Saturday, 26 November 2016

Moth to the Light by Donna Gray

Hi everyone, 

Donna here today with a moth drawn to the light made with scraps of paper.







What to do:


I’m currently getting my living room completely over hauled so part of this is getting wallpaper samples. After you’ve chosen your wallpaper what do you do with all the samples……use that in your art of course!! So the background for the card is exactly that, part of a wallpaper sample.

The moth and light bulb are newly arrived in the shop from Visible Image (aren’t they fab) these were stamped with black Archival ink on Gelli printed paper using Decoart media fluid paints.

Fussy cut out both images, stamp the moth directly onto the background first as well though as you don’t want to try and fussy cut out the legs etc!

Adhere to the background and then go around the light bulb with a yellow Distress marker to give a warm glow, draw a little hanging cord from the top of it too.

Lastly add a sentiment, this one’s my own but That’s Crafty! have lots of lovely sentiment stamps you can use too.

So a card for you using up those scraps of paper that we all keep but never know what to do with ;)

  

Supplies Used:


Sentiment Stamps


Hope you like it

Donna x

10 comments:

  1. Great effect Donna...the wallpaper makes a great backdrop for,the gelli print image. Hope the lounge is equally fab! Xx

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  2. Cool card Donna (great for a man especially) love the imagery and the wall paper used on your background. Gill xx

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  3. Looks like the wallpaper I've just decorated my hall, stairs & landing in lol. Great way to use the scraps using this fab stamp set.
    Love
    Amanda x

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  4. Really gorgeous Donna, fab simplicity and love the texture from the wall paper too.
    Fliss xx

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  5. Fantastic and what a great way to upcycle too

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  6. So cool! Thank you for reminding us that wallpaper can be great for cards!
    Poor moth... this is the life... haha. Fab and funny card! Love it! xx

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  7. Love this although not sure about the scary moth! :-) Chrisx

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