I fell in love with this stamp set when it came out. The stamps are simple sketchy type images and look great just stamped, water coloured and even paper pieced. I wanted to try them on parchment. Out came my trusty Staz On white ink pad ( had to re-ink tho). Stamped all 3 images on separate pieces of parchment, left them to dry while I looked out my grids and templates. The first one is backed by a shimmery navy blue card stock with Stamp In Up Delicate Details bordering the parchment. I kept this one pretty simple in white with dry embossing. The second one I coloured with the new Stampin Up watercolour pencils, using the dry technique. Added some lace work and embossing to finish it off. Hope you like these. I am still working on the third image so watch this space.
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I wanted to make a gift of cards for a friend. This You Tube video was a great find https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUyi7yhPkPE
I used Stampin Up Moroccan Designer series paper and Island Indigo card stock. I made 10 cards using various stamps and die cuts. The card box bag is pretty simple to make and very sturdy.
I have used the no line technique for these 2 flowers on Parchment. The Rose has some added grid work and the Tulip a border traced in white and gold gel pens. Both flowers are coloured with Polychromas pencils and layered onto bright backing paper.
I have just recently signed on as a SU demonstrator. How much actual demonstrating I will be doing is anyone's guess? I do like their products and as I am primarily a Parchment crafter it will be a challenge for me to incorporate them into my paper crafting. So to kick off I used the Lift me Up stamp set. Using VersaMagic Cloud White I stamped the large balloon onto translucent parchment paper. I left the ink to dry completely before I started dry embossing from the back. I did some perforating on the front to cut sections of the image away. Once that was done I embossed and pricked a couple of borders around it. A pretty simple card and quick by Parching standards. I have layered it on some shimmery navy blue card and then on rainbow paper and a navy card base.
The second card is a round easel card. Followed the same basic rules but added some colour to the back with oil pastel. I did no perforating on the balloon and added pencil colour lightly on the front. Using a product called Sticky Ink from Pergamano I added some glitter to the balloon. The textured background is from ParchCraft Australia.Well I hope you like the cards and will come back again soon to see what else I have managed to create.
This card was inspired by the latest Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine. White on white cards have been very popular recently. For this pink card I have used dies, double- sided adhesive paper and layered them all onto a card base . The first layer is a Stampin Up die, which I cut on pink card with double sided adhesive paper. I adhered the rose outline onto the pink card stock and the effect is very similar to an embossing folder. The next layer cut with a circle die with some swirls and flowers added to that. All the bits and pieces are then mounted with dimensional tape onto the base card. A sentiment can then be stamped and added as needed. Hope you like the effect of this card.
Happy New Year I do hope 2017 will be a good year.
Now the holidays are over time to get some colouring done. Norma Burnell'sFairy Flutters is just gorgeous. I printed her off on full size printer paper with the intention of just playing with colours. I got quite carried away and ended up colouring the whole page. This is the result.