Hope you're doing well :) Thanks so much for all of your wonderful comments on my posts. So appreciated! A really quick post today. Not much time to write details. Here's a brief summary...
I used my typical technique of a Dylusions ink spray background on mixed media paper. Stamped the Hibiscus leaves from my collection in black Versa Fine ink. Sealed it with Golden - Regular Gel (gloss). Pops out the colours even more! I then used modeling paste through my Hibiscus stencil - let dry - then put the stencil back overtop and sponged on acrylic paint to colour it. The moth (Lucine from unmounted sheet: Moon Wings) was stamped onto a separate piece of mixed media paper. I coloured it with Tombow markers, cut it out and stuck it on with more Golden - Regular Gel (gloss). When dry I add crackle accents on top. Love how it makes the moth look furry. Last touch was to add some rhinestones to the sky! I lie... The last touch was to mat it. The card didn't look finished until I saw it with that orange border. It tied all of the colours together...
Hope you like it! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Off I go for now!
gorgeous and what bright colours.ReplyDelete
Wow, I like the Hibiscus and your colouring! Very nice!ReplyDelete
Already told your Ryn how amazing this creation of you, looks! A WOWWW for you!ReplyDelete
Hugs, Alie :-)
Gorgeous Ryn ! Love the texture of the crackle paste. Hugs, Shirley xxReplyDelete
I ordered this stamp thru RunAway Art in Salem, OR...can't wait for it to come in!!! Thanks Ryn for the inspiration - beautiful rendition!ReplyDelete
THe deep but brilliant colors in the background and the texture are so beautiful. Really an am azing creation.ReplyDelete
What an absolutely stunning card ! So beautiful, the colors, and the effects with the crackle and everything, just great !! Hugs, EnnyReplyDelete
Absolutely brilliant colours... so vibrant and alive. Love your idea to use crackle paste on leucine. Thank you for the inspiration. XxReplyDelete
WOWZERS! I can't get enough of your beautiful creations!ReplyDelete