Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Here comes Fall with Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps


Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new Prickley Pear Rubber stamps post.
This week it's a  orange Fall/Indian Summer inspiration and I used patterned cardstock that fit the mood and mists to make the similar flowers.




Stamps used:
Black capped chickadeer
Congratulations 2


Monday, 18 September 2017

Dream life Fall canvas with Art Anthology

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first September Art Anthology inspiration.
This time it's my new altered Mixed Media canvas full of Art Anthology stencils, paints and mists.



Here are some close- ups to this fall colored project.
 I made it as Dream Life one and the only embellishments added are chipboards and flowers, everything else, including the title are stencilled work , textures and paints.


 Here you can see the crackle glaze texture on the background and micro beads added into the crackle medium.


 More of stencilled background and crackle glaze medium .

 And as always- here is the full step by step photo tutorial made for you:
Check out How to Make Fall Inspired Dream Life Mixed Media Canvas by Art Anthology on Snapguide.
I decided to enter this piece to some Fall web challenges:
Scrap and Craft- Colors of Autumn

Sunday, 17 September 2017

It's your day card


Sometimes I make project in a totally " not my style". This one is one of these cards: shabby, lot of flowers on one single card etc.
But I do like the final result a lot.
 Made with PPRS stamps, some MFT and other dies and IamRoses flowers.
The  ink circles were made with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide  inks.
 I enter this to some web challenges:
The Rubber Buggy- Flowers
IamRoses- Anything goes with their products and all flowers and leaves are from their site.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Anything goes weeks with Topflight stamps: Remember when art page

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my weekly Topflight Stamps shop post.
Once in a couple of weeks the designers make craft projects in their own free style using any stamps from the Topflight shop that fit their personality and preference.
So for me it's usually some Mixed Media project and this week it's a Steampunk art page made with three different stamp sets.
I called it Remember When as it's vintage, dark and looks like something from the past.





First I made the background with Studio Light Basic Background stamp using white pigmented ink and then heat embossed it with white embossing powder. Over all upper layers it's pretty hard to see this part of stamping, but after adding paints and mists it acted as resist and you still can see a lot of stamped background on the left of this piece.



The second part of stamping was stamping over vellum of Carabelle studio Steampunk: Machine a remonter le temps- Steampunk time machine stamp using black embossing powder and you can see the part of this stamping inside the Steampunk chipboard frame.



The last stamp set used to make this art page was Carabelle Studio Papillion Steampunk or Steampunk  butterfly stamp and its was stamped over white cardstock and heat embossed with black powder.
I added some metal cogs over this fantastic butterfly image and hand cut it to be my main image.


Everything else on this art page are paints, mediums, chipboards, mists and... Whatever we use to make the real Mixed Media project after we used our beloved stamps.

Stamps used to make this page:
Steampunk time machine


Steampunk Butterfly



Thanks for reading my weekly post.

If you would like to see more of my work you are mostly welcome to my own blog.
 See you all next weeks with a totally different stamping inspiration!

Postcards from past layout

Hello my dear friends! This is my new layout made just for some challenges. (It sometimes actually happens...).
Made with DCWV products, some dies, hand doodling and very old letter stickers.



I enter this page to some web challenges:
Made with The Rubber Buggy sketch for their September challenge
 Studio 75 inspiration challenge- colors





Garden Party wedding layout with BoBunny

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new BoBunny inspirational post.
Irit is here today and I am going to share a Wedding page made with the new, most gorgeous Garden Party BoBunny collection and my lovely daughter wedding photos.
This collection is the perfect match to her last year garden wedding and the greens of her photos fit perfectly to the greens of the collection.




As it's a wedding reception layout I decided to add golds to the page and used  gold glitter paste over stencil on the edges first.


Then I added gold spray over the whole page.
The chipboard hearts, die cut flourish and the die cut titles were painted with gold liquid Pentart paint and they sure shine!





As I wanted to add  this " something blue" item to the layout and the groom's outfit is light blue I added blue lace and some blue jewels to make it less monochromatic and a bit more interesting. And I found this blue lace and the metal black with blue trinket in another new collection ephemera package (Family Recipes).

So don't afraid to mix and match! It works.

Product list:
BoBunny products:
Licorice Doubledot cardstock
Garden Party collection:
Soiree, Fragnant, Party Whimsy, Love Story, Celebrate, Elegant 12'' cardstocks
Hearts laser cut chipboard
Glaze Jewels
Double Dot Emerald jewels
Tuxedo Black jewels
Aqua Jewels
Ever after card dies
Congratulations Card dies
Flourish Dies
Family Recipes Ephemera
Serenity Stickable stencil
Gold Glitter Paste
Gold Shimmer Spray

Pentart products:
Gold Liquid paint

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Make art - Mixed Media canvas with Magenta


Hello my dear crafty friends!
My name is Irit Shalom and I am an Israeli designer. I am totally thrilled to be a DT member for Magenta and I would try to share the most versatile crafty inspiration with you.
So for my first blog post I made the Mixed Media art canvas with quite a lot of Magenta stencils and stamps and it's my tribute to ART.


  
First I worked with stencils and the texture paste and then added acrylics and mists over the canvas. All stamping was made with permanent black ink directly over the canvas and this is a reason that it's not  really dark or visible. Next time I would show you another technique that I love more and the stamping is much more visible.
I made a bit of black pen outlining around the textured images and added the old used paint brush with the flowers as my only embellishments for this project.
Here are some close-ups to the creation:








*****

Produits Magenta utilisés:




Irit Shalom- DT Magenta


  

Popular Posts