Thanks for stopping by.
Monday’s blog is Flowers and trees,
so I shall kill two birds with one stone
(if you’ll pardon the expression)
and finish that project I asked you kindly to guess the end of.
Remember the lovely round one?
So many of you emailed in your step by steps - it was fab.
But one lady really nailed it.
And I mean down to the colour Distress Pens used!
So here is the complete project, using the new Landscape stamp which we call Napa Valley.
It comes complete with a Stencil framer too.
So this time, let’s take it from the top...
Stamp the Stampscape Napa Valley in Black Archival
on Gelli Card.
Colour in with Distress Pens.
We sell the whole Collection. Quite an investment,
but well worth it.
Here are the colours I used:
Now dust with Talc, so that when we emboss the piece, the embossing powder doesn’t cling.
Next thing you need is a Versamark Pen.
Now this is one pen you really should have in your stash!
Basically, it’s the Versamark Pad in a pen!
Get rid of the excess powder and heat set from underneath.
Do this as many times as you need to make a beautiful glaze.
Using the wavy side of the blending mat, tear hills.
Cut the artwork down a little.
Place a moon in the sky
and brush some Cloudy Blue into place
with one of our Stencil Brushes.
You can simply wipe the ink off the glazed picture.
Flip the copy paper and extend the hills using
Slowly slowly, catchee monkee...
Run a black Sharpie around all four sides.
Then go hunt for a lovely piece of Shaving foam art
which matches perfectly!
Pretty straightforward really!
Many thanks everybody who had a go and
worked out a way forward.
Some of the paths you took me down were fabulous!
I wished I had thought of them!!
But dear Pam Gantley.
You nailed it absolutely.
Very very well thought through!
So a £50 Gift Voucher is on its way to you Pam!
Now my friends.
Tomorrow is a special YouTube Tuesday.
Somebody very dear to my heart is going to talk to you.
I hope you find the time to listen.