Friday, 26 February 2016

Beyond imagination with Rubber Dance

 Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my small altered project made for Rubber Dance and Tando Creative.
This is a kind of " use your leftovers project". The pieces that I added to make this " castle"  are the insides of Tando arches and mini book and I actually added 5 of them one over another to make the shape.
Each piece was covered with one single Tando stencil on the top: this fancy Moroccan roof is a small stencilled piece made with DecoArts texture paste and then heat embossed with gold powder.
Each piece was stamped with Rubber Dance background stamp-Flourishes- using clear embossing ink and the same gold embossing powder. Then  each one of 5 pieces was painted with DecoArts paint and as the stamped images act as resist we still can see the gorgeous embossed background.
I stamped the sentiment with Rubber Dance stamp from ATC Backgrounds 2 (I didn't stamp the name of the author  that is on this stamp, but saying only). Again this was stamped with the same gold heat embossing and painted with the very same dark blue paint.
As my finishing touches I added this clock on the top and two real vintage gold buttons.
You can now imagine that this is your home. Or that you live like 500 years ago in this castle. Just IMAGINE!

And all of those gorgeous stamps can be found in Rubber Dance shop HERE!

Use Irit2016 discount code to get 15% off your order and the shipping rates are great too! Check the shop and pick your own favorites!
You can also win some great stamps as we offer you our Monthly challenge in the blog and this month it's Kraft- White and Red colors: so easy as we all make Valentine cards.
So enter your project (any products to win, but for the Top 3 you do need to use Rubber Dance stamp) and maybe you can win some fantastic art stamps. 

1 comment:

Bibi, Rubber Dance Stamps said...

This is gorgeous, Irit! Love how the gold embossed images work as resist when painted over.
Thank you! ♥

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