21 April 2018

Mixed media roosters

The new Powder Pink rooster stamp can be stamped as a classic Delfts Blue tile, but you can also modernize is, as Julie Baker has done for us today! She used it for these amazing mixed media cards.

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My card today starts with making some background papers using ink- here I've used Distress Oxides by pressing out the ink onto a heat resistant mat and spraying with some water to mix the colours.  I then pressed an A4 sheet of paper onto the inks until I was happy with the way the paper looked and allowed to dry.  I then laid the Feathers Stencil sheet on top and stippled more ink through the stencil using one of the ink colours until I could see the feather design.

 Now you have your background paper which forms the basis of all the elements of the card.  Cut out a square from the paper and layer onto a mat leaving a narrow border. Stamp the rooster from the set onto your hand-made paper using a water-resistant ink and cut out with scissors.

Stamp the frame from the rooster set onto white paper and layer onto a mat leaving a small border.  Fix the rooster to the centre.   

Die-cut the chicken wire and place on your background mat then fix the rooster mat on top. 

Cut out the feathers from your hand-made paper and a small circle. Also cut some bow die-cuts from the Gift-Wrapping set, and small charms from the Ribbon edge die set in white and darker papers. Stamp a sentiment onto the charm, then layer up onto the feathers, add the bows and then add the small circle to the centre.

 If you like, add a corner die cut to each corner of your card -I've used a very old punch but Marianne have some lovely ones if you have them in your collections!

21april2018 JulieB I've made my cards in a couple of different colours - I love the blue china tile effect and also the more rustic browns - I think I'm going to make a few more in greens and reds/oranges too!

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