Sunday, 29 June 2014

Welcome Back GD: Liesbeth Fidder #1 Card Collage


Hi, it's Liesbeth here again for the 3rd time as a PaperArtsy Guest Designer! Today I'd like to show you how I made this card using just one stamp: the very beautiful collage stamp from LPC030


To create the background, I applied drops of Fresco Finish Paints - Blood Orange, Beach Hut, Yellow Submarine, Pea Coat and Hey Pesto onto the craft sheet. Theý're all translucent, that results in a wonderful effect with water in the next step.



I sprayed a generous amount of water onto the paint and pressed two big pieces of Smoothy White Stamping Card (I used an A4 cut in half) I used the same paint 2 times.


I dried the papers well with my heat gun and stamped the big collage stamp onto both papers by using Archival Jet Black Ink.


I cut out the images about 1 mm inside the dotted lines. The reason I stamped and cut two times is to have a large choice, I chose the most beautiful images and the ones who mix the best together.


Onto a seperate piece of Smoothy paper I stamped the collage stamp once again and cut even edges.




I picked the best 16 stamped images and sponged the edges with some black ink to create some depth.


I glued the pieces onto the card, on their own spot.



To finish the card, I also cut out the stripe and the half circle (out of the painted background) at the left side and glued them down. I matted the card onto black, yellow and green cardstock.


Tomorrow I'll be back with another project, a canvas, with the same background technique, using the Fresco Finish Paints. Hope you will join me then!

~Liesbeth~

Leandra Says: Ohhh what a great idea, so much fun, a riot of colour!

Gillian Says: Great collage card, love the vibrant pops of colour against the backdrop.



If you would like to join in this week's challenge and play along with Liesbeth's techniques, then do link up your creativity here, and go in the draw to win some PA stamps of your choice! You need to link your entry by 17:00, Sunday July 6th 2014.


20 comments:

Lin said...

wow Liesbeth!! great card and an excellent idea xx

Helen said...

Great card, this is such a versatile stamp. Looks fabulous against the white background

isisimaginings.com said...

That looks so gorgeous.

Deborah Wainwright said...

Great card very vibrant

Lucy Edmondson said...

I love this, Liesbeth, great idea, beautifully executed,

Lucy x

Julie Ann Lee said...

This looks amazing! I love how those translucent colours work with the black edging. Really stunning project! Julie Ann xxx

Emma Joyner said...

I love that stamp! Gorgeous idea with the paints

craftytrog said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!! x

Coco said...

A wonderful idea, very clever!!! Fantastic card with it! Coco x

Emma Dawson said...

What a fantastic idea!

Carla said...

what a great card!

ionabunny said...

Me likey very much. Lovely idea.

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

What a wonderful technique, thanks so much for sharing!

danisart said...

Der absolute Wahnsinn total schön!!!

Hazel Agnew said...

Really love it Liesbeth. Simple and very eye catching. X

joukje S said...

Wauw,the colors are beatiful, thanks Liesbeth.....

Linda M. Cain said...

Gorgeous work Liesbeth!

~Linda

Kelly said...

Bought this stamp for a class I taught years ago. Never known what to do with it since. Guess what I'm playing with this weekend? :-D Creative Blessings!
Kelly

Kezzy said...

Wow what a fantastic technique with a gorgeous outcome, really love your card, stunning :-) Kezzy xxx

Rosie said...

I'm so inspired. Thank you for the tutorial, Liesbeth

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