26.06.2017

Stencil It


Welcome to another great Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.



This week we want you to STENCIL IT.
As simple as that so take all your stencils and have fun. 
As always there is a $50 voucher to win 
and spend at Simon Says Stamp Store!
Don't think twice and join us. 


My today's projest is a quite heavy card with the whole background 
covered with texture paste and a cute Leafy stencil by Tim Holtz. 
I really love the deep purples made with some mixed media products. 
Take a look:


On my background I played a lot with Infusions and Metallique paints, 
lots of water and heat drying and all over again. 
First I applied the texture paste through the Leafy stencil and heat dried it. 
Mixed Metallique Paints with water and placed on my background 
randomly letting them pass between the textured patterns. 
I did it several times, drying in between the layers. 
After that I applied the Infusions and played several times too. 
When I was satisfied with the colors, I stamped the frame 
with Bo Bunny Stitches and Archival Jet Black.


Then I took my second panel of watercolor paper and just played 
with Distress Oxide Walnut Stain Ink building the background 
several times until the effect was the one I wanted. 
I also added some Distress Wild Honey Ink to warmer the browns. 
Then I stamped the same frame as on my bigger background 
with Archival Jet Black and some random letters from 
Type Lower Foam Stamp with  Distress Oxide Walnut Stain Ink.
I gave a touch of Prima Vintage Vanity stamp as well. 


Finally I die cut some Wildflowers 2 and colored them with Distress Inks.
Die cut a sentiment with Alphanumeric thinlits from a golden 
mirror cardstock from my stash. 
The sentiment is in Polish and means "100 years" 
which is what we wish on someone's birthday. 
I placed all together with 3D dots and add a twine. 


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12 komentarzy:

  1. The background you created is stunning with the stencilling and those gorgeous rich colours and the 'stitching' brings the whole piece together beautifully!

    It has been a pleasure to work alongside you for this last month! Anne xx

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  2. Fabulous card Macarena :-) I love the purple shades with the browns, very pretty and the leafy stencil design and flowers are beautiful! I also love how you used the die cuts to make the happy birthday in Polish :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  3. This is so pretty, Macarena! The soft shades of purple are amazing with the mixture of brown. I love those colors together. Beautiful!

    Cathie ♥

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  4. Love the way you used the letters and moved them all around, Macarena! That purple is amazing! Awesome details with the sewing and threads! hugs, Maura

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  5. Gorgeous texture and detail! I totally love it! :)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  6. Beautiful layering and texture! Gorgeous work.

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  7. Beautiful stencil work, Marzena and you've created such a stunning background...it really creates such depth, detail and texture ~ I love it! <3

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  8. wow Marzena, this is INTENSE!!!! love the color combo you opted for, so deep!!! I am in love!

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  9. Gorgeous card Macarena! I love the two background layers and all the stenciling. The flowers add the perfect detail to the card.

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  10. gorgeous project Macarena...love the background and the stencilling and the cool way you used the foam stamps...hugs kath xxx

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  11. Once again you've proven yourself to be the Queen of Texture! This piece is so incredibly inventive. I especially love how you incorporated a metallic element and how you did the texture on the purple part especially.

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  12. Marzena your style is unique! I thnik you are the Queen of Purple, you use yhis color in a wonderful way! Love this! Stunning project as always, fabulous choice of colors!

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