Monday, February 04, 2008

2:4 Stamp Club

Learned a background technique at stamp club this evening.Using a crinkled piece of plastic wrap, randomly stamp onto glossy cardstock using pearlized acrylic paints. Allow to dry, then brayer over cardstock using 2 contrasting or coordinating inks. Before ink dries, wipe the cardstock so the pearly paints show through (like a resist).

During club we only had time to make the backgrounds so I finished the cards when I got home. I just stamped the images in black and layered onto cardstock.

While we were waiting for the acrylic paint to dry, we made this:
A crane pocket kimono.


Ragged Around the Edges said...

Mmmmmm, love the blues. . . so soothing and beautiful.

Ginnie said...

You are learning SO MANY creative things, Mad. I love what you're able to do.

Shammickite said...

Lovely! You're quite a clever stick aren't ya?

Anonymous said...

These look so professional! I love the blue flowers and chinese writing. You are really, really talented with stamps and paper. I still use that beatuiful paper book you sent me. I love it!