Another 2 weeks have flown by which means that it's time for a new challenge theme for our fortnightly challenge over at That's Crafty Challenge blog.
Our theme for the next 2 weeks is
We are looking for pieces where text is the main or a large part of your project.
I have created an art journal page
I have completed a page in my Dylusions 8" x 8" art journal and have used loads of different paints on top of a page that had originally had been used to clean off my brayer from previous makes. Unusually for me there is no stamping everything has been stencilled. Main focal stencils are Donna Downey but the background includes various brands including some of That's Craft Dinky stencils and Dylusions Stencils. I had great fun with this one as it has been splodged and splattered till I was happy.
The rest of the design team have made, as usual, some fabulous pieces to inspire you.
We would love it if you joined in with us this fortnight and don't forget one randomly chosen entry will win £20 to spend online at That's Crafty.
So what are you waiting for come along and join in HERE
We all love playing with new stamps, and nobody more than me, but I am attempting to go through some of my older collections and blow the dust off them. This time I am playing with some of the Zettiology stamps of Teesha Moore. I remember seeing some of her stamps and then having the mission of tracking them down, to me that is sometimes the fun. Needless to say the collection I have came from the U.S. and I waited so long for them I will never give up my collection so the least I thought I should do was give some of them an inking. I have created a tri-fold ATC card with them.
I cut ATC's from mixed media card and then covered each ATC with torn up, gelli printed deli papers, using the deli papers or tissue paper allows the patten below to show through creating some lovely patterns. I then stamped the images onto thick white paper and lightly coloured with pencils and then added to the ATC's. For some additional detail I have added some machine stitching. Sentiment is from Stampotique.
My heart comes from one of the latest stamps from Andy Skinner from Stampendous. This is the reverse side of a piece using one of That's Crafty large MDF Tag stands I posted several weeks ago, the other side you can see HERE.
I have used Decoart media fluid paints and all stamps and stencils are all designed by Andy Skinner. The details of how I created the background can be found in the earlier post (link above).
As you can see I haven't gone the romantic route with my inspiration.
We would love to see how you interpret our theme with your heart projects so why not come and play along with us to be in with a chance to be the lucky winner of a £20 gift voucher to spend online at That's Crafty.
For more inspiration from my talented team mates and to join in just pop over and join us HERE
As it's Tuesday just a quick post to let you know that I am over at That's Crafty blog today. I have been playing with one of the new Laurel Burch Stamps from Stampendous. This latest range of stamps from Stampendous are brilliant and allow you to recreate Laurels iconic art.
I hope you'll pop over HERE to check out all the details of my latest make.
Following yesterdays post I had to have another play with the fabulous Buddha stamp from Inkylicious. So here is another make.
I used a background from my stash that I had made using the shaving foam technique and Dylusions sprays. Stamped the image with archival and masked off. Stencilled the background this time using archival ink as the gaps were only thin and didn't want any paint to seep under. Then stencilled the words using one of Tim's stencils and Dylusions paints that matched the colours that I used on the shaving foam. Sentiment is from Altenew.
Hope you are all having a fabulous weekend and thanks for stopping by
I have for ages wanted a decent sized Buddha stamp and found one by Inkylicious which is just over 5 inches in size, it arrived today and I had to play!
Background was created using Dylusions sprays using the cling film technique. I then stamped the Buddha and then again onto scrap paper that I then cut out to use as a mask.
I masked the Buddha off and stamped the text stamp (Stampotique) over the background. Over that, keeping the mask in place, I then stencilled over using black Dylusions paint and a round blending tool. Into some of the circle spaces I stamped the grid circles (Stampendous).
Finished off with a Tim Holtz adhesive chit chat saying.
I would also like to enter this into the current Pink & Orange challenge over at Paperartsy blog HERE
and Craft Stampers 'Take it, Make it' challenge for February - Anything Goes Stamping Challenge HERE