Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Things with Wings printers tray



Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Rubber Dance May tutorial!
This is Irit from Rubber Dance International DT and today I am going to show you how to make this Spring lovely chipboard printers tray from Tando with lots of Rubber Dance stamps.
So here we go!
Step by step tutorial:
1. Pick you favorite " winged" Rubber Dance stamps and stamp images over white cardstock.  I used all three new images for Fly Mail set and then the words from A little Birdie set and the bird too and added  Butterflies stamp.
Cut the images to fit the tray windows and arrange them over a piece of light patterned paper.As you can see I stamped 4 images with black pigmented ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. The butterflies in two other windows are  white heat embossed over clear stamped images. 

2. Color the images with your favorite markers. I love my Distress markers and I used them to color the images.




3. Paint the frame with a mix of DecoArt paints and cover with a thin layer of one step crackle medium. Let it dry for a couple of hours.



4. Use distress inks in light colors to ink over stamped heat embossed images and glue the painted frame over the images as shown.
The white images react as resist technique.


5. Add a big butterfly sticker over the frame. You sure can add more inside and outside embellishments into the tray. I decided to leave it pretty clean as I wanted those Rubber Dance stamps to shine and to be the major stars of this project.
 So here is a finished project


Stamps used:
Fly mail -  all three images
A little birdie set
Butterflies

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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5 comments:

  1. Thank you, Irit! Fun way to use several stamped images together.
    Love the colours!
    ♥ ♥ ♥

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  2. Loving these stamps and great how you've used them. Fun project, thank you for the inspiration x

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  3. Makes for a great décor piece Irit. I love the colours, very zingy!

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  4. I love these stamps and I love your prosject, Irit! Great inspiration!
    Hugs, Anita ♥

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