Tuesday, March 10, 2015

create without limits -Bookmark

Hello!
Here today sharing a bookmark I made with the fun Quietfire Design calligraphy stamp create without limits.
 
For the top panel, I started with a scrap of watercolour paper that was torn out of my Art Journal.
-Daubed a bit of pink and lt blue here and there on the dry w/c paper and roughed up the one edge that was torn from the Journal to give it more texture.
-Next I used a Memory Box die to cut craft foam for an outline stamp as well as various colours of card stock for building the flowers and pot (set aside). 
-After lightly wetting the w/c paper I used the craft foam outline stamp with dk blue ink  to make a shadow, let dry completely.
-Next I glued the lt brown CS outline over the inked shadow I coloured the flowers, leaves and pot with markers before adding the leaves and flowers in green CS followed by the flowers only in yellow CS.
Note: With the multiple layers offset slightly it gives it a nice 3d effect.
-Completed panel by stamping sentiment in same dk blue as the shadow. 
Then adhered panel to coordinating  patterned paper then to card stock. Since I had an plastic sleeve on hand I used it but it would look just fine without too.

Entered this into the Die Cut Divas March Challenge.



Randoms:
                                       
The sun is finally high enough that we can enjoy it in our sun room, 
hard to get up from a lunch break in here. ;)


Reflections, a photo from our files that I dedicate to my
aunt and godmother who left us last week. 
She will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered. 


Thanks for stopping by today!
Jutta



2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous tag. And I love the sun room and duck in the water. We had only 1/4 inch of rain today, some brilliant sun and it's going to warm up a lot over the weekend.

    So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

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  2. Totally beautiful tag. So artistic. Love the colors. Thank you so much for entering the Die Cut Divas Challenge.

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