Thursday, June 11, 2020

Hallo, Its me, Riet, with a happy post.

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# 100 Celebrate
 Party clowns in orange and green.

Hello everyone, come and join the challenge at Lost Coast Designs blog.
And what a fun challenge team leader Gail has chosen.
Celebrate, yes let's celebrate life, especially now in corona time.
Join our challenge and lets celebrate and party all together.
You can still join until the 14th, on the 15th there is a new challenge.
Take a chance in winning some rubber.

This is my take on this theme.

What I used:
Black stazon and black distressink.
Dylusion paints and spray’s,
Freshe lime, squeezed orange, polished jade, lemon zest.

In the background I used some Dutch Doobadoo masks.
Wyber, metall 2 and bubbles.

The cutting die’s are from Joy Crafts,  lets party and flags.

Color pencils, or what color medium you like to use.

And now to work, dear stampers, have fun.
I first sprayed the 4 dylusion colors and let it dry. I used  an a4 so that I had some paper for the baloons and flags. I cut the flags twice and the balloons once.
Then used the DDBD masks with the paints. And cut a piece of paper 12cm x 20cm.
In the time it is drying I stamped with black stazon the clowns and colored them.
Now the background has dried I used a black and white color pencil
Around the bubbles and wyber masks.With some black distress I made the shadows on the flags and balloons. Now cut out the clowns and glue them on with the flags and balloons. I always matt my work, but it is not necessary.

Hope you enjoyed this little tutorial.
And please show as your work and join the challenge.
There are some nice prices to win.


  1. Love this cheerfull card! Nice colorcombo also. Love Hannie

  2. Great card love the colors!!! Great card!


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