I stamped all the fabulous leaves and Daisy from Designs by Ryn with Kaleidacolor "Royal Satin". Then colored the little girl with Copics and Pastells, added the arm and glued on top. Also the really lifelike
raindrops I love very much. I hope you like my warm card in this cold wintertime. I'm glad you leave a comment.
I glued the TOS Stripes on a vintage Design Paper. Then I colored the stamped face with Neocolors and P.Pastells, they eyes with fineliner and glued it on top with the butterfly and word. I'm glad if you like it and leave a comment.
I have worked a magazin page with the TOS Technique and Raindrop Set. Then I've stamped the face, colored with Copics and P.Pastell, and glued it on, and around I glued again some of the torn off sellotapes magazin surface stripes on. At last I glued the TOS stripes and the African Daisy from RynDesigns on. I hope you like Miss Daisy, I'm glad if you leave a comment. Thank you.
I glued stripes of self-made TOS washi tapes(description post before) on top and bottom over a white card. The area in between is wiped wth Vivid Inkpad.Then I stamped the Trickling Water Set with black Memories. At last I glued the magazin cut out butterfly and the raindrops on. If you like it, I'm glad if you leave a comment.
I've made the lower half background with the TOS Technik = I've torn off stripes of a magazin page with sellotape. Note: not every magazin works, please test it, if only the surface tear off and not the paper disrupt. Therefore I torn off some of the tape stripes, cut them in squares (inspired by Mirandas squares)and glued them as a self-made washi tape in a patchwork pattern. Then I stamped little squares on the upper half as frame for the girls image, a bit colored with P.Pastel.
The glossy background (2. photo) is made like this video of Tim Holtz using an air duster but I used Copic refiller instead of AAI's. I also used white gelpen, black fineliner for highlights and dots, and Memories inkpad for the Tim Holtz stamps. Dear visitors, I hope you like my card, and I would appreciate, if you leave a comment, it means a lot to me.
I've made again a blowing background. (2. Photo) First I dropped an AAI on a Glossy card, then dropped Alcohol over that (so the color gradient will be softer) and immediatly afterwards I blow with the Duster. So I do also with the other colors. Then
I stamped the Circle Cluster Set with black Memories, highlighted the circles a bit with white Gelpen, that was very time- comsuming, and glued the butterflies on. If you like my multicolored creation, I'm glad if you are so kind and leave a comment.
Background is made with blowing ink technique When I saw T. Holtz using an air duster I do also, cause it's much easier as a drinking straw! I also used white gelpen, black fineliner and Memories ink pad. I hope you like my card, and I'm glad, if you leave a comment it means a lot to me.
I used various Alcohol Inks(or Copic reinkers) and blended with a water brush filled with alcohol on a glossy card. (you can use also blending solution) It was a great fun, I'm sure I'll make more of those design. Then stamped with black Memories Compound leaf and quote from Tim Holtz. I hope you like it, and I'm glad, if you leave a comment.
I wrote in the post below, that the stamp ladies in my stamp forum donated a great Gelli plate to me. Now I try some techniques I saw at the Gelli Art videos. Last posting it was the TOS technique with clear packing tape. This time I tried this technique I cut the print in 4 pieces. This card is the first of it. The birds are stamps by T.Holtz, the lady with parasol are Crafty Individuals and on the sides I stamped Leafy Branch from Design By Ryn colored a little bit here and there with Neocolors. I shall learn a lot more over Monoprinting technique with gelli plates for better results, but I'm pleased about my first card and I hope you too.
The last days I've looked a lot of Gelli Art Videos and my first try was a Gelli Art technique I've known, cause I invented theTOS techniquewith magazins years ago.(More TOS Gelli Backgrounds hereThe first result (photo below) I cut through in the middle. For the cards I used the little Twinkie boy (added a hat) from stampotique and the Snottie face, glued it on a girls body (Crafty individuals) Then combine hand and balloon =(great Raindrop) with a thread together. I used near Snottie Compound Leaf and Twinkie is juggling with Raindrops from Ryn Design on his card.
The background is made with paper batik or wax resist technique. Circles and wavelines are drawn with wax crayons and then oversprayed with Dylusions. After that I've wiped the circles so that their colors look out once more.
I stamped the new "Striped Reed Set" from Design by Ryn on different pigment pads and embossed them clearly. One side of the leaves I colored inside even with brown fineliner. Then I wiped with chalk colors and at last I glued the bird and the sun, inked with distress and blended with chalk, on.
I wiped the colour around the masked great moon. All stamps I've used can you look below. I've altered the flying woman in a witch by altering the feather in a witches' broom with a rein in the hand, extending the nose, hairs and adding a hat. I added also dry leaves to the branches. I'm glad if you like it and leave a comment, thanks, dear visitor.
Background is made with various stencils wiped with Dylusions. Then I colored the face stamp, the beautiful Raindrop Set (here they are perfume drops*g*)and embossed new Fiddlehead Set vom DesignByRyn, and glued all elements on top..
I created the background with various stencils and Dylusion inks. Stamped the beautiful Raindrop Set and colorful embossed Fiddlehead Set vom DesignByRyn, the plant from Flamingo the woman I forgot and glued them on top. I'm glad if you like it and leave a comment:-)
My card is made with the face from Stampotique, bats and spiderwebs are from Tim H. Hat and blouse are self painted. If you like my creation, I'm glad you leave a comment, it means a lot to me, thanks dear visitor. Please look also the other participants of TaW
Background technique is blowing with Dylusions. Then I stamped the new Fiddlehead Setfrom Design By Ryn with colorful Pigment inkpad and embossed with clear powder. Glued them with the girl and Raindrop Set on top. Hope you like my card and I'm glad if you leave a comment, it means so much to me, thank you.
I'm so excited, to be on Ryn's Design team. Monday I received a large package of Ryn's new designed stamps, they are so gorgeousthat I want to play with.This is the result. I used her new Ornate Leaf Set stamped on a background colored with Dylusions. The splatters between are colored using a stencil. Some leaves I've stamped with different Kaleidacolor ink pads, cut them out and glued on top. Ryn's newest stamps will be launched at her website by the end of this week. To check them out, hop to her blog post here. I don't know if I shall change lilac or turquoise frame?
The last days I've trouble with the blogger colors, they look unnatural. So I upload with picr. But then blogger shows no image in the side, so I have tricked. The little images with the unnatural coloring are loaded with blogger and they are shown in the sidebar. I stamped with dylusions which I sprayed before on a pad, so it looks like watercolored. The soft colors around are Pan Pastells. I hope you like it and I'm glad if you leave a comment, dear Visitor.
Inspired by the title of the amazing old song Midnight Lady of Chris Norman, I played with colors and stamps, such as with theRaindrop Set. This is the result. Unfortunately the blue colors are not really true, cause a bit too red. If you like it, I'm glad you leave a comment, dear Visitor.
The background is made with TOS neg.technique:( I've torn off stripes of a magazin page with a sellotape . Note: not every magazin works, please test it, if only the surface tear off and not the page disrupt)This magazins work well.1 and 2 I recolored a bit with Neocolors and white gelpen, stamped the beautiful water droplets from RynDesign and glued some of the raindrop set on top. I glued the self drawn face on a stamping body and leaves as a crown behind the head and one in the hand. (progress photos below to enlarge) If you like it, please leave a comment, it means so much to me, thank you .