Friday, 21 April 2017

Miss you for Leonie

Hello lovely peeps


I'm back with another card made with Leonie's Typography collection, this time combined with some Metal Leaf from Pebeo.

To make the background I dabbed some Distress Inks  - faded jeans, tumbled glass and weathered wood - onto my craft mat and spritzed with water


before dragging some Sheena Stamping Card through


I dried each layer with my heat gun before repeating the process to build up interest and texture. On the last layer I added some 'Ice Drop' Sparkle Pen for a bit of shimmer


For the overlay I spread some Pebeo Gilding Paste from the tube onto a piece of Cut and Dry foam, 'inked' up Leonie's Funky Tree stamp with it and stamped onto a piece of vellum


 You can just about see the glue on the vellum :o)


When this was dry I rubbed on some Pebeo silver metal leaf.
It only took me three attempts before I remembered that it has to go foil side up when you apply it :o)


I flipped the vellum over and coloured in the reverse of the tree with Promarkers


then tore the edges of the vellum and I dabbed some Pebeo Silver Gilding Wax along the rough edges. To attach it to the background layer I wrapped the top and bottom of the vellum around the background layer and taped it down.


For the greeting I attached some Stick-It double-sided adhesive to a darker piece of spritzed card and die-cut the small script letters using Leonie's Typography dies.


I peeled the plastic carrier sheet off to reveal the adhesive and applied some more Pebeo silver leaf.


I stamped one of the Banners and Frames stamps onto the darker spritzed card and cut it out with a small border.  The letters were attached with Collall Tacky Glue


The whole thing is attached to a 6"x6" white card blank.


I would like to enter this in the following challenges:-
Simon Says Stamp (Mon) Splash It On
My Time to Craft #343 No Designer Papers
Cards und More  #182 - Monochrome 
Stamping Sensations  Anything Goes 
Passion For Promarkers Challenge #391 Going dotty (used Promarkers)
Lost Coast Designs #35 - Favorite Background Technique (ink smooshing)

Thanks for stopping by,
Katrina x

16 comments:

  1. Great card- thanks for playing at Passion for Promarkers x

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  2. You've used some fab techniques on this inky card, Katrina! Love the soft, cool colour tones and touches of silver. Thanks for playing along with my challenge this week at Passion for Promarkers! Lisa x

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  3. This is stunning thanks for the tutorial Love and hugs Carole x

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  4. Thank you for joining in at the lost coast background challenge. The background with all the blues came out so good. It reminds me of a stormy sky.

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  5. A beautiful project. Thanks for joining Passion for Promarkers. Elaine

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  6. Very cool project, love the finished card. Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations.
    Pinky

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  7. Wow this is fabulous thanks for sharing at Passion for promarkers

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  8. Wow! What an interesting technique! This is just beautiful Katrina! Thanks for sharing it with us at Passion for Promarkers this week. Linda

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  9. This is lovely Katrina, I really like the silvery blues. Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Lost Coast Designs and have a fun weekend. Sue xx

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  10. Love your beautiful creation! The colors you created are awesome. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)

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  11. Gorgeous this card. I love how you showed your way to make this card.
    Thanks for joining us at Cards und More.
    Good luck!! Michelle (DT)

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  12. Beautiful entry for the Lost Coast Designs Monthly Challenge! Thanks for taking part.

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  13. Beautiful card Katrina. I love the image and your colouring on the vellum looks amazing. A great way to incorporate dots on your project and I love the soft colour scheme. Thanks for sharing with us at PFP this week. Hugs, Denise x

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  14. What interesting textures and a cool technique. I love the silver leaf! So glad you are playing along in the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity "Favorite Background Technique" challenge. :)

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  15. Such a stunning card. Love the colours. Thanks for joining us at My Time to Craft
    ~DT Deb x

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Katrina xx