Friday, 6 March 2015

CAS Happy Birthday card with IBS

Hello my dear friends!
Today I am going to show you my new Clean and Simple card made with Inspired by Stamping gorgeous set from the last release.


CAS card means one layer, stamping, sentiment and an easy coloring and it usually should take 10-20 minutes and be possible to done by a pretty new crafter.
So here is my card- not more than 20 minutes, easy stamping and easy background painting.
I stamped the flowers from Spring Bouquet  and the sentiment from Happy Sentiments over white cardstock with clear embossing ink and heat embossed with black powder. Then I painted the background with water color Gelatos and inked the front edges.
To make this card more interesting I adhered it over a clear vellum card , but it's still very simple one to make.



Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Lucky me with Lucky stamps AND IT'S MY BIRTHDAY TODAY!


 Hello my dear crafty friends!
Today is my Birthday - and I am not going to say how old I am, but I sure am going to say how lucky I am.
I am lucky to have great family, lovely home, great hobby and a lot of fun.
So here is my Lucky card , made with Lucky Me Two Paper Divas stamps for the lucky St. Patrick day.
I used green cardstock as my basic card and added a piece of light gold glitter cardstock over it. Sorry that it looks silver, it's a gold as my golden luck.
Then I stamped the main image and colored it with distress markers. The whole image was die cut into this flower shape as I don't have any shamrock one. I added this wooden 5cent embellishment and a few buttons and stamped this lucky sentiment.
Are you lucky? Go and make a lucky card for yourself! TPD Lucky  Me set is just the best!


Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Wish upon a star with Ann Butler products

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new post made for Ann Butler's blog.

This is my Mixed Media  project made: hand cut big star all full with Mixed Media products and Ann Butler's  designs.It can be a wall ornament or even a kind of next Christmas ornament and maybe just a tag to add to a big present or just a small  " Wish you " kind of a card.


First I covered the hand cut star with a mix of Ann Butler's inks:
Ocean Breeze,Blueberry and Aquamarine and mixed them with a bit of water spray.
When it was dry I added texture paste stars using new Stars art screen and let it dry.
In the meantime I die cut this fancy star from a regular cardstock using Die Versions die, covered it with Ocean Breeze ink and then heat embossed with Clearsnap clear embossing powder.
Then I added a bit of Sunshine ink over the stars and sprinkled them with Clearsnap clear glitter. Then  I added a couple of Ann's new Earth Safe Finishes pigments over the whole piece.


The chipboard stars were heat embossed with Gold  embossing powder and all stars were glued over the piece. I made the sentiment with old tiny letter stickers and added a few big rhinestone over my shiny star.


Enjoy your inky journey !

Monday, 2 March 2015

New transfer technique tutorial with Rubber Dance stamps

Hello my dear friends!
Today I am going to share my new technical tutorial made with Rubber Dance gorgeous big stamp from Women collage set.
All you need is a deep edged red rubber big stamp , gel medium and a lot of patience...
Let's see how to make this project:
1. Cover the red rubber stamp with a thick layer of Gel Medium. I used whatever I found here in Israel; you can try any kind you have and I am pretty sure the results will be the same.
On the photo you see two stamps covered with Gel Mediums, but for the final project I used the Woman image only. Here you can see it dry- like after 24 hours at least- and peeled from the stamp.

2. Paint over the peeled image with black acrylic paint and let it dry.
Wipe the extra paint so you just see a bit of black over the image.
3. Make the frame from a chipboard and cover it with a few layers of copper embossing powder.  Cover the black painted piece with a layer of copper pigment powder (not the embossing one, just the thin pigment).
Make the card over the transparent piece- I used the package back for this project.
Add some flowers or other embellishments and your fancy stamped piece is done.





Sunday, 1 March 2015

Spring art journal pages with Rubber Dance





 This is my second journal page- double spread- made in my first ever art journal.
I made it solo with stencils, paints, embossing powders and one single stamp  from Rubber Dance company. The sentiment is a part of Think again gorgeus stamp set that I use again and again.
 I also used RD March challenge colors for this project.
 I stamped over tissue paper as this rich texture made a regular stamping mission impossible.
I also added a few doodling strokes with white pen all over the page.
The " hard" texture was made with tons of embossing powders.






Saturday, 28 February 2015

Let it be- or making over embossed tags with Rubber Dance stamps

This is a tag I made with 4-5 layers of heat embossing just to try this technique and it WORKS!

 I used Rubber Dance gorgeous stamp from Celestian images set and added this Let it be sentiment  over my heat embossed surface.  Some leaves fromTwiggy  leaves were also stamped around the focal image.Then I covered it all with another layer of clear embossing powder and embellished with a few pearls.I also used some vintage  book  pages that Bibi from Rubber Dance sent me as one of the inside layers and they are still seen.


Friday, 27 February 2015

Maculine card with Inspired by Stamping

Hello my dear crafty friends! This is my masculine new card made with Inspired by Stamping gorgeous masculine stamp sets.
Masculine cards are very hard to make. You should use  special colors, not to add too many embellishments and to have good stamps.
I think the main point is GOOD STAMPS! And those two sets from IBS are just the best!
I stamped a scene using Masculine tags 2 set with brown ink and clear embossing powder over it and die cut it with IBS Fancy  Labels 2 die set.
Then I added another die cut- bigger - to make the stamped image matting.
Then I stamped the sentiment in the same way using Guy Sentiments set and hand cut the shape. Some wooden buttons are the only embellishments on this card.

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