The background is the second 'blot' or print taken from a very bright Distress Oxide background I made. I placed another piece of card over it to take off the excess which wasn't enough so I blotted it again and actually liked that better than the original .
and layered image onto Acetate. I created
the matching background using a sponge applicator with Distress Oxide
paint and Twisted Citron) with a few water splots to take some colour
away. The Watering and Wheelbarrow die cut out of craft card and
inked with Antique Linen Distress oxide and sprayed to bring out the colour.. adding pencils
The image on this card is from the other new Jane Shasky card making pad called Birds in the Garden. The Garden corner Signature die was coloured to match the image using Distress Oxide inks. I cut the Morning Glory Signature die multiple times from cream card and arranged around the outside of the image, I think it created a faux embossed look. I added a little piece of tulle to the top left corner behind the image.. I wanted some ribbon somewhere on this card but new it would be too much.. so went for the almost invisible look of tulle.. I think it has added a softness to the card.
If you look closely you will see that the Trellis Arch Signature die has been repeated each side of the cream coloured one but with Kraft card, I cut off the top part to create the fence panels also using some of the waste to make the stepping stones. The Swing Seat Signature die has been cut 3 times to give a more 3D look once layered up.
I created the background for this image using Oxide inks
I inked with a sponge roughly where I wanted an impression of colours and then lightly sprayed it leaving it to dry.. the inks have a wonderful reaction when water is applied.
All the flowers for container flowers were die cut and dipped into the inks after adding some sprayed water.. leaving them to dry.
The background for the image has been done in the same way as the card above it. I love how the inks give such a soft and yet vibrant look all in one! The Swing seat looks like it's in mid swing Lol.. (happy accident Lol)
The pretty blue flowers are the Morning Glory vine die that I have coloured in and cut up to add the the basket. If you are interested.. to create a mossy basket I stuck the die onto double sided tape and added green flowersoft.
Thanks for visiting today.. come back very soon for the next lot of samples.
I can't believe that my oldest Son is 36 years old today!. where has the time gone?
.. anyway, I made him a card with the Game of Thrones in mind and decided to send a Raven Lol...
Here it is:
I really enjoyed making this card for him because I got to use the wonderful Distress Oxide ink pads. For the background I smudged some of the Black soot, Faded Jeans and Twisted citron down onto the craft sheet and spritzed it with water and then put the card down on the top of it to soak up the colour and kept doing this until most of the colour was gone on the craft sheet, I think I added a few more spritz with the water too. I dried the card with my heat gun and once it was dry I flicked some more water all over and then blotted with a tissue.. I love the effect!
I found a copyright free photo of the raven and printed him out 3 times so that I could layer him up and the scroll is just a piece of paper that I aged using Antique Linen distress oxide and then going round the edges with some of the Walnut stain... Then, I wrote 'Happy 36th Name Day' and a message to my Son, rolled it up and tied with the ribbon which I had attached onto the card before I assembled it by cutting 2 slits and threading the ribbon through ready to tie the scroll onto.
I used a wet brush to write 'the north will always remember' in the corner because I didn't want it to dominate the card..it's so faint that you can hardly see it.
Well, I gave it to my Son earlier today and he loved it.. and the voucher I put inside LOL...
Thanks for visiting today and for reading how I made this card.
Joanna Sheen was on TV the other day with the brand new Christmas 2017 Signature dies. I designed these for Joanna and had a lot of fun making some of the samples that she needed for the shows. The other ladies in the design team that made samples made some amazing ones.. you can check them out here.