Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Hello You by Donna Gray


Hello everyone, 

Donna here sharing a card with you all today featuring one of Dina Wakley’s stamps.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Here’s What I Did: 

 

I took a blank card and stamped directly on it using a Kaisercraft stamp in black Archival. Using a pink ProMarker to add a little colour to the little butterfly image you can see.
 
 
Next I took a mixture of Ranger Alcohol Inks and dripped them randomly on Yupo paper to get the colourful ‘blotchy’ effect. This can also be achieved using glossy paper too, just make sure it’s a surface where the inks can sit on top of rather then sink in.
 
 
Trim that piece of Alcohol Ink tinted paper up to the size you want, then tape to card using double sided tape.
 
 
Next, take your Dina stamp and stamp on thick, white card using black Memento as we are colouring with a mixture of ProMarkers.
 
 
Cut out, adhere to the card using a sticky foam pad and then add a sticker from the new Tim Holtz Small Talk sticker book and there you have it. A quick card but I think an effective one ;)
 
 

Supplies Used: 

 

Kaisercraft Stamp
 
 
Hope you like it
 
Donna x

10 comments:

  1. Love the quirky(!) mix of styles, Donna. A real original.

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  2. Fabulous! The Gal looks good. Love the border of scrummy colour.
    Love
    Amanda x

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  3. Fresh, modern and totally cooooool card!!!

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  4. Wow, wonderful bursts of colour Donna! Another bright and cheery creation to make me smile. hugs :)

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  5. Just gorgeous Donna and really love the alcohol ink border - very effective.
    Fliss xx

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  6. Alcohol inks are just wonderful, was playing with them on Saturday using the Gold mixative and the blending solution, got some wonderful results not as bright as yours though.

    Fantastic Tag, loving all the different techniques that you have managed to get to work so well together :-) xxx

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  7. Love how you use this Dina W stamp Donna - my colouring would be terrible! Nikki xx

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  8. Such a fab contrast between the b&w and those amazing splashes of colour.
    Alison x

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