Thursday, September 17, 2015

Thinking Of You


This week the Stampendous Design Team is playing with some wonderful products that Tombow so generously sent us.  I am sharing the Subtractive Eraser Technique used with a Dreamweaver Stencils  Butterfly stencil and the results are stunning! We are really excited for the upcoming hop with Tombow on September 18-20, be sure to stop by and hop along!



  Here is how my card was made:

1.  Rub a Tombow Mono pencil on an emery board over a white cardstock panel so the "shavings" land on the panel.  Rub the shavings into the panel using a wide sponge.
2.  Place Dreamweaver Stencils LL3037 Butterfly stencil diagonally on the panel and tape two edges with removeable tape so the stencil doesn't move.
3.  Use a Tombow MONO non pvc eraser and erase the pencil color from the paper.  Use the Tombow MONO Zero eraser to get into the small and hard to get to areas.  I was happily surprised how the Mono erasers removed all of the color revealing the bright white paper!


4.  Before removing the stencil, outline the butterfly with a Gelly Roll glitter pen.
5.  Stamp Agapanthus Cluster along the bottom with London Fog Memento ink.
6.  Sprinkle Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel in the top left corner and heat from underneath so it doesn't blow off.
7.  Stamp sentiment from the Encouraging Words Perfectly Clear Set in black over the upper left part of the butterfly.
8.  Add self adhesive pearls to the butterfly body and color the with PP2 Spectrum Noir alcohol pen to make them pink.  Glue to a pink card using Zip Dry Glue.
9.  Tie the left side of the card with sheer light pink ribbon and heat the ends of the ribbon with your heat gun and watch the ends curl.

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16 comments:

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Jamie...this is beautiful! I love the mono draw/stencil technique and the added pink touches go perfectly with the gray monotones of the butterfly. This is inspiring me!

Noreen Fontana said...

I will have to look for the Tombow products! I love Dreamweaver Stencils so I am looking forward to making a project. Thanks for sharing your art.

BurningRubber said...

This is so soft and pretty. I love the pink with the graphite. Beautiful.

barbara macaskill said...

Beautiful!! Very ethereal and dreamy! Perfect for a butterfly! TFS!

Pam Hornschu said...

I love how this technique builds layers, and how pretty when you stamp and add texture on top! Beautiful card, Jamie.

Stampendous said...

Fantastic layering and the Apaganthus flowers in London fog ink actually look like they are in a distant fog. Fabulous layout and techniques on this card, thank you for sharing today!

Lyn Bernatovich said...

The pinks are so beautiful with the graphite grey! This is a lovely card Jamie.

Cindy Groh said...

Beautiful card.

MariLynn said...

This is so pretty. Love how it turned out.

Mary Holshouser said...

Beautiful card.
I love butterflies and this one is great.
I haven't used many stencils but I'll have to change that.
thanks for sharing.
Illinois

Pammejo said...

Fabulous card, love the technique.

Christina Furner-Webber said...

Well this technique is simply amazing!! Who thinks of this stuff?!? Just watched the tutorial and I'm a trying it :-) Your card is really beautiful!! TYFS!! And for sharing this technique!!

D.Ann C said...

Cool technique - MUST try!! Florida

Sue D said...

Lovely butterfly card.
Sue in Ohio

LaChelle Shown said...

Beautiful card! Love the subtle color.

TracyM #6773 said...

BEAUTIFUL card and EXCITING technique!!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!
Tracy from Victoria, Australia