Monday, February 24, 2014

Painting with Stampendous

I love playing with my creative Palette and paint!
Here is another fun project I created for the January Stampendous Catalog.


Print file folder card template out of white cardstock
Add drops of acrylic paints to the Creative Palette and spread around with a brayer
Press cut out card on to palette and then lift and set aside to dry

Lay the negative stencil from the Jumbo Moray stamp set on the card and paint white paint on to the card to create an outline of the flowers and leaves

When dry, stamp the flowers and leaves with Versamark ink and heat emboss with black embossing powder

Paint the image with H2o paints
Randomly sprinkle embossing enamels and glitter on the card and heat  from underneath to melt
Stamp sentiment with black ink on the file tab

CRS5063 Jumbo Moray  by Stampendous

SSC1190 Say It Today by Stampendous
Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink, VersaMark by Tsukineko
Mohawk Bright White
H2o water color paints
Americana Peacock Pearl Dazzling metal, Lemon Zest Satin, and Pink Cadilac Satin acrylic paints
Heat tool, brayer
File Folder Template

I hope you enjoyed today's project!
The Stampendous team will be sharing painting projects all week so be sure and check the Stampendous Blog to see who is sharing each day!



barbara macaskill said...

Spectacular!!! I love this folder!! I must give this a try!!! Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to get out of my comfort zone!!

Maureen Reiss said...

Very pretty!! Great job

Dawn Carlyle said...

Love thia technique - i need to give it a try! Thanks for sharing.....

seaslay27 said...

I love this Kristine. It is a whole new way to work with our busy darker Creative Palette backgrounds and use our masks and stencils. This is wonderful. Could you tell me what H2O's you used? I love the colors.

Jamie Martin said...

This is so pretty and great way to add the flower.

steph said...

This is awesome!

Ava Gavloski said...

great step out photo's, thanks for sharing the deets on how to get the look with the mask/stencil, appreciated