Friday, July 31, 2020

Free soul, art journal page with video tutorial by Melina

Hello creative friends!

It´s Melina here today sharing some stamping inspiration.
I created this grungy journal page with the camera running, 
and you´ll find the video further down.


On this page I just let myself loose! 
To play, think and letting go is what art journaling is all about I think. 

You can watch the whole process of how I created this grungy 
mixed media page HERE




Thank you so much for stopping by today!
Take care and stay safe <3
Love, Melina

Rubber Dance stamps used:


Thursday, July 30, 2020

This is me - Mixed media tags by Jessica

Hello everyone.

Today I have made Mixed media tags with two of my favorite stamp sets.



They are easy to make and here is a little tutorial on how I made them.




Some more pictures.






Here are the stamps I used:

https://www.rubberdance.de/small-sheets/this-is-me/#cc-m-product-14348287333


https://www.rubberdance.de/small-sheets/this-is-me/#cc-m-product-14348287333

I hope you have got some inspiration and I wish you a creative weekend.
Stay safe!

Jessica





Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Do What You Love Art Journal Page by Lisa

Hi everyone! 
Lisa today on the blog and I'd love to share with you my new art journal page playing with my favorite Rubber Dance stamps and watercolors!


To start I glued some big pieces of book page and I brushed a coat of clear gesso on all over to protect the paper. 


So I used my watercolors on the page and once dry I made some stamps from Grungy Circles and Grungy Stuff sets.


I chose Grungy Butterflies set and I made some stamps on a piece of White cardstock, so I cutted them. I stamped and embossed the sentiment on a piece of black cardstock. 


Finally I made splatters with some liquid paints. 
I used these products from the shop: 



I hope you enjoyed my art journal inspiration! 
Hugs, Lisa


Tuesday, July 28, 2020

A journal spread with believe in You stamp by Saadia Nawaz .

Hi Everyone,
Saadia here with an art journal spread for you. I hope you like it.


I made the background with acrylic paints and sprays. Background stamping was done with the Mixed Media Marks stamp set.
Added the focal image and the quote. This are from the Believe in You stamp set.
Added few leaves from the newly released Inky Flowers stamp.






That's all for now.

A reminder that we have a challenge that goes all month on Rubber Dance stamps Facebook group. Link to the Facebook group is here

Thank you for visiting.
Take care.
Saadia Nawaz.


Stamps used:

Believe in You

Mixed Media Marks

Inky Flowers




Monday, July 27, 2020

"You belong among the flowers" Art Journal Page by Angie Coomber

Hello arty friends!

Angie here with an art journal page for you.


I started by creating a background with Distress Inks and Distress Oxides.
I swipe the inkpad on my non-stick mat, spritz with water and pick up the wet ink with a piece of plastic sleeve, then dab it on my page until I'm happy with the result. I did this with various greens and yellows for the grass, blues for the sky.



I used the Weed Love stamp set and Distress inks to add some background stamping, as well as the Mix A Sentiment #2 stamp and black archival ink.


I swiped some more Distress Inks onto a piece of paper and when dry, I stamped some of  the images from the beautiful new Celestial stamp set and the Loose Florals #2 set.


I cut out the images I was happiest with and adhered them to the page, using one of the borders from the Doodle Borders #1 stamp set as stems for the flowers.

Finally, yes, you've guessed it, some white doodling and a quote!!


I hope you like it.
Hugs from Angie x

Stamps used:


 










Sunday, July 26, 2020

Believe In You By Dot

Hello everyone,
welcome to a fun tutorial using some of the new stamps
that Rubber Dance have released this year.




Isn't she a beautiful stamp?
It is from the set called Believe In You.
Here is a step x step tutorial for you so see how this was made.



She was stamped onto some tissue paper then turned over and
white paint was added to the image.




Some colours, from our Mood Board this month, were added
to a gelli plate.
Using a brayer spread the paint thinly over the plate.
If it is too much paint you can roll the excess onto some
scrap paper or directly into your art journal.




One of my favourite stencils was placed onto the gelli plate.
The brayer still had the paint on it from when the paint
had been spread over the gelli plate.



Without adding any more paint, simply roll over the gelli plate
with a brayer.




After lifting the stencil off, place white card
onto your gelli plate. Rub over it well, either with your hands
or a brayer. Then lift the card off.



This is the finished background.



The Inky Flowers stamp set is stunning!
The movement in the flowers is amazing and I thought
it would look great in and around the female image.

The colouring of the flowers was so simple.
I brayered yellow, orange and red paint thinly onto
photo copy paper, stamped the flowers and cut them out.
The flowers had also been stamped onto white card and cut out.
 The coloured cut-outs were adhered to the white flower images with glue.
Essentially paper piecing.


The gelli print was trimmed down and mounted onto white card.
The stamped pieces were layered onto the background.

The use of white can never be under estimated.
I decided to leave the leaves white and was really happy
with the effect. Even when the leaves go out onto the
white areas of the background, the white-on-white looks good.

I hope you enjoyed seeing the process.


Stamps Used Are:


Believe In You







A reminder that there are still a few days left for you to enter our
challenge which is now over on facebook.
There is a Mood Board each month for inspiration.



Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by.
There is loads of inspiration over in our facebook group.
See you there!

Stay safe.

Dot x


Saturday, July 25, 2020

Textured Birds in a Tree Art Journal Page




Hello to all my crafty friends!  I'm here to show you the art journal page that I created with Textured Birds stamps, a brayer, acrylic paints, a stencil and some paint pens.  Such a fun project!

  I've made a short video tutorial for you:




Some close ups:








The Rubber Dance Stamps I used here:





Find me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube as Motley Mixed Media.

Happy Crafting!

Mary




Friday, July 24, 2020

Atc´s coins Little Witch

Hello and welcome to the post on Friday. How are you all keeping?. I enjoy and have a lot of fun creating ATC, today in round format (coins) and very colorful, I hope you like them






Maybe you already have the new Rubber Dance stamps and as in my case, you couldn't resist releasing them.Such gorgeous brand new stamp sets. Have you seen them all? I chose the Little Witch , lovely truth?  I've also been playing with Mixed media marks and Collage Elemnts

Very easy to do, we start. We cut watercolor paper that measures  2 1/2 inches diameter if you prefer in centimeters  by 6,4 cm approximately. And I color the backgrounds with inks.



When the backgroud dries, I emboss in white, choose one of the stamps from the set Collage Elemnts.Now we add textures and depth with black permanent ink, prints here and there.





One of the parts that I enjoy the most is the composition.I have to admit that it is usually the part that takes me the longest.  We already have our atcs ready.Now I leave you some photos with details of the project.










Here are the Rubber Dance Stamps I used






Enjoy your weekend and stay smart! Oh, and don't forget to join our rubber stamping room to see many more team inspirations.

VerĂ³nica