- Stencil – Stencil Girl Products S319 – “Scribble Blooms”
- Stamp – Hero Arts CL342 “Everyday Sayings”
- Butterflies – unknown origin
- Border punch – EK Success
- Inks – Ranger Distress Oxide inks: Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, Peeled Paint, Worn Lipstick
- Cardstock – Bazzill and BoBunny
The background for this card was made with Distress Oxide inks applied through a stencil with a sponge applicator. I spritzed the stenciled image with water. I distressed the stamped sentiment with ink as well.
This is a card for the Things with Wings Challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog. Thanks for stopping by.
- Stamps –
- Indigo Blu Limor Webber Designs – “Limor Circles”
- Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Collection – “Papillon”
- Strathmore Bristol paper
- Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Inks
- White embossing powder
- Ranger Tim Holtz Tissue Tape
- Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons
- Derwent Inktense pencil
- Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium: Crazing
I was inspired to make this from a project in the October 2016 issue of Craft Stamper magazine, and adapted the technique to fit the supplies I had. First I created a mosaic background first, by cutting up different sized “tiles” from bristol paper, fitting them together and adhering them onto a piece of heavy cardstock. I then applied Distress Inks to the background with a foam applicator before stamping the butterfly image. I spattered some water to give it some additional visual interest. I then stamped and heat embossed the circles, using white embossing powder for some nice contrast. I added the tissue tape and accents with the Inktense pencil and Distress Crayon. Finally, I added a thick coating of Crazing collage medium around the edges to give it a nice crackle, let it dry and attached it to a folded navy card. I will enter this in the Anything Goes November Challenge at Craft Stamper, taking the theme and making it my own! Thanks for stopping by.
- Stamps –
- Stampers Anonymous U4-960 (bugs)
- Hero Arts “Thanking of You”
- Dimensional stickers – EK Success
- Zig Clean Color markers
- Neenah Solar White cardstock
I created another card a buggy image for the insect challenge our card group is hosting. It also seemed to be a good fit for Challenge #91: Fly at Addicted to CAS. I created the background to have a scribbly, watercolored effect by using my Zig markers and a waterbrush. I stamped only the partial image from a long Stampers Anonymous woodmount stamp I’ve had in my collection for years. A very simple card. Thanks for visiting.
- Dies – Sizzix Thinlets – Tim Holtz “Detailed Butterflies”
- Stamp – Simon Says Stamp “Square Sayings”
- Patterned paper – Basic Grey Lemonade Collection: “Pretty Petals”
- Ranger – Dina Wakley Clear Gesso
- Ranger – Tim Holtz Distress Crayons
- Ranger Texture Paste
- Stencil – The Crafter’s Workshop “Tiny Circles” 6 X 6″ stencil
- Sequins – Simon Says Stamp – Assorted Moonshine
- Inks Sprays – Dylusions White Linen, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist assorted colors
- Cardstock – Bazzill
This was such a fun project! I made it over a period of time, since I created the background while playing with patterned papers, texture paste and stencils, and ink sprays with some friends. I made a lot of different backgrounds with many layers of ink and texture. Then I got my hands on the Distress Crayons and butterfly dies and put together some different butterflies to use on something someday, coloring the butterfly base with the crayons and cutting the details from a contrasting cardstock. I stared at my backgrounds and the butterflies and finally put the pieces together in this birthday card! The final card fits perfectly for the current challenge at Simon Says Stamp for the Monday Challenge Blog Butterfly Beauty Challenge. Thanks for stopping by!
- Dies –
- Memory Box “Moonlight Butterfly” and “Kaleidoscope Butterfly”
- Avery Elle – “Dotted Elle-ments”
- Spellbinders Nestabilities – “Lacey Circles”
- Stamp (thanks) – Lawn Fawn “Blue Skies”
- Patterned papers – Bella Blvd. “Color Chaos” collection
- Cardstock – Bazzill
- Faber Castell Gelatos
Here is a colorful card for the day! I created this card for Operation Write Home and I was inspired by the current OWH Mid-month Challenge: Banners. Most of the banners for this card were made from the Avery Elle “Elle-ments” set. I mixed some Gelatos on white cardstock to match some of the colors in the pretty Bella Blvd papers. I spritzed the colors with water to create my own brightly colored paper that I die cut for the background butterfly. I placed the detailed, matching butterfly die cut on top to provide some definition of the wings. Both die cuts are securely adhered beneath the butterfly body so the wings float up a bit, to give the impression that the bug might fly off the paper! Thanks for stopping by.
- Stamp – Indigo Blu “Ink Splat Butterfly”
- Die – Poppystamps “Lovely Tendril”
- IndigoBlu Mega Flake gilding flakes “Morris Dance” and FlitterGlu
- Patterned paper – SEI “Mirelle: Goblet”
- Metallic cardstock – DCWV Metallic Gold
- Cardstock – Bazzill
This was my first card made with the IndigoBlu gilding flakes. The May Mixed Media Card Challenge is to create a card with wings and an optional element of foil. The Friday Mashup Challenge #210 going on this week is to create a project with butterflies. This mix of gilding flakes is so pretty with multiple metallic colors mixed in with gold and copper. I stamped the image with FlitterGlu, which is super sticky and then burnished on the gilding flakes. It is sort of magical when you get through. I added the small die cut with another metallic texture for a little more visual interest. Here is a closer look:
Thanks for stopping by today.
- Stamp – Stampington “Scripted Butterfly”
- Mask – Ranger – Dina Wakley Media “Insects”
- Acrylic Paints – Ranger Dina Wakley Acrylic Paints
- Stencils – Memory Box “Flourish” and Ranger Dylusions “Dotted Flowers”
- Pan Pastels
I made this page following a class with Dina Wakley, who is such an inspiration! Layers were made with acrylic paints, Pan Pastels, ink and Gesso. It fits the February challenge at Mixed Media Mojo, where the challenge is to use the theme: Red and a twist: Wings.