maandag 17 april 2017

Splash card with video tutorial

http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/
Hi everyone,

It's Monday and that means a new Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! This week it's all about "Splash".



I've made a lot splashes for this card, in the sense of lots of water and creating splashes with Infusions. First I created bubbles with the Bubble stencil and Texture Paste. Then I applied Opal Magic Green Gold paint with the Silicone Brush. This makes the surface resistant. This enabled me to make many extra splashes.
 

With the Blending tool I applied Black Soot Distress Paint through the stencil. Then I doodled with White Gelly Roll pen to pull the dandelions more into the foreground. With Black Soot Distress Crayon I gave them some dimension.


 

 

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Thank you for stopping by! Love to see you next time!

Hugs,
Sandra

16 opmerkingen :

  1. I love the combination of colors on your card, Sandra, and the dandelion stencil is so fun. Gotta put that on my wishlist.

    Cathie ♥

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  2. Look at all that yummy texture!! Love it! Gorgeous shades of green and brown. I hope you had a great Easter Sandra!

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  3. Fantastic playing with Infusions as always. I see you're addicted but don't stop, it always turn out stunning. I love the dandelions you made with the stencil. What a creative result! Hugs, Marzena.

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  4. I could watch you all day. I bought some distress crayons in black, off white and brown.. think there's another color.. I tried to do like you and got a hot mess.. But I am not going to give up. I love what you create and you're an inspiration.. Thanks for the videos

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  5. super card and colors Sandra! I tend to have a really hard time making cards with darker color. Thanks for sharing the video process too:)

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  6. Cool project! I just love the bubble color stencil! :)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  7. Gorgeous card Sandra, the background is awesome and I love the colors and how you used the white gel pen, absolutely fabulous 😍❤️

    Luv
    Lols x x x

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  8. This background is AMAZING! Wow, I just love the effect. Hugs, Autumn

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  9. This is such a fabulous card! Sandra. Love the beautiful texture on the background. :)

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  10. The infusions are so interesting and look like fun--they work perfectly with your style.

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  11. I love this, Sandra! It has me thinking of all the green growing plants in spring, it is so richly colored! Love the bubble trees and wonderful use of the Infusions! hugs, Maura

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  12. Love that stencil, and the painterly look of this is fabulous, Sandra... I love the depth of colour and light and shade - magical.
    Alison x

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  13. I adore this, Sandra and love the effects that you achieve with the Infusions, they just create such wonderful depth to your backgrounds! Hugs xx

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  14. love the texture you created on the background and those amazing circle flowers...hugs kath xxx

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  15. Queen of Infusions! You create always wonderful effects with them! love this combo colors! great card as always! Barbara

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