My 4th and last project as a Stampotique Guest designer had to be one with a painted background technique. (hosted by Corrie).
I combined blue acryllic paint with distress ink to make the background and used the Romantic Text stamp by France Papillon and brown ink on top of it.
As I am a big Frida fan (I wanted to use one of her stamps this month for sure) I choose Frida Grande by Amy Wilson and embossed her with black embossing powder. I attached Frida on top of a piece of craft cardstock and stamped the French Journal page as a bit of a background and on top of that I stamped the word Fabulous by Carol's Collection. To finish the card I added some Tim Holtz sentiments and distressed the edges.
I really enjoyed this month as a guest designer for Stampotique and I hope you did too. Thanks for looking !
The 3th theme this month as a guest designer for Stampotique is "Punny/Funny Projects" hosted by Kathi. E.E. Cummings once said: "The most wasted of all days is one without laughter." Puns and word play always make me smile. Really good puns make me laugh.
So to make you smile (I hope) I created this "depresso coffee guy" for you.
I folded and stitched a large tag to create a pocket to insert the small tag with "Coffee" sentiment. The background I made using clear embossing powder and France's new "Romatic Text" stamp which is lovely! The "depresso" guy is Jammin' by Daniel Torrente. The sentiment I made on the computer and distressed it after printing it. It was fun making this one, hope you like it too :)
The theme for my second artwork as a Stampotique guest designer was "Color Splash"by Kaz. She wanted to see bright colours to cheer up the dim days of January.
I made a bright green background with some spray paints and wrote some text on top of it with a white gelli-pen. Then I stamped the hexagon stamp (Jo Capper-Sandon) on some fluo colored paper (I used Amsterdam Acrylic Fluo paints for this) with versamark and embossed the stamp white embossing powder.
I cut out The "Metal Love"stamp (by Amy Willson Wellenstein), which I also outlined with a white pen and then glued on top of the hexagons.|The small heart on the right is the small heart by France Papillon. :)
This time I made another art Journal page. For the background I used some stencils, spray inks, markers and of course some Lost Coast stamps. The Travel Stuff and the Snowfalkes stamp set I used for creating the background. (Take a look at the close-up picture to see).
For the text I used my Favourite Licence plate set, stamped the text on some gelli print scraps, cut them out and glued them on the background. For the border I used the Rustic Checkerboard Border.
I am very pround to let you know I am a guest designer for Stampotique in the month January this year.
The theme of the first week, hosted
by Claudine, is "New Years Resolution". Most of us always create a new Years Resolution at the beginning of the
new year. So for 2015 I made something with a new years
resolution in mind :)
After seing a tutorial by Rianne from De Craftorij where she made some Project Life cards using a flower stamp I decided to make them too with this Stampotique Flower stamp,( Carol's Flower Large) and coloured them with distress ink.
I'll let you see the finished Project Life page later, this is just a set-up example. Thanks for watching!
If you want to see the tutorial for this, please click here: Stamp & Flower Tutorial. The Tutorial is in Dutch but just by looking you will understand what she's doing :)