Monday, October 10, 2016

1 Die 8 Looks: Part 6 - Stamping with a Die Cut

Hi there,

this is the next part of my series over at the Karten-Kunst Blog. Part 6 is all about stamping with a die cut:

  • create a background on a stitched panel of watercolor paper using Distress Inks (Rusty Hinge, Broken China, Walnut Stain, Peeled Paint), a non-stick craft sheet and water from your Mini Mister
  • cut out the Memory Box Sketch Daisy from foam rubber and mount it on an acrylic block
  • stamp with the foam rubber stamp and Versafine (Onyx Black)
  • add some black splatter with Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors and a watercolor brush
  • add a strip of black cardstock and a strip of copper foiled cardstock to the left side of the panel before adhering it to a cardbase
  • use a sentiment from the Ideaology Small Talk sticker set to finish the card
Here are the links to the other parts:

Part 1 - Black Silhouette against Alcohol Ink Background
Part 2 - Flower against Watercolor Background
Part 3 - Vellum Cutout
Part 4 - Embossing with the Die
Part 5 - Shaker Card with Flower Silhouette


Sweet Stampin' Challenge - Autumn

The Flower Challenge #1 - Anything goes

Uniko Challenge #36 - Autumn

Allsorts Challenge #384 - Colors of Autumn

A Bit more Time to Craft Challenge #29 - Anything goes


Have a wonderful day.

Yours,





14 comments:

  1. This is a great production !!!!
    Love it !
    All so different !

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  2. Fabulous serie, gorgeous card with rusty autumn colours.
    Thank you for sharing over at Allsorts.

    Welcome to join in my Candy & Challenge, theme is birthday with numbers;-))m

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  3. Gorgeous background and I love that idea of stamping with a die cut - so creative. Thanks for linking up at Uniko.

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  4. Love the background and the gorgeous simple flower you have used. A fabulous selection of cards and a great use of the die in many different ways.
    Thank you for joining our Colours of Autumn challenge this week at Allsorts.

    Kath

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  5. Great inking and design, many thanks for joining in at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

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  6. Gorgeous background and a fantastic way to stretch your dies by stamping with them! Super card, thank you for playing along in The Flower Challenge, Lisa DT xx

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  7. Beautiful cards and great backgrounds!

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  8. Great card, neat technique! Cathy x

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  9. Great card, neat technique! Cathy x

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  10. Wow you have been busy! Wonderful layered background & inspired stamping with die cut x

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  11. WOW!! what a gorgeous way to stretch your dies!!! Love all the cards you made with this pretty flower one, I specially love the one with the water color background.
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful cards with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE, hope you join us again next time.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.DT

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  12. What?! I'm so going to try this

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  13. Fabulous selection of cards! It's amazing how many different looks you can get with one die. Thanks so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge.

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  14. Such a fun technique and FABulous card, thanks for sharing something new for me. Also, thanks so much for joining in at Uniko and my apologies for popping by so late to comment. Hugs Bev x

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