I’m excited because today I’m the featured cardmaker on the Operation Write Home Stars & Stamps Blog! Every Friday they select a different card-inclined person and show some of the cards they have made that have been shipped to the troops. It is always fun to see the different cardmaking styles and techniques we have in our community. I hope to share a card here later tonight, but I have to work late so I’m not sure if it will really happen! Thanks for stopping by.
December 9, 2011
OWH – Featured Cardmaker
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Latest on InstagramToday is not actually Day 16 of the of the @gelliarts March Gel Printing Challenge, but that’s where I am with the prompts! My catching up will take a few days (I really like this challenge, so I hope I can do it!). The prompt for Day 16 is Layers. This print consists of 4 layers and if you swipe through the carousel of photos, you can see the reverse order of the layers. I used the same stencil for each color but moved it around for some added interest and used ghost prints for some of the layers. It is such a kick to build layers and see where a print might go!Today is not actually Day 15 of the of the @gelliarts March Gel Printing Challenge, but that’s where I am with the prompts! My catching up will take a few days (I really like this challenge, so I hope I can do it!). The prompt for Day 15 is Black and White. I created this print by getting an impression in the ink on my plate with a paper towel/kitchen roll. If you swipe to the second one, it is one of the Helleborus prints from yesterday’s semi-fail—but it *is* black and white!Today is not actually Day 14 of the @gelliarts March Gel Printing Challenge. My catching up will take a few days (I really like this challenge, so I hope I can do it!). The prompt for Day 14 is Flowers. I really enjoy making botanical prints with plants I encounter. I must admit it is challenging to find a flower in our yard right now! But this Helleborus is always the first thing to bloom. I had little time to print and wasn’t enamored with these prints, but they were still fun to do. Scroll to the second photo to see the plant.
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