maandag 26 juni 2017

Using your scrapbookpaper - 4



It's fun using Magenta scrapbookpaper to make cards with! 

HOW?
 With stamping, white heat embossing, sponging some color with a stencil, adding white highlights, adding color with a watercolor pencil. 


Hope you like this last one!!


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zaterdag 24 juni 2017

Playing with Minx shimmering inks – no 4



I decided to make backgrounds with Minx Shimmering Inks, on all types of paper.
It is really easy, and relaxing to do while enjoying the sun...


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I've been on vacation for a week... (more to come).... and did take some crafty stash with me, of course.


On an old table: using a bucket of water and paper, and of course ... Minx, I created a whole bunch of backgrounds.


I did not need a heattool to dry them, the sun did the drying for me.

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Today I show you what I've made with the backgrounds that started as just plain old white paper.

For more information please see the
Snapguide I created:

Check out How to Make Shimmery Backgrounds With Minx by Art Anthology on Snapguide.


Next time I'll show the ones that had some white heat embossing, gesso and acrylic paint on it before coloring with Minx. 

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donderdag 22 juni 2017

Using your scrapbookpaper - 3




It's fun using Magenta scrapbookpaper to make cards with! 


HOW?
 With stamping, white heat embossing, sponging some color, adding white highlights, adding color with a watercolor pencil. 


Hope you like this third one?? 



I am entering this in the challenge on
1. Simon Says Stamp Wednesday - patterned paper

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maandag 19 juni 2017

Using your scrapbookpaper - 2




It's fun using Magenta scrapbookpaper to make cards with!

HOW?
 With stamping a script... it does not need anything more!





Hope you like this second one?!




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donderdag 15 juni 2017

Diecuts can be fun ..



.. but the waste of it too! 


I've used the waste part of the cardstock from cutting with a die for this card. 

Just cut it to size to fit over a colorful background.
You can see (part of) the diecut itself on the right hand side.
Fussycut the flower and assemble it as shown! 


LOVE this effect, and it's a FUN way to create a card! 








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