Club Scrap March Delft Blog Hop & Linky PartyWednesday, March 29, 2017
Hello, Kraftie Friends!!!
Welcome to Club Scrap's March Blog Hop & Linky Party!
This month, we're featuring the artistic Delft Collection!
If you came from Club Scrap's Blog (Karen's Post), you're in the right place!
Your next stop is Kay's Blog!
1. Table Number Cards:
I used Delft Digital Kit to create them. You could easily resize them to meet your needs.
Left: I tore the crackled background and used Distress Stain in blue to color it. I adhered it on the printed card and added some doodle frames using the blue Gel Pen from Delft Gel Pen Set. Flowers were colored with alcohol-based markers and I added a cut out number 4.
Right: I layered the images and colored the flowers with alcohol-based markers. Then, I adhered the cut out number 8 on.
2. A Scrapbook Page:
I don't have the photo yet...we usually take one on Easter Day and that's what I plan to use! But here's the page with a family photo from last Autumn, just so you have an idea:
I used white cardstock, Delft Cracked Porcelain Stencil + Distress Stain for the background. After stenciling, I added more blue with a lighter Distress Stain and splatters using ColorBox Smooch Spritz.
Then, I layered different washi tapes and added more light blue Distress Stain onto the background.
I printed some digital images (Delft Digital Kit), added Dimensional Magic Glitter - Gold and let dry.
I layered them under the pre-cut photo mat.
I cut several flowers using my Cricut and Flower Market CTMH Cricut cartridge, assembled and adhered them on page.
I added the title using CTMH stickers.
Finally, I added the Silver Filigree Accent on.
The colors and design were inspired by ARTastic March Challenge...
3. A Card, using Delft Cracked Porcelain Stencil:
Place the Delft Cracked Porcelain Stencil on white cardstock and tape them on work surface.
Stamp different images on (border from Delft Greeting unmounted stamps and crackle texture from Delft Jumbo unmounted stamps).
Trace the stencil using the blue Gel Pen from Delft Gel Pen Set and remove the stencil.
Die cut a panel from it and add ribbon. Adhere it on card base, matted with a printed paper panel.
Adhere printed elements from Delft Digital Kit (the square one with foam tape) and a Silver Filigree Accent with a Delft Embellishment Pack Cabochon in the center.
I added a butterfly from my stash and then, a tiny bow.
Don't forget to go to Kay's Blog next!