Posts Tagged ‘Penny Black dies’

Wildflowers

Saturday, August 17th, 2019

This beautiful image is from Gina K. Designs called Hugs and Wildflowers and I have watercoloured using my Nuvo Aqua Flow Pens.

With using the pens you do not have to spritz before stamping, just colour the image and stamp. I am using watercolour paper from Fabriano for my card, which makes it easy to pull the colour from the stamped image out into the card.

I also did the splatters with the pens, then stamped and coloured the little bird from Picket Fence Studios called Chirp Chirp.

Thank you for visiting today.

Love and Friendship

Monday, July 22nd, 2019

Hello Crafters, Kia with you today.

I decided I would do a spotlight card for today’s post and settled on this image from Picket Fence Studios called Wild Rose.

First up I did the Color Burst background using cold press watercolour paper to use for my framing and bird. I used Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue and Chartreuse, then dried the piece.

To make my frame I used my Elegant Stitching Die for the detail and a Spellbinder die to cut the inside part away.

Using Gina K. Designs Wisper White card stock I stamped the image with VersaFine Claire Ink in Nocturne then coloured the highlighted flowers with Copics. I attached the frames using fun foam.

I stamped the little bird on some of the left over Color Burst piece and die cut attaching to the frame on the bottom using glue and a piece of fun foam under his body.

To finish I stamped the sentiment along the bottom of the card using Archival Ink in Paradise Teal and doing several stampings to get the deeper colour.

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you have enjoyed this card today. Following are affiliate links to the products I used on this card, at no extra cost to you.

Wishes

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

I am using one of my favourite stamps, Picket Fence Dandelion Wishes. There are many uses for this set, and I also very much like the sentiments.

I first stamped and heat embossed the Dandelion’s using white embossing powder from Hero Arts. I wanted to know the position of the flowers when doing my background in order to get the colour where I wanted it.

I did a smooshing technique, using a light touch in order to keep the inks on the lighter side, and I used the inks sparingly. It is easier to add more ink than to take it away. I also wanted to maintain some white space, so I am liking the way my background turned out. I also splattered some acrylic paint on it for added interest.

Once everything was dry I attached fun foam to the back of my panel using Be Creative tape and attached it to my Blue Bazzill card stock. I then stamped the sentiment using Ranger Archival Ink in Manganese Blue. For further interest I die cut the frame using my Antique Frame from Penny Black, keeping the left over card stock for use inside the card. I again stamped the sentiment with the Manganese Blue ink to cover the frame portion.

I have done a video showing my process for this card, and following the video I have provided affiliate links for the products that I have used. I hope you have enjoyed this card, and thank you for visiting us here at Scrap’n Stamp.