Monday, September 18, 2023

#175 Its all about "Birds" this challenge.

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Hi there, Riet here.
 What a nice challenge this is.
Who doesn't love birds.
For this challenge I used the stamps:
This is a stampsheet with individual words and I must say, I use them a lot.

What else did I use:
Stazon midnight blue.
Distress ink,
Evergreen bough,
Peacock feathers,
Twisted citron,
Mowed lawn.
Gold embossing powder.
Blonde moments EP Savory Sky Iridescent,
White gel pen.
Blue and green colored pencils or markers, whatever you prefer.

How I made it.
I started with the 4 distress colors on the craft sheet and a little bit of water.
I ran the paper through that and made ink spots.
I stamped the edges with a stamp from the brushstrokes sheet,
 and Stazon midnight blue.

I forgot to photograph the next step.
But that is not difficult to do.
Take a thin paper and stamp the Gothic window
 with the stazon midnight blue and color it with the pencils or markers.
Stamp the window on the background as well.
Cut out the colored window and glue it to the stamped print on the card.
Give the window some accents with the white gellpen. 
Stamp the Raven with the Versamark and 
sprinkle the dark blue embossing powder on top.
Use a heattool to melt the embossingpowder,
And now you see the beautifull dark blue shine.
Just look how beautiful this dark blue color is.

Now we move on to the grunge tree.
The grunge tree has a frame and I didn't want to stamp it.
So I covered it with tape.
The stamp was inked with Versamark.
Remove the tape before making the print.
Sprinkle with gold embossing powder and use the heat tool to melt it.
I did the edge of the card with my finger. 
Press your finger on the versamark and swipe along the edges.
Sprinkle with gold embossing powder and use the heat tool to melt it.
With the stazon midnight blue the word "Fly" is stamped here and there.
In the window I gave the glass some shade with a dark blue pencil.
And some white accentswith the gellpen on the stone frame of the window.

Hope you liked this tutorial.
And dont forget to join the challenge.
Thanks for visiting the blog.

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