Monday, March 20, 2017

Layer it up card with video tutorial
Hi everyone,

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

Layer it up can be interpreted in various ways, such as building layers with materials, or even mediums. I made a mix of the two for my card. I started to build up layers with different mediums, such as low Opal Magic Rose Gold and then the Honeycomb stencil with Transparent Texture Paste. When that was dry I've added layers with Distress Ink, and then Infusions Sunset Beach and Golden Sands.


When everything was dry, I started to make even more layers such as adding Crayon Black Soot Distress to the edges. Then it was time for the first layer of material, and no surprises here, it was of course adding some washi tape. After some stamping layers and splashes of Dylusions, I continued to build up with Wildflowers, jute twine, a frame and Droplets.





To join in all you need to do is make a project that fits this weeks challenge and you can be the winner of the $50 gift voucher that our amazing sponsor Simon Says Stamp offers. This prize will go to a random entry. So go over to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge blog, let the DT members inspire you and join in the fun!
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Thank you for stopping by! Love to see you next time!



Catherine said...

I love your textured layers, Sandra! The colors of Infusions you used are so pretty together.

Cathie ♥

Art By Wanda said...

LOVE your card, Sannie!!!

Linda Kunsman said...

love the rustic look you've achieved with your layers and choice of colors-so rich!!

Maureen Reiss said...

Wow!! Really Beautiful!!!

Meihsia Liu said...

Love your beautiful card, Sandra. The background texture and colors are awesome! Love the fabulous layered embellishments, too. :)

Andrea Ockey Parr said...

This is such a pretty card! I love how you made the flower components white so that they stand out so well against that background. And I adore the polka dots you've used as a textural element!

Macarena said...

Great effect of playing with Infusions, as always. I love the dots made with the paste and the white constrasting flowers with the rest of your card. Hugs, Marzena

butterfly said...

Scrumptious background texture - love the grungy look and then the pure white of the flowers over the top.
Alison x

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Sandra, the background is fabulous and I love the white flowers, the whole design is stunning!

Lols x x x

Maura said...

Great card, Sandra! I especially like how you tuck the plants in! Stunning background!! hugs, Maura

Anita Houston The Artful Maven said...

What a gorgeous background, and love the white flowers against it...super eye catching!

Carol said...

Gorgeous - love all the textures and layers xx

Stephanie said...

Totally lovely! I love how the intricate die POPS on top of your background!

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Barbara said...

The card is gorgeous as always! I confess that I ordered Prima acrylics and Infusions after seeing the wonderful background that you have created with them! Amazing work! Barbara

Emma Williams said...

Such a pretty card with so much beautiful texture...this is gorgeous Sandra and I love that background, it's amazing as always! Hugs :)

Petra L said...

Prachtig Sandra en wat gaaf om dit ook even op het filmpje te zien hoe je zoiets maakt. Mij heb je om...ik ga het ook eens proberen.

Lieve groet, Petra

Anna-Karin said...

Beautiful card Sandra! Love the dots and all the textures. And those drops, I got to order those. The white flowers look great on the background. I hope you had a good weekend! Hugs!

Kath Stewart said...

beautiful card Sandra...I love how the white flowers pop out from your stunning background...hugs kath xxx

Sybrina K said...

Sandra, What a striking card! I love those unexpected delicate flowers against your Earth-toned background. So pretty.... :)