Sunday, 17 February 2008

I feel like dancing....

I am sorry its been a week since my last post, between work, life and other various traumas that life puts in our path, I haven't been able to blog.

I was contacted last week by a lady in America who was asking about my smiling beetle car stamp that I had got from Clevercut, and since she wasn’t able to get the stamp in the States I offered to send her some stamped images, anyway after a few emails we came to an agreement to send each other a set of 3 images stamped several times.

The card below is the card I sent with my images.
I played with my Adirondack alcohol inks again, this time on gloss paper with the blender, it was great fun and I loved the result. I simply stamped the image on white card stock, coloured it with Prisma pencils and blended with white spirit, and chalked the background. I matted it on to some coordinating green card stock and then blue card stock then the background I had created with the alcohol inks, and then black card stock and finally the base card! Each layer was finished with some dots in white, pale green or navy inks.


Stamp - #MS114 from the Merry Stamper range at Ibrake for stamps
Adirondack Alcohol inks in denim and Bottle
Stazon ink in Jet black
Green Navy and Gloss cardstock
Prisma pencils
white spirit
White, pale green and navy Sakura pens
Blue chalk

And below is a little teaser for some young ladies who get cards from me every month or so.......what do you think I have made with the items below! **wink** if you aren't going to play fair neither am I **wink** (picture me sticking my tongue out here!)


Andrea, said...

Fabulous card, love the image

Erin Bigler said...

OMG..this is beautiful! I LOVE your style and so glad to have "discovered" your inspiration (because you left a comment on SCS for one of MY cards...don't you just love how that works?!). I've "favorited" your blog so I can keep on gettin' inspired! TFS,

craftyscot said...

I love this card Jukie, what a great stamp

Petal said...

Wow! love the card and if I have to guess, then I think you made a Paper Aeroplane :P LOL.