Posts Tagged ‘prismacolor pencils’

Daisies on Kraft Cardstock

Wednesday, December 29th, 2021

Hi Everyone! It’s Susan and today I’m sharing a card for the Random Act of Cardness prompt which is Kraft. I used the beautiful floral image from the Floral Bunch Stamp Set from Pinkfresh Studios. I used my MISTI to stamp the image and left the stamp in place so I could stamp it again after I colored it. My original plan was to only use my Prismacolor pencils but I really wanted the flowers to pop off the page so I painted the flowers with a white POSCA Paint Pen and used my pencil crayons for the rest of the image.

I used the large die from the Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Dies to cut the panel and adhered it to a white card base. The sentiment is from the same Floral Bunch Stamp Set and embossed white onto black card stock and added to the card with craft foam.

 

Happy Stampin’
and thanks so much for visiting!
Stay Safe Everyone!!
 
Susan
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It’s a Mice Time To Celebrate

Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

Hi Everyone! It’s Susan here today sharing a card for the Random Acts of Cardness and one of my favorite techniques. Ink Smooshing. It’s so much fun!

Here’s a look at the finished card

Let’s start at the beginning.

  1. smoosh some ink onto a glass mat, plastic sheet or a stamping block then give it a few sprays of water.
  2. take your paper (I used watercolor paper) and dab into the puddle of ink.

         

3. Be sure to dry between layers with a heat tool (this pic is after I repeated steps 1-3 with 3 colors)

I used 6 colors of ink on this panel so that means I repeated steps 1-3 six times. After I was done with the ink smooshing I made some more puddles of ink and using a small paint brush I splattered on some ink. I did this with 3 of the 6 ink colors.

I used Distress Oxide inks for this card so that tends to give a muted look. If you want to ‘brighten’ it up a bit take a little Distress Glaze and rub it all over the panel. Just use your finger to rub it on and this gives the ink a polished look. It’s hard to see in the pic but in real life there’s a definite difference.

For the rest of the card I stamped a mouse from MFT’s It’s a Mice Time to Celebrate stamp set, colored it in with my Prismacolor Pencils then fussy cut it out. There are coordinating dies for this set but I don’t have them and I don’t mind fussy cutting so I just cut it out.

The sentiments are from the same set and are embossed with WOW White embossing powder onto black card stock -probably my favorite way to do a sentiment – then adhered directly to the panel.

I attached the mouse with a wobbler for some fun – after all it is a party!

If you try this technique be sure to share it in the Facebook Challenge page. We’d love to see it.

 

Happy Stampin’

and thanks so much for visiting!
Stay safe everyone!!
Susan
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IF I KNOW ONE THING…

Saturday, June 27th, 2020

…it’s that My Favorite Things products are among my favorites to play with.

Always have been and always will be.

Hi Everyone! It’s Susan with today’s Random Act of Cardness prompt of  My Favorite Things.

I chose two of my favorite sets to play with; Safari Party and Sassy Pants Best Friends. Those Safari Party animals are so cute and the Sassy sentiments make me smile.

 

I stacked the animals on top of each because that’s reality lol and colored them in with Prismacolor Pencils. I added some simple shading  on the bottom to ground the images. I cut that panel to 3 x 4 3/4″ and using craft foam I layered it onto a panel that was cut to 4 x 5 1/4″ after I stamped the sentiment along the side using Versafine Claire Nocturne ink.

I layered it all onto a grey card base and called it done.

Now our challenge to you is to use your favorite MFT stamps & dies on a card and if MFT’s not your thing then use any of your favorite products. And be sure to share it with us on the Scrap’n Stamp Facebook Challenge Page.

 

Happy Stampin’
and thanks so much for visiting!
Stay safe everyone!!
Susan
Shopping list:
Below are links to all the goodies I used, just click on the icon to be taken to where you can purchase the product. If you use my affiliate links when shopping there is no additional cost to you, I want to say thank you and that I appreciate it and you very much.