Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Stencil cards

Hello friends, welcome back!! I have never posted back to back but this time I am surprising myself. This would be third consecutive day for my post!

Today I played along with my stencil and I loved it! First one came out so well that I made another one as well.

Here we go.....

First made the background with Tim Holtz distress ink and then using stencil made the butterfly and the leaves. Added sentiment from SSS You Can Do Anything stamp set.



 This I mounted on a black card base and then on the distressed white card stock. Finished off with the twine. The black cardstock has a flap so that underneath message can be written.



Sending this for






Peek-a-Boo Designs Challenge#7 and Blog Hop (Stencil is something I have it since couple of years and the sentiment stamp is new)







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Now for the second one.

This one is again using the same stencil but different images. Distressed the background before using the stencil. Used layer of black card stock and Papericious PP. Finished off with sentiment from SSS Big Birthday Wishes set and few pearls.






Sending this to

Seize the Birthday: Anything Goes


All Sorts Challenge: Week#368- How does your garden grow showcasing the plants and the butterflies which visits the garden


Simon Says Stamp: Monday Challenge - Use Patterned Paper


Ranganjali June Challenge : Anything But Flower



Have a great day ahead!!

Monday, 20 June 2016

Card with Spotlight Technique


I usually do not post on weekday but today is an exception. I had some time in hand and made this card using spotlight technique.

First I stamped the image of the flowers from Inspired By Stamping stamp set. Then highlighted the topmost portion of the image using another piece of cardstock overlapping the underlying image.
Using a pen created faux stitching on both the highlighted panel and the base cardstock.
Background is created using ghosting technique with versamark resist. Those little hearts are from SSS Heartfelt Notes set. Coloring is done by Tim Holtz distress ink and sentiment is from Mudra stamps using Memento tuxedo black ink.

Mounted this on a green card base.

Usually spotlight technique has highlight on a very small portion of the image and mine is almost 50% of the image still I wanted to make it this way.



A closer view


Do let me know your thoughts on my wok it helps me a lot.

Entering into following challenges:

STAMPloration June Theme and Sketch challenge Going with the sketch

Sweet Stamps Blog: June's Anything Goes Challenge



                          ********Flower Power********



Sunday, 19 June 2016

Card using Ghosting technique

Another card for the day which is using ghosting technique. I have used versamark resist for the ghosting effect.

Created the panel by stamping with versamark ink and after it dried inked with distress ink. Added border strip at one end. Sentiment is stamped on vellum.


Close up



Supplies used;
Mudra hibiscus stamp
Sentiment and border stamp from SSS You can do anything
Ink from I'm Holtz and Memento

Entering into following challenges

HLS June CAS Challenge: Ghosting



Peek-a-boo Designs Challenge#7and blog hop(Used old vellum paper and new stamp set)





Craft Stamper: Take it make it challenge - June


CAS

Hello friends....hope you are having lovely weekend. Today I am sharing some cards which I was working on this week. First is a CAS.

Used a border stamp and using masking made background. Finished off with sentiment on friendship.




Supplies used:

Mudra corner Stamp
Background and sentiment from Inspired by Stamping
Inks: Tim Holtz and Memento

Entering into following challenges:

CAS(E) this Sketch #177

STAMPloration June CAS challenge(Going with optional color twist Blue)






Monday, 6 June 2016

Watercolor card


Hey there...hope you are doing fine. Today I am sharing a watercolor card, a quick one not too complicated. First stamped the flowers and heat embossed using white embossing powder. Colored it using distress ink. For the background just played with more colors from distress ink. Finished off with the sentiment on the left corner. I had masked that part using washi tape.



 
A closer look
 


Supplies Used:
Inspired by Stamping flower stamp
Ranger white embossing powder
Simon Says Stamp sentiment
Memento Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Ink



Entering into following challenges

AAA Cards: Game#66 Watercolor



Simon Says Stamp- Wednesday challenge : Mask It

 
 
 
CASology : Week 200 CAS
 
 
 



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