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Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Guest Designing for Stamplorations!

Hello friends!
Happy Wednesday!

Well, I have a pretty awesome news!!
I'm soooo super excited and happy to announce that I'm joining Stamplorations as a Guest Designer Team with two more talented ladies Gwendolyn Goh and Renee Hamilton for three months term i.e Oct-Dec'18! Yayy!!

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Feeling thrilled and honored that Shery Russ has added me to their crafting family, it's a dream for me to working with her awesome products! Thank u sooooo much Sherry!!!!

Today I am going to showcase cards using the same stamp set Blossom Overture with lots of coloring!
You can win a $15 G.C. from Stamplorations store! Main post link up is here.


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Alert: Picture heavy with a long post.

Card 1

My first card with Crazy Double running stitch rectangle  Nesting Dies panel with a swooshed inking technique panel of DI and colouring with polychromos colour pencils and added a few gems for sparkle. It has Autumn mood and feels to it!




I love this pretty stamp set with so many floral images and sentiments.

Here are the steps in making:

Dabbed some Distress inks onto a glass top to show you clearly. You can use craft mat too.





Repeat with different shades of DI. Spritzed it with water, so the ink form droplets.








Swished that die cut panel through the ink.
Placed the card back once again onto the ink surfaced to pick up a further layer of inky droplets.




Stamped the flowers with masking technique using Jet black ink.
Now I used my Polychromos pencils to add depth and shadows instead. You can see the difference adding the colored pencils made on the depth of the flowers!





Card 2

For this card, I started with my own background by stamping label images in different dye color inks.



Stamped the rose image using these 3 inks shown in the pic.


Colored it with my polychromos pencils. And stamp the sentiment.




Using inlaid die cut technique, I die cut the Bold word BE from You word die set out of the stamped rose image and popped it up.




Card 3

This card is started with the blending of distress oxides abandoned coral and crushed olive, added water splatters for textures. The flower images were stamped on watercolor sheet. The blue shaded flower is colored with ZIG markers plus using of white gel pen for the centre. Added a strip of DP with a stack of bold you die cut ( 2 times) and a sentiment. Finished with a green color droplet.



Here are the steps how I added my copic colors to  the flower images:






Well, that's all for the projects! What a difference adding that bit of colored pencils made to my projects. I hope you'll try adding some extra oomph to your colored projects by combining your mediums!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Happy crafting!

Supply List:

For 1st card:
Cardstocks: Black and white CS
Stamp: Blossom Overture from Stamplorations
Distress inks: Victorian velvet, mustard seed, mawed lawn, Picked raspberry
Polychromos Tones: Set of 54 pencils
Archival ink: Jet black
Jewels from my stash

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:
https://lovetoscrapchallengeblog.blogspot.com/2018/10/ltscb-114-fall-back.html
http://addicted-to-stamps-challenge.blogspot.com/2018/10/challenge-167.html
http://threeamigosbloghopchallenges.blogspot.com/2018/10/its-time-for-new-challenge-here-at.html
http://theflowerchallenge.blogspot.com/2018/10/the-flower-challenge-25-add-sparkle.html- I dazzled it with some rhinestones



For 2nd card:

Cardstocks: White CS 300 gsm
Stamp: Blossom Overture from Stamplorations
Die: YOU word die set from Cutplorations
Dye Inks:  Magenta, Aqua blue, mustard yellow, emerald green, Imperial red, Jet black from Tubby crafts
Polychromos Tones: Set of 54 pencils
Twine: Double shade color
Droplets: Transculent Green color

For 3rd card:
Cardstocks: White CS 300gsm
Watercolored sheet
Designer Paper: Monochrome from Papericious
Stamp: Blossom Overture from Stamplorations
Die: YOU word die set from Cutplorations
Distress Oxides: Abandoned coral and crushed olive
Copic Markers: RV10, R35, V15, YG03,  YG17
ZIG Clean Clear Real Brushes: Set of 12
Archival ink: Jet black
Droplet: Transculient green color
White gel pen
Babywipe















26 comments:

Gail said...

Lovely work! Congrats on your Guest Designer at Stamplorations - not to be negative - mean this as positive but for me some of the photos are not showing up - must be a glitch in blogger? Thought you might want to know - have a blessed day

Jo4Him said...

Congrats on being a guest designer at Stamplorations! Very creative cards, especially love #3. Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing

Marsha said...

Such lovely work and creative ideas. Thank you so much.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful work. Love the gorgeous colors!

Denise Bryant said...

These are so pretty! I love all these gorgeous floral images and your beautiful coloring! Looking forward to seeing more of your creations!

Dana M said...

Gorgeous cards! Such lovely designs and beautiful coloring. Love the different mediums you used.

cghundley said...

Congrats and welcome!
Lovely work here,
great coloring.
Carla from Utah

Becca Yahrling said...

Beautifully designed and colored. I love the
first card and the fun technique you used.

Jennifer Earley said...

Fantastic cards! Love the instructions using the distress inks...love it!

Jean said...

Simply gorgeous!

clavell said...

I loved your photo-tutorial...thanks for sharing.

Sue D said...

Love your colorful cards!

Esther Asbury said...

Three beautiful projects! I love how you added depth to the first one with your pencils -- it really made the image "pop!"

Karenladd said...

I love your beautiful , brilliantly colored floral cards and that technique of smooshing ink and then stamping over it is one that I will have to try!

Dee Earnshaw said...

wow your cards re magical - love the coloring:)

Heather said...

These are so fun! I love the vibrant colors you used! (Thanks for playing with LTSCB.)

Aileen said...

Absolutely love your colouring of those roses, I love this technique using ink each then pencils it just has a life of its own. Stunning. Thank you so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge and we hope to see you there again soon. Aileen DesignTeam

Maria Rodriguez. said...

Oh WOW!! what an amazing and gorgeous card, the colors you got from the Distress Inks are beautiful but then you added the details with your pencils and that took the image out of this world.
Thank you for sharing this beauty with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE, hope you play again soon.
Hugs.
Maria Rodriguez. DT

BrendaLea, the Prpldy said...

Wow! I love each of your cards. Your coloring is gorgeous and I love how you created the background of the rose card. Then the multi-colored label background is so bright and cheerful. I have to try the die cut from the image and popping it out like you did on the B E.....looks great!

maria f. said...

Nice seeing your colorful beauties over at the STAMP blog. I love the rainbow/roses combo.

ionabunny said...

Beautiful bright creations. Love the multi-coloured frames card. Hugz

Desperatehousewife Craft said...

Hi Vinita, I knew you are a talented cardmaker and now I see you are an amazing colourist too!! They are really gorgeously coloured cards. I'm so honoured to be on the same GD team as you. Hugs, Gwendolyn

Tina Z. said...

very beautiful and creative!

Leslie said...

Thanks for sharing your gorgeous project with us in the Love To Scrap Challenge Blog's October "Fall Back" challenge and we hope to see you again next month!
Hugs,
Leslie, LTSCB DT
Love To Scrap 2

Danoesja said...

It's a very beautiful card with this great background.
Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps.
Greetings, Danoesja

Lisa said...

Wow wow Wowza!!! Gorgeous cards!! So sorry it's taken me so long to get here! but I'm glad I did... these are awesome!