Theme & Sketch Challenge | Mixed Media Challenge | CUTplorations Challenge | CAS Card Challenge
The Never-Ending Anything Goes Challenge | Spotlight Project Showcase | Challenge Rules


MAY CHALLENGES Winners are here. Winners, please claim your prize by June 20.

Check out our Spotlight Projects then link up yours in the Spotlight Project Showcase gallery and win!

Check out our Inspiration Projects for this month. Comment and win spending money on the STAMPlorations shop!

Check out our Stencil Sunday posts for project ideas using stencils and stamps!

Love mixed media? Check out our Mixed Media Tutorials here.

Join our STAMP CLUB! Enjoy lots of perks: free stamps, stencils & dies; gift certificates; and free worldwide shipping.


Come celebrate our 4th birthday with us! Hop and comment for a chance to win gift certificates and grab bags of new products! Click here for DAY 1. (Hop ends 7/3)
***
Link up your STAMPlorations Wishlist for a chance to win up to $50 worth of products! Click here. (Linky closes 7/3)
***
Check out COLOR BLOOMS, our coloring book designed for cardmakers, crafters, and mixed media artists!


Tuesday, December 29, 2015

{Spotlight Project} Turn a Mess into a Card with Cornelia


Hi, Cornelia here today, making a big mess...


The inspiration from this card probably comes from Eileen Godwin - I think she did something along those lines a while ago.....and if it come from somewhere else the I don't remember, although you may want to checkout Eileen's blog anyhow - it's a feast for the eyes!

I started out with picked raspberry distress ink, smearing it onto an acrylic block and spritzing it with water and then pressing it onto my card stock. Repeated the same thing with chipped sapphire.




Pounced some Hero Arts Neon yellow onto the card.



Positioned my Happy Flowers stencil (after I dried the ink with a heat tool) and sponged black soot distress ink onto the stencil.



Added some stamps from the Mixed Media Elements and did some sponging around the edges.




Could not decide on a sentiment - can always add one later.


Hope you liked this. Are you up for making a mess?

See you next year!


Products Cornelia used in today's project:

  SheryRuss_MixedMediaElements    


Mixed Media Elements (October/November 2015) is one of several premium 5x7 sets offered in the STAMPlorations stamp club! We've got lots of perks, including free worldwide shipping, a free 4" by 6" stamp set sent every 3rd shipment (or immediately after signing up for the semi-annual subscription), 2 personal discount coupon codes, and choice of 2 ARTplorations stencils ($10 value) in every stamp club package mailed out to subscribers! For more info and to sign up, click here.

Prize alert! Leave a comment in this post for an entry to our Spotlight Projects random drawing for December. We'll pick ONE (1) commenter to win a $10 gift certificate or her choice of 1 ARTplorations stencil. We'll announce the winner in January.

19 comments:

  1. This looks like a flower in the sunset. Very pretty!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Cor Cornelia! I love, love, love that! I am going to have to try and CASE your stunning card. Thank you so much for sharing how you created it too: something new for me to try Karen xx

    ReplyDelete
  3. My messes never turn out that good. Thanks for the inspiration.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Wow, love your card - it's gorgeously messy!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. This card is so so Awesome!!! Love the messy background...Thanks for sharing... :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. What a gorgeous art deco piece - love it! Love that you can add any sentiment to it as well.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Such a cool and contemporary card! I love the picked raspberry peeking through. Great use of the Stencil and stamp combo! Thanks so much for the inspiring post & Happy Crafty New Year! :-)

    ReplyDelete
  8. This is what I call a "beautiful mess", love it!

    ReplyDelete
  9. What a cool messy card! LOVE the way you use the stencil on top of the inky background :D THANKS for the inspiration!

    ReplyDelete
  10. that's quite a messy card but i really like it! love the bright colors peeking out from under the black flowers!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Very cool card - it's a piece of art! Great inspiration!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Love how your inky mess turned out Cornelia. I love how any watercolored mess can be saved and magically turned into a work of art. TFS my friend.

    ReplyDelete

We love hearing from fellow crafters! Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts with us :o)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...