Tuesday, 23 December 2014
I finally got my hands on Brusho!
RubberMoon - Moon Frame & Star Tree
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko - VersaFine Onyx Black & Jumbo Dauber
Brusho - Gamboge, Violet, Purple, Vermillion, Turquoise
Zig Wink of Stella - Brown, Yellow
Sakura - White Gel Pen
Sizzix - Cabinet Card Die
ScorPal Sookwang Tape
Step 1: Die cut your shape. Saturate with water, sprinkle on the Brusho and allow it to bleed together.
Step 2: When dry stamp the moon frame image onto the cabinet card and onto a spare piece of white card. Cut the frame out that has been stamped onto the spare card.
Step 4: Assemble the pieces using Sookwang tape
Friday, 19 December 2014
Wednesday, 17 December 2014
Thursday, 11 December 2014
Imagine/Crafts Tsukineko - Pico Embellisher, Tuxedo Black, Wedding Dress, Neon Electric Yellow, Neon Electric Pink, Neon Electric Blue.
Goosebumps Shimmer. Memento Luxe- Espresso Truffle, Peanut Brittle, Toffee Crunch. Jumbo Dauber. VersaMark.
Other supplies: Stampendous Snowflake Stamp. German Glass Glitter, White Card, Spellbinders Rectangle Die, Sizzix Gingerbread Man Die, Glue. White Embossing Powder.
Step One: Die cut two rectangles from white card. Take one rectangle, center it over your Gingerbread Man die and cut out. Keep the rectangle with the Gingerbread Man aperture.
Step two: Ink the rectangle with the aperture using a jumbo dauber and Toffee Crunch and Espresso Truffle inks. Allow to dry and then heat emboss the snowflakes.
Step three: Adhere the inked rectangle die-cut to the white base rectangle die-cut.
Step four: Ink up the Gingerbread Man using a jumbo dauber and Peanut Brittle ink. Spray with Goosebumps Shimmer and sprinkle lightly with German Glass Glitter.
Step five: Assemble your card by gluing the Gingerbread Man into the aperture. Finish your Gingerbread Man with a faux icing of Pico Embellishers.
Friday, 5 December 2014
Thursday, 4 December 2014
IMAGINE Crafts and RubberMoon Art Stamps are excited to share with you the amazing projects that our design teams have created to kick off the Holiday Season! Over the next few days, we'll be sharing with you inspiration and techniques using IMAGINE Crafts' line of ink products featuring rubber stamps from RubberMoon. Be sure to visit the IMAGINE Crafts and RubberMoon blogs daily for more projects and ideas!
It has become a personal tradition for me to make ornaments each year. This year I am proud to be using the beautiful images of RubberMoon.
RubberMoon Stamps: Sonya , Snowy Trees
ImagineCrafts/Tsukineko: Walnut Ink Crystals. Memento Markers, Pear Tart, Dandelion, Love Letter, Summer Sky, Bamboo Leaves, Angel Pink, Tangelo, Rich Cocoa. Delicata Golden Glitz. Pico Embellisher Wedding Dress.
Sizzix: Ornament Die
Mount Board, Glue, Scissors, small paint brush and tiny letter cubes from my stash
Step 1: Die-cut your ornaments
Step 2: Stamp the images onto the die-cuts
Step 3: Paint around the images using Walnut Ink and allow to dry. Color the images using Memento Markers
Step 4: Assemble with glue
I wanted this project to be relevant in my workspace as all to often I get carried away with color and end up making mud! This clock will be a constant reminder of the color wheel. The colors that go together and those that don't!
The dial is the pure color and tint. A tint is pure color mixed with white. The numeral ring is done in grey, because grey mixed with a color creates a tone. The base is black, because black mixed with color creates a shade.
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko: Memento Luxe, Morocco, Olive Green, Pear tart, Dandelion, Danube Blue, Love Letter, Lilac Posies, Sweet Plum. Memento Marker, London Fog.
RubberMoon: Clock kit
Other supplies: Black and white acrylic paint, ruler, pencil, glue.
Step 1: Paint all parts white and allow to dry. Using a ruler and a pencil divide the dial into 8 sections (or more if you want to). Take a watercolor brush and paint the sections using the Memento Luxe inks and allow to dry.
Step 2: Color the dial with a Memento Marker in London Fog and paint the base black. When dry, assemble your clock.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my projects.