Wednesday, 7 October 2015

You can do it art page with VLVS

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first October VLVS post.
This art piece is a kind of " stamp first and then find the title" one and it's totally different from my usual kind of crafting.
It's a Mixed Media piece made over 8*6 chipboard with all possible mediums.
I made the background with stencils and texture paste, gel mediums and glass beads, mists, paints and two VLVS stamps that was stamped on tissue paper.
When you have a very textured piece of art the only way to stamp over it is to add your stamped over tissue image and to glue it with gel medium or Mod Podge. As I really wanted this single Man in flying machine image on my art piece I had to find the title that fits this image and the general " fly away" theme. 
I didn't want to make it general in this " Sky is a limit" style. So finally I found those very old leather letters and made this" YOU CAN DO IT" title. And it means that if you try hard- you can do everything.
Even to fly. Or even more than just to fly.

Here you can see how the image over tissue becomes the part of the art piece and you can't even see the tissue edges.

Products used:
Flock of Geese Item 19465 Plate 1444  
Man in flying machine   Item 15967 Plate 1271
Inks- Ranger
Stencils- Tando Creative
Mists, paints- Tattered Angels
Other- texture paste, letters, tissue

Love card with TPD

 Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first for October post made for Two Paper Divas.
This time I used this most adorable (the best ever)  Silhouette Circles stamp set and I just incorporated it in those stencilled circles. I made those circles with inks and my punches, no special stencils  used here.
Then I added 3 TPD stamped circles in the very same 3 inks colors.
 The Love sentiment was a cut from In this house big sentiment stamp and I just love how this one set can make so many small lovely sentiments!

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Happy Halloween tray with Makin's Clay

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my post made for Makin's Clay company.
I love Halloween even without celebrating it.
 I adore the colors, the dark feeling and the  items for crafting.
So this altered chipboard Wicked house was made with love and with a lot of Makin's Clay images.
I used Halloween Makin's Clay cutter set set and made a hat, an owl. a black cat and the bat.
 All of those were made from Makin's Black clay and then textured with Makin's Clay texture sheets.
Then I added some gold pigmented powder over the wet pieces and let them dry.
All of those pieces and all other stickers/flowers were arranged in this house of horror.

Sunday, 4 October 2015

Delight in the little things art tag with ARTplorations

 Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Mixed Media tag made for ARTplorations blog.
As you all know each month we have a challenge for you and if you enter this challenge you can win some gorgeous ARTplorations goodies.
 So this is October and it's already a Fall season. And then it's fall outside, I make fall projects inside, in my craft room.
 This project was actually a bunch of mono prints I made over Gelli Plate with ARTplorations stencils, using Bubbles and Chevron Crazy stencils.
After I got a lot of prints I made this tag and die cut the printed leaves using a mix of leaves' dies.
 The sentiment was stamped using the new, just released stamp set named Fond Expressions 2 .
 Some ribbons were added and one single bare inked chipboard.  And yes, delight is in little things, such as a bit of falling rain. Just a wishful thought here in Israel.

Dance like nobody is watching with SNS

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first post made for SNS blog as their GDT from October till December.
A few days ago SNS had a new October release of 6 stamp sets and this is a card I made with a digital version of one of those sets called  Jefferson 745 (digi version DIGI745B)
I do have the the " real" thing aka  rubber, but I wanted to change the sizes of the stamps and to use  the bigger version and this is possible when you use the digital set.
So say Hello to my adorable dancing chick!
I made the background card with light pink cardstock and added the light green second cardstock layer.
Then I made a die cut with Cherry Lynn Designs die and glued it over a piece of vellum covered with SNS Brushable glue. To make the glue layer thin I used the old credit card that made the job perfectly.
 I added Cloud Nine semi- transparent glitter (GM2000) over the glued sheet and got this lovely semi shiny background.

The chick was printed over transparency and colored with water markers. Then I added glossy accents and hand cut the image to glue it over the die cut net.
The sentiment was enlarged to fit the card size and printed over vellum. I made the layered flag and added a few rhinestones to make this card shine.

See you soon with another SNS PROJECT!

Saturday, 3 October 2015

ARTplorations tutorial for October:Delight in the little things

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my monthly Mixed Media team tutorial.
This is a technique I kind of found by myself and I think it's lovely and not so hard one to duplicate.
So here we go!
1. Add a few pieces of wide double sided tape over a thick cardstock. If you have a solid double sided sheet - use it! I just  don't have such, so I invented this kind of glue coverage.

2. Use your square/rectangle punches to make a few squares from cardstock. I used cream one just to be seen on photos. It sure can be the usual white we all have.
Peel the upper layer from the  glue strips and glue your punched squares to make pretty close to solid  tag.
Leave some small gaps in between the squares. Add hand cut strips to cover whatever larger gaps if you have them.

3. Add colorful glitter over the tag and you can see how it looks now.

4. Stamp over the squares using dark ink (I actually used black one; but due to bad lighting it seams to be dark blue). Heat embossed the stamped images with clear powder.
I don't yet own a lot of STAMPlorations stamps, so I used whatever I have and it's this lovely Frames and Flowers set. So I just stamped flowers around the tag.
Now cover the stamped tag with your Gridlocked stencil and cover with a thick layer of Gel Medium.

5. Add a thick layer of clear glitter over the wet gel medium and let it dry.

6. Color the over the texture with a mix of distress inks.

7.Make a hole and tie your fancy ribbon/lace  to the tag.

Add some pearls as flower  centres.
Stamp the sentiment over a small cardstock piece and glue it over the tag.
I used this fantastic sentiment from Fond Expressions 2 new set.

Dream with Rubber Dance

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Today I share my new card with new Rubber Dance delicious Affirmations set and believe me, you NEED IT!
So many great stamps are in this set. All inspirational words that we can use on cards, Mixed Media projects, art journals and scrapbooking pages.
Just look what I did with this set over pattered Prima paper!
I stamped small  words on the banner and then added a big " DREAM" title over the card. Some flowers and a butterfly- and this fancy shabby card was done.
Just go to Rubber Dance shop and pick this set before it's GONE!

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