torsdag 26 september 2019

Genuine

Hello and welcome,
Thought I'd join the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge this week so made this card using Tim Holtz faceted heart die. The theme is stitch it.


I started by making my colored panels (the background and two more) using distress oxide sprays and heavyweight gloss paper from Ranger Ink. When completely dry I sealed the surfaces using distress micro glaze and wiped off with dry cloth. I also cut a panel of silver metallic corrugated cardstock and treated the edges with some black gesso to take away some of the shiny silver look. Then I colored corrugated cardboard with distress oxide sprays to use as a layer behind my background. As my base I cut a piece of silver metallic kraft stock and sanded the edges.



I created the bricks on my background using one of the dies in Tim Holtz mixed media 3 set to create a paper brick stencil and used it with texture paste mixed with distress paint black sooth and when completely dry also with some distress ink black sooth on top.



I created the heart by first using distress oxide sprays on gloss paper and then distress glaze as described above. I then die cut the heart with the Tim Holtz faceted heart die. I used distress ink black sooth for the edges. I found an old piece of metal wire to wrap around the heart and glued two small metal stars colored with distress crayon chipped sapphire on top. I also used the Tim Holtz 3D star trim to create some more decorations for my background and glued metal stars on top of them.



I sewed around the edges on one of my gloss paper panel and glued it on top of the silver metallic corrugated cardstock. I glued all my layers together before decorating my card.



The quote chip is from Tim Holtz as all the metal decorations except for the metal wire from stash. I have colored the metal decorations with distress crayon chipped sapphire.



Thank you for visiting
Lisa


Challenge

Products used
From Ranger Ink:
- heavyweight gloss paper
- oxide sprays black sooth, pumic stone, rusty hinge, faded jeans, fired brick
- distress ink black sooth
- distress crayon chipped sapphire, black sooth
- distress paint black sooth
- texture paste opaque matte
- distress micro glaze

Tim Holtz Idea-ology:
- stars, buckle, mini hardware pull, hardware heads, quote chip, metallic kraft-stock (silver)

Tim Holtz/Sizzix:
- faceted heart die, mixed media 3, 3D star trim

Corrugated cardstock, silver metallic
Corrugated cardboard

7 kommentarer:

  1. wow Lisa so much to see and take in, I 'study' your work each post and love everything and am in awe of it all....you are a very talented lady..I just wouldn't know where to start...wow...xxxxEnjoy your weekend.x

    SvaraRadera
  2. Hi Lisa, I love all your work, {you probably gathered that by now, haha,} this is yet another fabulous work of art it really is, I only dabble here and there in mixed media but you are just amazing with this style.
    Have a lovely weekend.x

    SvaraRadera
  3. WOW enda ett fantastisk flott kunstverk fra deg. Elsker ALT ved dette xx

    SvaraRadera
  4. Interesting use of all the textures, colours and details. Such a brilliant card.
    Lorraine

    SvaraRadera
  5. Absolutely brilliant Lisa that heart die is brilliant and love the buckles you use-you get the most amazing grungy effects and you can just imagine finding these projects right at the back of a dusty old shed after years hidden away they are amazing keepsakes
    Carol x

    SvaraRadera
  6. Awesome make Lisa! I love the grungy steampunk style! hugs, Maura

    SvaraRadera
  7. So excited to see your wonderful make in the Spotlight at SSS! Yippee!

    SvaraRadera

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