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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Stampendous blog hop - Making Texture

This week we're going to celebrate with the awesome Stampendous Design Team and the Dreamweaver Stencils Dream Team all of the two companies have come together and we are excited to be able to kick start this marriage with the great Stampendous and Dreamweaver Stencils products that we at Woodware make available to the UK market.



We'll be offering three prizes in the UK and three in the US.
Each prize package will consist of  Nathalie Kalbach's terrific Grunge Mixed Media Cling Rubber Stamp Sets and the beautiful Zen Butterfly Dreamweaver Stencil!
Both products are ideal for adding texture and backgrounds to your projects!

And that's our theme!! Making Texture.
We hope you'll enjoy the wonderful inspiration that three talented teams
will bring you this week!
Be sure to visit all the blog links listed and leave your comments!
Each comment will count as an entry towards one of the terrific prize packages.




I was sent a stamp and stencils set called NKCRS04 Fiesta from Stampendous.
I used the positive of the ladies head stencil to draw round which I cut out to make the white card shape I needed to create my centre piece.

The elements inside my pack of stamps.
I used Copic markers to colour the skin tone and features
of her face. Using one of the stamps in the set, I used a
Watermark ink and embossed with white powder
her hat and dress. Colour over the top.
Using another stamp I created a background
over an ink piece of card.
Then I sprinkled aged green embossing
 powder and heated from underneath.
Using a Dreamweaver stencil LJ909,
I inked through to colour the edges
of my backing card.
Now my background is ready for
my silhouette.


The finished card. I added detail to her face and hair with a sepia Micron pen.
I also added a feather and some gems to her hat.

Deadline to comment is Sunday, March 29th, Pacific Time. Winners will be picked using random.org and announced Tuesday, March 31st, in the afternoon.
And that’s our theme!! Making Texture. We hope you’ll enjoy the wonderful inspiration that three talented teams will bring you this week! Be sure to visit all the blog links listed and leave your comments! Each comment will count as an entry towards one of the terrific prize packages.
Here are the designer’s sharing the projects today —

Stampendous Blog

Pam Hornschu

Woodware Craft Collection Blog

Jane Gill

Dreamweaver Stencils Blog

Gill Wilson


35 comments:

auscrafts said...

this is a lovely card love the colours

Bunny said...

Very nice. I love that stencil. I'm not sure what it's made of, but it doesn't look plastic.

ricki kalp said...

Jane...this is gorgeous I love this card a lot!!!

Clarissa said...

Wow, a lot of work on that card. It's lovely.
Clarissa. X

Carol w said...

Love those stencils and your lovely lady.

barbara macaskill said...

This is so unique! I love how different it is from the
normal" images that are usually seen! TFS!

rose s. said...

your lady is beautiful - obviously an artist to do her face so nicely :). very pretty and luv the full background.

Pam Beatty said...

Love all of the textures. A very fun composition.

Gavi S said...

Love the ladies hat! Nice card!

LaChelle Shown said...

Jane I love the detail you put in her hat. This is such a great piece!

Christina Doré said...

Wow, this is an unexpected design from Jane. Very clever indeed!

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

What a neat card. So pretty. It is very unique and lovely. The texture is amazing. Well done.

Amante del Papel said...

this ladie looks so beautiful!!!

Stampendous said...

Fantastic! Oh, this is great stencil magic! Love all the texture in the clothing and her hair, face and hat, oh wow! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us this week!

Jean said...

Gorgeous!

Cindy Groh said...

This is stunning. I love it.

CraftyJo said...

Ahh, here she is in all her glory - guess it was just a teaser on the previous blog page. She's lovely.

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

She is beautiful. Love the jewels and the feather.... and of course that great background. TFS

BurningRubber said...

Such a soft pretty card. TFS

Susan Falkler said...

Love the hat, very chic young lady.

Pam Hornschu said...

I really want that hat, Jane! Lovely layering and texture!

Sandi Lou said...

The jewels and feathers in the hat really set everything together. Love the look.

Mary Holshouser said...

Previous blog post comment I said it was flowered - it's feathers and it's still beautiful.
Love all of the depth to the design. The colors are so pretty.
thanks for sharing.

Janis said...

Oh, my....what a lovely technique and result!!! Fabulous art.

Love the photo of your cat!!! I am a cat-person, too. I have 20 of my own!!! Yes, twenty. :) Good thing my hubby is a vet!!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Jan Castle said...

Great Design and execution...love the look - really Cool!
TFS
Jan

Julie Staves said...

Nice idea to have the silhouette in white. Like the decoration too

D.Ann said...

That is gorgeous! The hat, dress and feathers make it FAB!

Sue D said...

Great background for this lady.

Sylvia said...

I thought this was not showing all it the card on the other page! I am so glad to be able to see it up close and all of it. It is beautiful, love all the things you added to make a fabulous background!

ShnabbyStudio said...

Love the stencil!! Beautiful!!

Beatrice Lawson said...

Fabulous! And the feathers and gem in her hat, what a great touch.

Karen Petitt said...

Such a fabulous creation and I loved it the first time I saw it!
Thank you for the step by steps as I've just started trying MM techniques and creating more than cards. I love what you've created with the stamps - so inspiring and so beautiful too.
Thank you for the blog hop and awesome inspirations Karen

Jade Passmore said...

Lovely card. The background is gorgeous.

LChippy76 said...

Love the Colors, Stenciling, & Embellishments!!! TFS!!!

Craftyfield said...

Great details on the hat and dress, gorgeous card!

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