{Tue} Technique: Club Scrap July Technique Challenge - Stamping through Stencils

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Hello, Kraftie Friends!

I have been playing with some new stuff...like Gel Press (I bought a 6"x6" at a stamp show) and Ken Oliver's Color Burst Liquid Metals Heavy Metals! 
I used them to create this card, inspired by Club Scrap July Technique Challenge - stamping through stencils:


I used pearlescent paints on the Gel Press and Club Scrap Stencils (like Twin Tags Honeycomb) for the panel. 
I masked the panel with the same stencils to stamp the french script (Paris Flea Market), using Brilliance Pearlescent Purple ink pad.
I outlined the branches with different metallic markers, blended some colors (with the Round Mini Blender Tool) and watercolored with Ken Oliver's Color Burst Liquid Metals Heavy Metals Yellow Gold.

Finally, I added a mat, ribbon, coin and adhered the panel to the card base.

I'll have a video later (I didn't have time to edit it yet, 'cause my dh has been sick...), showing how I used the Gel Press...so check back!

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Here's another card, using Transformations papers and Leaf and Stone Stencil:


I stenciled the gingko leaves on printed paper, using VersaMagic ink pads and round mini blender tool.
Leaving the stencil on, stamp different stamp images (Crewel & Unusual Jumbo unmounted stamps) with Memento Coffee Bean.
I stamped sentiment (Creative License Greeting unmounted stamps) on the bottom panel.
Finally, I added ribbon and coin.

Challenges (Card #1):






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7 comments

  1. Gorgeous cards!! I really love this technique.

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  2. You really nailed this technique! I love that ginko leaf!

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  3. What a cool technique and a fun alternative to using stencil! Beautiful colors too...Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  4. I love the soft colors you used in the first card...but both cards are a great demonstration of the July Technique. TFS!

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  5. So beautiful Lilian!
    Thanks for joining the Paper Players!

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  6. What a terrific pair of cards Lilian, terrific effects!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    Happy Little Stampers

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  7. So much interest and fabulous backgrounds on both of these.
    Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers, Anita x

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Thanks for all your lovely comments! They make my day! =)

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