Stamp on Tissue Paper

The Paper Players: Color Challenge 441

Ok, so there is so much more going on here than stamping on tissue. But that is where this whole thing started. I had smooched the layering weight cs with pink and blue color burst then stencil some medium with circles. I wanted the flower to be on top of the stencil so I stamped the flower in black on tissue paper and fussy cut. Glued it on with clear gesso then colored with copics. Sprayed a small circle stencil with gold shimmer. Added more color burst in blue then splatter with white and gold paint. Stamped a few design and sentiments in black. Layered on pink then white cs base.

Framed Get Well

Double D: Frames
Cuttlebug Mania: Get Well

All the pp is leftovers from other projects. The yellow dots is mopping up from a wet stencil and the blue/yellow is cleaning with copy paper on glass mat with color burst. Die cut the one with dots and popped up with fun foam in the blue color (it shows when the card is turned). The white frame is Silhouette cut as is the sentiment. Added pearls and Nuvo crystal glaze to sentiment.

Should have stopped

Cute Card Thursday: Tie a Bow
As You See It: Celebrate Two
Craft Stamper Magazine: Take it Make it

This is what happens when a leftover is sitting on my work space and can not decide what to do with it. I had made a background and then stenciled over it with a glitter spritz. While the stencil was still wet with spray I laid it aside and placed a layering weight cs and pressed. Thought I was just soaking up extra spray but the image came out quite clear. Days later I decide to see what this wanted to be. My grandmother loved green and purple so I got out the pp and selected two sheets, one a floral design and the other a ticking stripe. Cut a single strip of the stripe and added two side tape and glitter. Die cut the floral into a circle. Stamped in plum the sentiment and adhered to circle. Stamped the two leaves with some of the green glitter spritz sprayed on work glass and then loaded a water-brush and added the color to the stamp. I had never tried this and am quite please with how well it worked. Tied the bow with satin ribbon and colored some of the background with copics and added pearls. Still not sure it was done, I sponged some plum on the cutout of the sentiment. Has a lot going on and don’t know what I should have left off?

Fun Coloring

Global Design Project: Selective Edit
Bugaboo: Anything Goes
Die Cut Divas: Flowers

Made the check with copic and freehand stripes two directions. The center was masked off because it was printed on copy paper. Colored with copics then added glitter to flower center and glossy accents to ladybug body. Sponged light blue for background. Cut frames and layered all on white cs base. Sentiments made and cut on Silhouette.

Stencil over PP – Round Two

Foiled Fox: Three is the magic number
CAS Stencil: Stencil over PP

I really liked the first attempt but wanted to try some lighter colors. Plus they are having a challenge over at Foiled Fox to use only three colors. This started out as white layering weight that was smooched on glass mat that had gold Perfect Pearls and 2 drops of light peach re-inker swirled together. Next I taped the stencil on top and added Deco Foil transfer gel. Once that was dried I sponged more of the peach ink then I rubbed more of the gold Perfect Pearls on. Trimmed that to fit inside a white cs base. Added the butterfly and sentiment with a hand cut tag.