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Monday 5 September 2022

Ellie's creative Monday / Lundi créatif d'Ellie

Two cards from me today with a fun background technique. 

The HOW-TO: 
- Create a background stamp by placing the alphabet stamps into a stamping platform, just random tp fit the paper you'd like to stamp on. 
- Ink them up with a color, preferably a watercolor marker, mist a little with water, stamp it.
 Repeat the process with another color. Keep adding to the background until you are happy with the colors. 
- Remove it from the stamping platform and heat emboss it with clear embossing powder. 
- Optional: Stamp a script onto the background with Versamark ink and heat emboss in clear as well. 
- Sponge the same colors onto the background and sprits with water. Leave to dry. 
- Stamp the floral background stamp from EllieKnolDesigns with a black acrylic onto cardstock and fussycut some of them. 
- Decoupage the fussycut flowers onto the background. 
- Stamp a script onto the background and also onto the white flowers as shown, and use some Postage stamps to finish the collage of different elements. 
Optional: Use all the leftover pieces to make paper beads in the same color range. 

I hope you like it! 


Christine Alexander said...

Beautiful Ellie, love the background and a great way to use your flower stamp.

Ellie Knol said...

Thanks Christine!