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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

{Spotlight Project} Stamping on Modeling Paste


Hello, everyone! I've got another one layer mixed media card to share. I played with modeling paste, Inktense pencils, Gelatos, and Dylusions acrylic paint with a couple stamp club sets. I tried to keep it CAS, but in the end I still couldn't resist adding splatters ;-) Here's the card:


I started by creating a wonky frame on my card base. I did this with several post-its. To create ragged edges, I tore masking tape.



Next, I applied a liberal amount of modeling paste, stamped the rose from Blossom Overture while the paste was still wet, and then dried the whole thing with the heat gun.




After removing the masking tape and post-it notes, I colored the rose with Inktense pencils and blended the colors with a waterbrush.




Then I sponged black Dylusions paint over the same rose stamp and stamped over the impression.



I scribbled a couple of Gelatos (lemon and gold champagne) and again used a waterbrush to blend the colors.



I always gotta have some faux grungy textures so I stamped a couple of those from the Mixed Media Grunge set in black Ranger archival ink.



I finished the card by stamping the sentiment and the grungy/distressed chevrons. Oh, and I also added splatters by flicking my waterbrush against a couple of Inktense pencils and doing so created tiny splatters.



I hope you enjoyed my tutorial. See you in a couple of weeks!





Products Shery used in today's project:


    


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15 comments:

  1. Nice technique.. Very beautiful. Love the coloring

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  2. What a fabulous card - must try that technique when I can stamp again - I'm getting there :-)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Love this tutorial; thank you for sharing!

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  4. Whoa! Great technique Shery! This is a must try i guess :)
    Suchi xx

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  5. I never tried stamping on modelling paste ,it looks fabulous ! Thanks for the photo tut :)

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  6. WOW, this turned out great. That modeling paste technique is the bomb. (Gotta try this.) The card is really spectacular, perfectly colored and so cheery.

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  7. This turned out nicely!! Looks like you found the step-by-step photos too:) Glad you did.

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  8. WOW - exquisite and so super lovely!! Amazing to see how you did this - looks so awesome!!

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  9. I just love this!! Great one layer card that rocks!!

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  10. This is sooooo fun Shery. I loved your tutorial - such a neat trick for such a LOVELY outcome. Thanks bunches for sharing such a SUPER creation. j.

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  11. Absolutely fabulous! Lots of cool techniques xxx

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  12. Woo hoo! I was having trouble getting my image in the modeling pase but being persistant paid off!! I have my image and now to color!! I love this technique and am so excited to finish it...weekend project!!

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  13. Lovely card. Great technique. Fab splats. Hugz

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