Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Be a Game Queen tutorial with Irit


Hello my dear crafty friends!
This is Irit from Rubber Dance DT here and today I am going to share my new art page made with totally new Rubber Dance stamps.

This art page's main image is a Game Queen. So everything on this page is about games and I made this piece over a blank kid's puzzle piece you can buy for next to nothing in any craft store.




So here we go!
Step by step tutorial:
1. Use Rebbecca Baer stencil with Heavy gel medium over the blank puzzle piece. Let it dry.



2. Mist with a mix acrylic paints - try to dry between different paints as much as you can, unless you want to get this brown muddy color. Paint a few of small squares with black permanent marker to imitate the chess board.



3. Stamp the Rubber Dance Game Queen image over white cardstock and color with Ranger distress markers. Hand cut the image and glue it over the board with gel medium.



4. Stamp all other game pieces using different new and old Rubber Dance stamps. I stamped new and old Domino image,  Card Queen image, Bingo image and Puzzle image. The puzzle image was just black, so I stamped swirls with Rubber Dance background  stamp from ATC background 2 set and gold ink.Ink the pieces with mute distress inks.







5.Hand cut all game pieces and glue them over the board as shown.

6. Stamp the Game Queen title, ink it a bit, cut into two pieces and glue over the finished board.





I hope you  liked this small and easy to make project. All you need are those gorgeous Rubber Dance stamps that can be found in the shop HERE.


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3 comments:

  1. Love the quirkiness of the piece and the many details all about games. Great work Irit!

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  2. What a fun piece. Love that background. Gorgeous. Hugz

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  3. This looks fun to make, Irit! I've had a bag of puzzle pieces laying around for ages... time to put them to good use, now that I have my new Game stamps! :)))
    Thank you for the tutorial and cool project!
    ♥ ♥ ♥

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