Friday, March 14, 2014

Craft Stamper inspiration

This card was made using the inspirational article on mono printing in the latest Craft Stamper magazine. I have entered it into the latest competition over at their blog here.

I used one of my larger acrylic stamping blocks and put the paint onto that. I smoothed the paint around a bit then placed the card on top of the paint. Gave it a good rub then peeled it off. I left it to dry for a day before going back and making up the card.

For the card, I cut the painted card to size then stamped on it using archival ink and Dyan Reaveley stamps. Added a few bits with pens and cut out the curly arrows and the text then added them with foam squares.

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Shairon said...

This is great, Janet! Sounds like I didn't need to spend my money on that gelli plate then....

Tracy said...

Brilliant Janet, great take on the challenge!
So happy you joined us for the take it make it challenge and good luck.
Tracy xxx

Dots Dabbles said...

Hi Janet. I love how the movement of the monoprinting compliments the movement of the stamps! The saying made me laugh ~ so true!
Thank you for joining us at the Craft Stamper Take It, Make It challenge.
Dot x

ElizabethR said...

Great background and I love the sentiment. Thanks for sharing with us at the Take It Make It challenge. Elizabeth x

Anonymous said...

Fantastic card Janet...wonderful colours & texture!
Alison x

Renee said...

Beautiful colors and a great example of the monoprinting technique. Thanks so much for joining us at the Take It Make It Challenge!

Nikki Killinger said...

Fab colours, love it. Thank you for joining us this month. Good luck!
Nikki K. x

Trish Latimer said...

Love the texture on the background, great job! Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper blog challenge this month!

ger76 said...

Great work!
Thanx for joining in the Craft Stampers Make it Take it challenge!
Craft Stamper DT