For Christmas I gave my parents and my auntie a calendar I had made with a postcard sized piece of art on each month… so today I am sharing their July artwork.
I wanted to use this fab rainbow stencil with black embossing paste to create a funky panel.
Once it was dry I added the colour using stampin up inks and a waterbrush and made sure I also splattered each colour on too.
I finished with some doodling and the month stamp white heat embossed onto black cardstock.
Love this stencil… makes such a funky rainbow!
Hello! Have another set of coins to share today where I used the time theme.
This time some distress ink backgrounds which I then added some glass bead gel through a stencil. I then added the stamped image and then added a stamped word.
Some fun dimension for these.
Here is the tag I made for this month’s swap at UK stampers forum.
I started with a gelli printed tag and added tissue wrap and then leftover bits from the gelli printed ATCs I made last month.
This made a colourful and patterned start!
I added some definition using Inktense pencils and a stamped image from Jofy which I embossed.
I then added colour into the image using the Inktense pencils.
I stamped the butterflies onto thick cardstock and watercoloured them using the Inktense pencils.
Next I added the butterflies onto the tag and added Wink of Stella to them to make them shimmer.
I added more white using a gel pen and white embossing for the sentiment.
Added some white ribbon and that’s the tag done.
A few days ago I shared a card for the Back to Basics and Beyond challenge blog where the challenge is to use a Spray.
Well once my hands were stained from one lot of Dylusions ink I might as well make another card!
This time I used the reds and pinks and yellows (it also had a little of the teal it picked up from a stencil!).
This time I used water to ghost the ink and create a subtle pattern in the background.
I then did some stamping using the Gummiapan text stamp, the Timeless Textures, the Be Crafty Banksy inspired stamp and some Alpaca Pals text stamps.
You can’t see it too well on the picture but I also sprayed the resist spray and added some embossing powder to it on one side through a stencil. It didn’t work out well but it adds some fun texture regardless.
I added lots of marks using black and white pens and I love this urban graphic themed card.
Today’s blog is a design team contribution that I made at the very last minute and still have stained hands as a result.
The challenge at Back to Basics and Beyond is to Use a Spray and I’ve used my good but very messy Dylusions sprays!
So I started with a piece of card and a stencil and some cool colours of inks…
And I have no control using Dylusions so this saturated the card, bled under the stencil, and made the desk very messy!
But still a cool effect once dry. I did also try a little imprint of the stencil using the excess ink which was fun.
Next I used the white Dylusions ink and a different stencil.
This again puddles ink a little but some areas the circles were more defined.
I then added more yellow ink using a circle aperture to make it only in the centre.
I dried the cardstock and trimmed it down to become a card topper and then started stamping and doodling to create this card.
I used stanps from Alpaca Pals and a Tim Holtz die to finish off.
Love how this looks.
The variance in colour in the background and the subtle patterns are really cool.
Hope you like my experiment with sprays. Please grab your own sprays and join us on the blog.