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Monday, September 30, 2013

Say wit stamps - postcard coloured with Twinkling H20s

SAY WITH STAMPS - this is the new challenge at Simon Says Stamp!

I used a flower stamp from Flourishes Stamps and I coloured the flowers and the background with Twinkling H20s and Primary Elements (powder pigments) from Luminarte.

In real life this postcard is super-shimmery! I used a pre-printed watercolour postcard from Fabriano.

I added a sentiment to thank a friend.


Friday, September 27, 2013

Time tag with cogs and watch parts


I made a tag with watch parts, cogs and an embossing folder from X-cut. I also used some corrugated cardstock on the top of the tag.
I used distress inks and distress crackle paint to color the tag.
I am going to submit this tag to the Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Wedding card

I have a card I was commissioned for a wedding.
I made some paper flowers, I coloured them with Luminarte Primary Elements. Then I stamped them with many different stamps from Hero Arts and Waltzingmouse Stamps.
The leaves are from the Funky Flower set from Waltzingmouse Stamps.

I am going to submit this card to the Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge.



Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Celebrate STAMPtember at Simon Says Stamps

I created a tag with Darkroom stamps (kimono volume II)  and Ranger Specialty cardstock, Distress Inks and Distress Markers that can be found on the Simon Says Stamp store.

 

I coloured the background with Distress Inks, I created a mask for the pink circle. I coloured the geisha and the flowers with Distress Markers. 
The water spots are created by spritzing water on the Ranger Specialty cardstock. I applied glossy accents on the geisha image and on the sentiment. Since the fan is much larger than the geisha hands, I stamped it on shrink plastic and it became the right size for the geisha's hand.

Sunday, September 15, 2013

doodling on the plane

I sketched this while I was flying from Rome to Helsinki.
I started sketching on a watercoloured background I had made with Winsor and Newton watercolours.
The images I sketched on the page were inspired by a page I saw on the Zenspiration book by Joanne Fink.
I coloured the sketches with Dylusions Spray inks. I used a paintbrush instead of using a spray bottle.

Then, I used some stencils and I partially removed the watercolour with a Magic sponge.



Thursday, September 12, 2013

Embossed Geisha

I clear embossed a geisha stamp from Darkroom Stamps.
I used Distress Ink for the pink circle and the brown background. After stamping the geisha I used a versamark pen to fill it with embossing ink, then I embossed it with clear embossing powder.

I created the border with "punch around the page" border punch from Martha's Stewart.


Saturday, September 7, 2013

Butterfly tag

In this tag I used my favourite butterfly stamps and my favourite background.
First, I coloured a piece of glossy cardstock with alcohol inks. Then, I stamps the Papillon background from Tim Holtz/Stampers Anonymous.
The butterflies are from a Hero Art stamp set called Antique Engravers.

I coloured the butterflies with Copic markers.

I am submitting this tag to the Animal Antics challenge from Simon Says Stamp.


Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Stamping all-stars: new Simon Says Stamp Challenge

This week, for the stamping all-stars Simon Says Stamp challenge I have a card stamped with my favourite flower stamps (Papertrey - Rosie Posie stamp set and dies).
It is one of my most used Papertrey stamp sets.

To create a frame around the circle, I used a border die from Papertrey Ink and I cut it in many pieces. Then, I arranged all the pieces around a circle cut with Nestabilities. The stamp I used on the circle is from Waltzingmouse Stamps.

The Ikat background is from Avery Elle.


Sunday, September 1, 2013

Simon Says Stamp Challenge: Paperartsy - JOFY stamps


Anything goes for the new Simon Says Stamps  Wednesday Challenge.
I used my new Paperartsy JOFY12 stamps.



I stamped the flowers and leaves on different pieces of  white cardstock coloured with inkpads (direct on paper technique).

I coloured the background with Luminarte Cool Waters Primary Elements.