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Grungy Botanical Tags by Ellie Knol

I LOVE how these two tags turned out. As I go through the pictures, I will comment on how I created them.  Using a gelliprint of mainly red and blue; made with the use of the  Grungy Swirls  stamp; to adhere to a tag, is where it started.   Background stamping with the foliage from  Pencil Marks #1 , and the  Grungy Sequins , in the same color as the main flower gives some balance to the composition.  Fussycutting the main flower and adding a litlle bit of color to it. I removed the stems from both flowers, and a leaf from the biggest flower to fit the composition.   Using words from  Mix A Sentiment #1  adds another element to the tags. Of course I had to use a white acrylic marker to highlight some of the stamping and colors. Both flowers are from the  Antique Botanicals  stamp set.  I like the way these stamp sets work together, the sketchy and the vintage ones.  A close up of the smaller flower.  Stamping with script from  Mixed Media Marks  with Memento Sweet Plum in the backgroun

Art Journal page Textured Bird

  Hi, I'm Vero (@ Vero.kt) and I welcome you to today's inspiration. How's everybody ? I've been playing with     Mixed media marks  ,   Pencil marks # 2 ,   Round in circles    and  Textured Birds   to create a  page in my little art journal. I hope you like it. I started by cutting watercolor paper into a square, 4x4 inch format, adding color with pigments. To speed up the drying process, help me with a dryer.  To add texture, use multiple stamps with inks in shades similar to the background. To integrate, with embossing, which also brings light to the page. Finally I color with watercolor pencils the bird, the protagonist of my page. Now I leave you some photos with details of the project.I hope you like it as much as I do when making them. Here are the Rubber Dande Stamps I used: Mixed media marks Pencil marks # 2 Round in circles Textured Birds I hope you enjoyed and don't forget to visit regularly. The team has amazing inspirations every day, just for you. Ver

Triptych Journey "FLEURS" by Josi Tomas

  Hi friends!!! Josi greets you in the middle of this hot summer. It is a perfect time to stay home and scrap & mix media... Today I show you a different project. It is a triptych, Can we do it together? _______________________________________ STEP BY STEP  1. Cut out three cards and joint them with painter's tape to form a triptych (mine are 3 1/2 inches wide by 5 inches tall). Apply white gesso and dry.  Note: the whole project is worked on both sides. 2. Apply two colours in spray that can be combined and dry again.   3. Cut out papers that match the previous colour range and glue them in some areas creating a collage. You can also use book paper and texture papers in neutral colours.  4. Integrate all the work by applying white paint in some areas.   5. Stamp some texture stamps in colours similar to the created background and black to stand out. 6. Finally I have decorated with flowers in vellum paper, white embossing and fabrics on the inside and a butterfly in

Art journal page with Lisa

 Hi friends!  Lisa today with you on the blog and I'm happy to share my new art journal inspiration for Rubber Dance design team playing with awesome stamps and acrylic paints! I chose to start my page directly with acrylic paints that I blended together with a spatula, adding white paint to balance the background. I let it dry very well and I made some stamping with archival inks and Inky Flowers, Mixed Media Marks and Grungy Stuff stamp sets. To create more texture I added some white paints with Uni Posca pen on the leaves. I stamped a butterfly from Inky Friends stamp set on a piece of paper created  with gelly plate and I glued as my focal point with a inspiration word. Finally I added some splatters with fuchsia liquid paint. I used these products from the shop:

ATC's by Dot Leathbridge

 Hello everyone, welcome to some more inspiration and ideas for ways that you can use your Rubber Dance stamps. Today I'm sharing three ATC's that have been made using Flowers Gone Wild and Twiggy Leaves . The background was started by using alcohol inks through a stencil on a gelli plate. It gave me a nice subtle background to add more texture to. Here is a closer look at each of the ATC's. GROW Each ATC has been built up by using the same stamps. A different word from Flowers Gone Wild has been used on each of the ATC's. PRETTY Pencils came in handy to help bring a little more of the background pattern to life. BLOOM Stamps from Twiggy Leaves have been stamped with archivals to add more depth to the background. To finish the ATC's off I've added some doodling. The stamps used on my ATC's are: Flowers Gone Wild Twiggy Leaves Have you checked out our facebook group to see more wonderful inspiration? We have a fabulous Mood Board this month to help bring