Mar 13, 2019

Ellibelle's Crafty Wednesday - March Challenge Reminder

Happy Wednesday! Today I am sharing another card I made for my Crafty Wednesday Challenge here in my blog where the themes are:

 "Think Spring" or "Add Some Green"
(or a comination of the two!) 

If you are here to join in, the linky tool can be found at the end of this post. 

Last Saturday it's been raining all day long, and I decided to get out some of my Lavinia stamps. I really wanted to make a canvas print inspired by Brenda's beautiful Allsorts challenge creation, but that didn't turn out as I had planned, so I made this instead using Bristol Vellum as a base.

All stamps I used on this creation are from Lavinia Stamps
All colored inks are Distress Inks or Distress Oxides.
Black ink is Versafine Clair Nocturne. 




I did some masking and inking here using distress inks and oxides. For the sky I used Antique Linen, Victorian Velvet, Seedless Preserves and Blueprint Sketch distress inks/oxides (in that order). The grass area was done with Bundled Sage distress oxide. All background stamping was done with Iced Spruce distress oxide. The black silhouettes were stamped with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink. I don't really like how the distress oxide ink shows through the Versafine clair ink, may need to try stamping the silhouettes with black distress oxide ink, but I don't have that ink pad yet .... Heat embossing really only works if I stamp the fairy first but somehow I always start these card with the background because I don't usually know where I want the silhouettes until the background is done. Any advise is always welcome!!

I  have edited my post to add: some of you may have already seen this, but if not - Scrapbook.com is offering THIS FREE STAMP SET to anyone using coupon code FREE3762 at checkout. This will take the $10.00 price to $0.00. Promo shipping of $2.24 does apply, this is within the US, I am not sure what the promo shipping cost would be outside the US. (Be sure to click on "change shipping" at checkout to select the Promo shipping.) This offer is still valid today 3/13 but I have no idea when it ends. (I just ordered mine!) This is what the set looks like:

Clear Photopolymer Stamp Set - Handmade Essentials



I am also entering my card with these challenges:
Make My Monday - Somehting New - I used new to me stamps // Simon Says Stamp Monday - Girly/Feminine // Catch The Bug - Make a Scene // The Fairy and The Unicorn - something Magical // Mix It Up Challenge - Inked Backgrounds // Pearly Sparkles Challenge - Make it Girly
Anything Goes Themes:
Dare 2B Artzy Challenges // Lemon Shortbread // Through The Craft Room Door // Artistic Inspirations // Crafting from the Heart // Get Creative Challenges  // Path of Positivity // Lil Patch of Crafty Friends // Crafter's Castle // The Corrosive Challenges
Crafting-With-Friends // QKR Stampede




If you would like to join in this month's Crafty Wednesday challenge, or if you'd like to enter a 2nd or 3rd creation, simply use the linky tool below. As a reminder, this month's prize is a $6 gift certificate to Tiddly Inks or Bugaboo (winner's choice), sponsored by me.




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25 comments:

  1. This is sooooooo gorgeous! LOVING those fairies and the colors!!!!

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    1. Thank you so much, Julie! The fairies really are gorgeous!

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  2. So beautiful with the fairy silhouettes and all the lovely color! Such a great way to use the spiral stamp! Thanks for sharing with us at Path of Positivity! ~Katrina

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    1. Thank you Katrina! Happy I was able to share at Path of Positivity!

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  3. Beautiful card and background love the silhouette stamps.Thank you for joining us at Crafting With Friends
    Carol DT x

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  4. Amazing scene, love how you put together the stamps with the amazing background! In my opinion it looks just perfect!

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  5. Awesome back ground and I love whimsical images . thanks for sharing with us here at http://ttcrd.blogspot.com/
    Good luck with your entry
    Shirley-Anne DT

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  6. Beautiful card, love how you have made the scene. Thanks for sharing at LPCF today

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  7. What a stunning card and scene, I love the silhouette stamps!

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  8. A stunning card. Thank you for joining in the challenge at Crafting From The Heart.
    Mary

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    1. Thanks Mary, happy I could join in this time!

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  9. That looks so magical! Thanks for making a scene with us at the Catch the Bug challenge blog this week - good luck in the draw. Please join us again soon.
    Jen L
    Bugaboo DT

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    1. Thanks Jen. Loved creating this scene and hope to play along again soon!

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  10. Such a lovely, magical fairy card. This technique works great with fairy images.

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    1. Thanks Amy, and yes it's such a fun technique for these silhouette fairies!

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  11. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Get Creative, good luck!!! Amy DT

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  12. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at MIU, good luck!!! Amy DT

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by, Amy! Glad I could join in at MIU and Get Creative this time!

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  13. Such a lovely card, it's magical card. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

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  14. Such a stunning card! I love it
    Thanks for playing along with us!
    Ana Isabel Owner and DT Coordinator at Corrosive Challenge blog.

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