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Thursday, February 25, 2021

{Throwback Thursday} Ghosting Techniques with Gloria

   

Hey, STAMPlorations friends! It's Thursday, which means it's time for Throwback Thursday! We have the very talented Gloria Hayoung Lee returning as guest designer and I'm so pleased to have her back! Make sure you comment on this post for a chance at a $15 prize code. Every month, we draw 7 winners, with the winners randomly drawn from all posts published during the month. The more posts you comment on, the more chances you have.

    

Here's Gloria with her projects:

Hello everyone! This is Gloria. I am so excited and happy to be a guest designer for Throwback Thursday! I have three cards for share with you colorful stencil background cards. 

I inspired talented and fantastic card designer Deepti MalikI was inspired by her colorful cards, and decided to use ghosting techniques on my cards.

Here is the inspired card. The specific card I've selected is one she created for Spotlight Project. You can see detail from here.

The Throwback card

Ready to see how Deepti inspired me?

Project #1

I blended with bright Distress Oxide inks on the white card stock and I used a mini mister to spray water on the stencil and laid it on the inked panel.

Honeycomb delight stencil
Bloom doodles clear stamp
Thanks chipboard (will be available in the store in March)
wilted violet, milled lavender, fossilized amber Distress Oxide inks


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Project #2

I stamped with the Bloom doodles clear stamp on a white card stock and fussy cut them. I didn't color the stamping flowers because the background was gorgeous.

blueprint sketch, salty ocean, peacock feathers, twisted citron Distress Oxide inks


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Project #3

I die cut the sentiment with Beautiful word die and black card stock.
I used the ghosting technique, on three cards.


festive berries, spun sugar, picked raspberry Distress Oxide inks


The beautiful stencil designs and the bright colors of the Distress Oxide inks matched, making great designs. Thanks to Deepti for inspiring me.

Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!!!

17 comments:

  1. This technique looks amazing, I must try this

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  2. Super cool technique and gorgeous cards Gloria!

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  3. Love the technique and your cards turned out so pretty.

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  4. Great share and projects showing the techniques.

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  5. Love the stencil work! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. Fabulous cards with great inspiration and what wonderful effects with those stencils. The flowers look great too uncoloured x.

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  7. Wow what a beautiful effect this technique creates...love these cards.

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  8. I'm always amazed by this technique when I try it! Love the effect! Pretty cards with these awesome stencil designs!

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  9. Gorgeous cards! Love this technique and the fabulous colors!!!

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  10. I can't wait to try this technique - I love it! Your ink blending is gorgeous!! I struggle with it myself. I don't know if it's the paper I am using or just me. lol

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  11. I have loved making use of stenciling and so glad to see it being so popular in the paper craft industry. My grandmother was a stenciler and as a child I remember the layered stencils she would paint onto cloth for her many beautiful pillow cases and other projects she would use them on. Making use of stenciling makes me feel like I am carrying on a legacy of hers.

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  12. Fabulous technique to
    use and the cards all
    look gorgeous!
    Carla from Utah

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  13. Very pretty. I like this technique and your choice of colors.

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  14. wow, great techniques and cards are fantastic!

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