamps I stamped father christmas in his sleigh and Peace on Earth, flicked diluted white gesso over the whole background to create snowflakes, cut out a 25 and finally applied white gesso all around the edges.
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It such a long time since I have had time to share a post and enter a challenge, so here goes!
I wish to enter the above card in Challenge 34 over at http://indigoblublogchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ – Winter Blues.
I created the scene on the front of a card using IndigoBlu buildings stamp from the Snow Glob set and then cut out an arch with Tim Holtz Movers and Shapers Arches to create a frame.
I coloured the edges of the frame with distress ink to match the card front and using vodka martini metallic paint I stamped Noel and the snow flakes from the Seasons Greeting set. I edged the frame with vodka martini paint and adhered it to some snow covered acetate and then onto the card front. I finished off with a white bow.
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Challenge 32 over at IndigoBlu is Autumn Days which conjures up lovely warm colours.
In my entry I have used some watercolour card washed over with water which I then painted over with Bonfire, Banana Custard and Orange. I then sprinkled a few grains of rice and placed wet clingfilm over it scrunching it up as I wrapped the card up.
Once dry I stamped up using Stag Cliffhanger, Nature 1 and an IndigoBlu clear stamp set given free with a stamping magazine. I used flitterglu to edge the card and applied some chocolate box gilding flake.
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