Friday, 14 March 2014

Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge . . . Inspiration

Hello sweet friends, just popping by with some more inspiration for
here`s a quick reminder of the theme -
Technique: Add paint in a random way to an acrylic block, then pull a print from it (as you would if using a Gelli plate!) Use this print as a background for your project, or cut/die cut the print and use it in any other way on your project.
 I had a great time using - 
Dylusions Ink Sprays
a sprinkling of Pan Pastels mixed in
to create my mono print on an old book page.
I am an impatient kind of gal when waiting on things to dry . . . 
who me?
Yes me, lol!
So out came my heat tool and I have to tell you I looove how the modelling Paste kinda blew and rippled making the most gorgeous touchy feel paper . . . but I have to also tell you that the old book page now feels like a fabric, so very soft now.
The only other thing I added to the background was a touch of polka dots, script stamp and my wonky tonky stitching.
I adore this butterfly by
Unity Stamp Co.
Christy Tomlinson - Through the Changes.
I sprayed a little Dylusions ink onto my craft mat,
 then applied it to the stamp with a brush, 
 finishing with a sprinkling of Metallic Pan Pastel on top
 popping another book page on top and pressing down, kinda back to front but found it the best way when stamping with inks.
Next I inked the stamp up with a black Archival ink pad and stamped, it shows up the shadows on the stamp.
A little doodle doo and the letters snipped from more book pages gave me my title.
That`s all from me today but be sure and stop by the
Craft Stampers Blog
for even more inspiration from the team
you will not be disappointed, I promise!

Linking up to my lovely friends with Flair over on the Unity Stamp Co. blog.
Thank you so much for taking the time to look.
Till next time
Big hugs


Linda . J said...

Wow Tracy I love everything about this, the colours, style, texture and the image, just beautiful.
Hugs Linda

Zoe said...

Fabulous project Tracy, I love the muted colours and always love using text paper, gives such fab texture! Xx Zoe xx

Ink Art Designs said...

Tracy, that wonky tonky stitching makes a beautiful frame lol. And it's a gorgeous rippling effect that you have created! The way you discribe it makes me want to reach out and touch it.
Dot x

rachel said...

this is super Tracey - love it xx

toni said...

Lovely !great background and gorgeous butterfly x

glitzzy said...

Wow stunning butterfly love the textures you have created another beautiful work of art xx

ElizabethR said...

Gorgeous and I love what happened to the paste, it looks fab! Elizabeth xxx

Kate said...

This is great ...i was looking at this challenge earlier but haven't got any paints :( Maybe something else will come to mind so i join in.
Kate xx

Renee said...

When I first saw this I thought it was a quilt. All of the elements made it so gorgeous, well done.

Anonymous said...

Very pretty Tracey. I love it. Hugs~Patti

Traceyr said...

Simply gorgeous Tracy. :)

Gaylynn said...

Oh my.... This is stunning work. Gorgeous in every way, Tracy. :)

Paula-Scrap Addict said...

oh wow! I LOVE all the texture and the colors

Angeline Choo said...

Tracy, this is amazing!! I'm glad you are back on FWF. So inspiring :)

Tracy said...

Hiya Kate and thank you!
You could try inks or spray mists...they give great effects too.
Would be great to see you join in.xxxxx

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

When something makes you want to reach out and run your fingers over it, it's a winner. Your project sure did that to me.

butterfly said...

Lovely, lovely butterfly!
Alison xx

Donna K said...

What an extremely moving project. Love your textures and muted colors Tracy. Can't help but be moved and inspired by this gorgeous page. Your work is lovely.

Tracy said...

Thank you Renee:-) xxx

Tracy said...

Thank you so much Dot :-):-):-)

Tracy said...

Thank you so much Donna:-) xxx

Miwa said...

Wow, what a beautiful project, love it ! :)

Annmaree of Oz said...

Gorgeous butterfly Tracy! I love your texture and colours, great sentiment also!