Sunday, 4 May 2014

A Past Generation by Lynne Moncrieff


 
 

 

This week is a card featuring Artistic Outpost’s Generation Redux stamp set.

 

Supplies

Manilla Shipping Tag (substitutes:- CraftyIndividuals Mixed Tag Pack or Ranger Manilla Tags)
Soft Brush (I use an artist watercolour brush)
Idea-ology Tiny Attacher
White Cardstock or 7”x5” pre-scored cardbase
Jute string, lace, lace rose, stained seam binding and stained guipure lace

 

Background

Onto watercolour paper apply texture with Mini Gothic Romance stencil and Maimeri Light Modelling Paste.

Once dry apply a mixture of Twinkling H20s - ensure watercolour paper is wet before applying the Twinkling H20s. Continue to mist with water and dry with heat gun. 

Apply Tea Dye Distress Paint to the relief areas. 

Stamp floral stamps from Generation Redux with Distress Ink Tea Dye, mist with water then dry with heat gun.
 


 
 

Take a baby wipe, apply pressure to remove some of the paint, in particular remove from the relief areas.

Adhere panel to cardbase, abrade edges before sponging with Distress Ink.

Adhere vintage lace to panel. Lay panel aside for the moment.

 

Tag

Mist tag with water before applying Twinkling H20s. Allow the paint to drip down the tag.  Dry with heat gun but not completely dry.

Stamp girls with Rich Cocoa (I like the effect of the stamped image onto the slightly damp tag). Tear bottom edge.

Ink up the flower element with StazOn and stamp onto scrap piece of the painted watercolour paper. Ink edges of the flower. Layer over the main image.

Onto the tag, stamp texture stamp and floral stamps with Distress Ink Tea Dye.

Abrade edges, sponge Distress Ink onto the edges.   

Ink up text only, from one of the other stamps in the Generation Redux set onto another piece of the prepared watercolour paper. Staple to right side of tag.

Stamp Crafty Individuals Postcard onto scrap of book page, inking edges. Adhere to bottom edge of tag.

Embellish tag with stained lace, stained seam binding, lace rose and jute string tied into a bow. 




 

Card

Adhere tag to cardbase.

Stamp numbers onto another piece of the prepared watercolour paper. Ink edges.

Adhere to top corner of cardbase. Embellish with stained guipure lace.

 

Until next time,
 

Lynne

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful tribute to a past generation Lynne. Absolutely Stunning. Hugs Rita xxx

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  2. Thank you for sharing the step by step to this gorgeous vintage creation. Love it x
    Crafty hugs Annie x

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  3. super work Lynne - so very beautiful - love it xx

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  4. Stunning Lynne and thanks so much for the step by step. Love that AO stamp and you have used it to such great effect! Lovely vintage make!

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  5. A beautiful creation, the image is lovely.
    xxxx Hazel.

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  6. What a delicate and lovely work of art this card is! The instructions are so clear. I want to rush off and make something using these techniques right now! Thank you Lynne for brightening my day as you always do! x

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  7. A beautiful project Lynne, I love the textures and effects of the Twinkling H20's.
    Alison xxx

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  8. Gorgeous creation... I adore the image...the texture is so beautiful & lovely colours... Hugs May x x

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  9. I knew it would be so beautiful, dearest friend!
    The texture stencil is so lovely, and your painting,and way of colour using, is fantastic Lynne, both on the background and the tag with the two friends.Also the effect of misting with water looks gorgeous.
    Have a great sunday afternoon and evening Lynne.
    Hugs ,Dorthe, xx

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  10. I love the beautiful background , your stencilling and misting looks amazing and I love those beautiful ladies. Anne xx

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  11. It's so lovely and warm in colours!

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  12. Lusciously vintage Lynne. Love it!
    Fliss xx

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  13. So very beautiful! You bring out all the vintage this plate has to offer, love it. xx

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