Thursday, June 26, 2014

Fun With Stampendous and Deco Art


Here is my card for today, the info on how I made it is below the Blog Hop information.

 

The excitement continues as conclude our grand tour of amazing artists playing with Stampendous, DecoArt, and Princeton Artist Brushes via inspired by Willow Wolfe products! The inspiration has been amazing, and today you'll be even more astonished! If you missed the beginning of our journey, be sure to go back and check it out! MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Of course, there are prizes! DecoArt is sending three sets of their  Media Fluid Acrylics, Princeton Artist Brushes via inspired by Willow Wolfe is donating Select 3750 Brushes and some Catalyst Wedges, and we'll be adding a Stampendous Creative Palette so you can practice all the techniques you'll see this week.  We'll be sending three prize packages to commenters with U.S. Mailing Addresses, and DecoArt will be sending three generous sample packages to international commenters, so all our friends can play. This week we've shown you how to use Stampendous Rubber Stamps to transfer a terrific pattern for painting. Did you know you can sell your projects made with our images? As long as you hand stamp each one, you can sell as many as you like of any kind of project anywhere you want.  You can find our detailed Angel Policy on our website. One of the terrific prizes is a Catalyst Wedge from Princeton Artist Brushes and inspired by Willow Wolfe. These wedges are terrific for using with our Creative Palette and DecoArt paints. In this video Stampendous owner Fran Seiford demonstrates how easy it is to make amazing backgrounds with these tools. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7UqUFDrTXg&w=560&h=315] Wait until you see what our other artists have created!

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How my card was made
1.  Paint kraftboards from the Kraftboard Royal Heart Kit with Deco Art Acrylic Gesso and let dry, I helped it along with a heat gun. 
2.  Then paint the back board with Deco Art Traditions Red Violet, let dry then crumple up waxed paper, dip it into Traditions Raw Senna and pounce the paint on. 
3.  Paint the shield kraftboard with Traditions Raw Sienna paint, let dry and stamp with the script from Stamps Royal Heart Kit with Tuxedo Black Memento ink.
4.  Cut out the quote from the quote sheet and glue it underneath the shield then glue the shield to the bottom board. Add pink rhinestones.
5.  Place the die-cut double-sided Sticky Panels over the heart and crown, remove the carrier and sprinkle the heart with Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel, heat and add a pink rhinestone to the center.
 
6.  Remove the carrier from the crown, sprinkle with mica chips from the Silence Stack Art Elements Kit, rub off the excess then sprinkle with the pink glitter from the set to fill in any spaces the mica didn't cover.  Add brown and pink rhinestones and glue the crown and heart to the Stack Art piece.
 
 
7. Layer a tan panel onto a rust panel, tie with pink May Arts Ribbon and mount Stack Art piece to papers.
8.  Sprinkle Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel on a tan card and heat from underneath so the Embossing Enamel doesn't blow off.
9.  Mount work to the card.

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30 comments:

bearsmother said...

Very pretty. It's good to let people know they are royalty and are loved.
thanks for sharing this week.

Mema802 said...

Always so creative. Love it.

Mema802 said...

Love your designs

barbara macaskill said...

Pretty card! LOVE the bow and the sentiment is lovely! TFS!

Con said...

I like all your design elements you made for your card. Nice job! a lovely piece to give to someone special or even frame. thanks, -con

Lea said...

Jamie, this is just so cute! I love the added bling! Awesome job!

Steampunk Suzy said...

I adore this piece

Glass Daisy said...

I would love to receive this lols. It's elegant, a card to keep, one that would have pride of place. Thank you so much for taking part in this fantastic week x

erinstewart said...

Lovely card! Erin xx

Claire Boyd said...

Very pretty with regal colours. A beautiful card finished off with a lovely bow

Irish Cherokee said...

Good message and a stunning card Jamie. Great work.

whyducks said...

What a great card!

Tanya said...

Such a lovely card!!

creahetty said...

Beautiful made Jamie, it is heart warming to get such a card.

Candice Schwark said...

What an encouraging card!! Interesting use of color and I love the crown! Thank you!

Stampendous said...

Love your pouncing paint technique. Gorgeous! Thanks for using our Stack Art, you've done a beautiful job with it. Glad you could share with us this week!

pam Hall said...

Really love this card!

BurningRubber said...

I love the colors and design of your card today.

Barbara said...

Lovely card. Thanks for sharing how you created this!

Brandi (@Fitzysmom) said...

What a creative card. Someone is going to love receiving it from you!

Coco said...

A great use of enamel and mica, thanks for sharing this beautiful technique and card!!

Heather Thompson said...

what a fun card., very neat,

Diane said...

Pretty...and love the background and the stack art!!

Sue D said...

Very sweet--I like the heart and the crown.

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful card! I love the shimmery goodness on your heart and crown!

Bev said...

How delightful love the whole effect...

Katie said...

Awesome card! Love this embossing enamel! Great design. :) Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

butterfly said...

Fab card - those gems are a great finishing touch.
Alison x

Sherry Butcher said...

great job, love the sentiment, the elements, the colors and the bow. TFS.

Jade Passmore said...

Looks like someone is a queen or king for the day! What a special card. Thank you for sharing.