Sunday, 27 March 2016

Love art journal page with Rubber Dance : tutorial

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new art page tutorial made for Rubber Dance Art stamps company.
 This is Irit from Rubber Dance International team and I hope to inspire you to make art of art.
One of the best things with Rubber Dance stamps is that most of them are for art and about art. So this new art set called ARTIST PLATE is just precious and this page was  made with this set only.  Even the sentiments are all from the very same stamp set.
 So here we go with the tutorial:

1. Stamp  a few images with the big stamps and permanent ink. Make some masks with the same images and arrange the " central piece" as shown using those masks. Add some " shadow" stamping around with the same stamps.

2.Use mists to cover  your stamped images . Let each color dry before you move to another one, unless you do like brown mess over your pages.

3. Stamp the pallet over another paper piece with clear embossing ink and heat emboss with black powder. Hand cut the embossed image.

4.Use stencil (mine was Tim Holtz) to add some dimension around the page. I used gel medium only, not some white texture paste as I wanted it to stay close to clear after it's dry.

5.Adhere the hand cut pallet over the page in the place that was stamped with masked image. Add paints to that pallet using Tattered Angels High Impacts or any other shiny, deep colored paints. Let the  paints dry a bit as we use a big splash over the image. Add some paints over the paint brushes and around.
Stamp the sentiments- all three of them-  and cut them- not too straight. Then glue them over the page. All page , with the sentiments, was misted again with the bright vintage mist.
 And now scroll over the fragment to see the whole page on the bottom.
And make one for yourself!

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!
So enter your project (any products to win, but for the Top PICK  you do need to use Rubber Dance stamp) and maybe you can win some fantastic art stamps. 
I enter this to some web challenges:
 Sweet Stamps- not a card challenge

1 comment:

Sandy Fredrick said...

Awesome design, I love how the bright colors on the brushes contrast with the muted color in the textured background. Thank you for joining our blog challenge at

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