Sunday, 31 August 2014

She Was Full Of Wonder by Lynne Moncrieff




 

 

I have a card to share this week where I have created a background which has no stamping but there is texture in the form of modelling paste used with a stencil and a painterly effect achieved with the use of Twinkling H20s.
 

SUPPLIES

Twinkling H20s Shades of You (I also used various Twinkling H20s I already had in my stash)
Watercolour Paper (substitute with Ranger Watercolour Paper)
Palette Knife (or old credit card)
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Tiny Attacher

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Create texture and pattern at top and bottom edges of watercolour paper panel using the butterfly component of the Mini Specimens Stencil and Light Modelling Paste.
 
 
 
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(If you are a cardmaker or enjoy working on tags then Light Modelling Paste is a worthwhile investment, keeping the heavier texture paste for canvas, wood and substrates other than cardstock)
 

Randomly apply Gesso. Leave to dry before applying a variety of Twinkling H20s. Ensure you work with very wet paints to create drips by continually misting with water.
 

Heat set, abrade the edges then adhere to pre-scored 6”x4” cardbase (or create cardbase from white cardstock). 
 

Create a wash of Twinkling H20s onto white cardstock. Stamp Think and Wonder girl. (If you stamp when the cardstock is ever so slightly damp you get a lovely diffused effect which is nice for vintage style stamps). Re-ink fretwork border of stamp. Cut and tear around this element and layer onto main image. Also stamp the word wonder and stamp butterfly from Jane’s Garden three times. Fussy cut and ink edges. Adhere stamped elements to cardbase, adorning the girl’s hair with one of the butterflies.
 
 
 
 
 

Embellish card with Prima paper flower and bakers twine, attaching with Tiny Attacher.

 

Until next time,
 

Lynne

14 comments:

  1. The background looks beautiful Lynne, such a pretty card! xxx

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  2. The background is fantastic, Lynne, beautiful card. TFS.
    XO Marie

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  3. Stunning Lynne, that H2O background looks fantastic and really sets that lovely girl off so well!

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  4. I've always admired this AO image so much and recently a friend gave the plate she is on to me. I can't wait to use her! Your interpretation with its lovely background, delicate texture and exquisite stamping is a real inspiration! Thank you once again for sharing something so lovely. Julie Ann xxx

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  5. this is beautiful lynne. the colours are gorgeous and the background shows great texture. love the image too. hugs rachel x

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  6. This is gorgeously textured Lynne and the pretty soft colours suit your image perfectly.
    Fliss xx

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  7. Wow this is beautiful! Such a lovely image and the background is awesome! xxx

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  8. Lovely card, the shade of pink is my fave, of course! Thanks for the useful hint!

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  9. That delicate background Lynne has fabulous depth - pretty yet thought provoking card. Nicola x

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  10. Stunning card Lynne, I adore the image & beautiful soft colours...Hugs May x x

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  11. So beautiful with the butterflyes in that moddeling paste ,dear Lynne, and your background is stunning in the H2o- such a wonderful effect. The wonder" girl stamp is lovely, and so sweet with the butterflies you attached, and -yes I love the pink flower in the corner !!!
    Hug from me- xx

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  12. Absolutely adorable Lynne!! Hugs, Coco xxx

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  13. So beautiful! Thank you for sharing how you made this lovely background. I have this plate and must have a go,

    Lucy x

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  14. A lovely card Lynne.
    xxx Hazel.

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