Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Card made with a lot of love

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here today and also everything around is about Christmas and Holidays, I decided to make something just for love.
So this card is all about  my love for flowers, my love for water colours and my love for great Magenta stamps and stencils.


This light Mixed Media card was made with one single Magenta stamp as my focal point.
The stamp was stamped with black pigmented ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.
Then it was coloured with Zig watercolour brushes inside the stamped image.
The outside colour was added using Distress oxide inks and water spray.
As it was still pretty mush bare outside of the image I added circles using Magenta ....... stencil with clear Gel Medium. The circles are almost non seen, but you can feel them and see them a bit on the close- up photo here:



And here is this card from the side:

I added a few black mist splashes around and the die cut sentiment.
The black background, black splashes and black sentiment added more interest to this cool colours card.
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Produits Magenta utilisés:
Magenta products used:



44.024 Q



TM179- DUO


Thanks for being here with me today and I hope that you like my pastel card made with our gorgeous Magenta products.

Irit Shalom- DT Magenta


  

Friday, 8 December 2017

Fun ATC set with Topflight Stamps

Hello my dear crafty friends!Welcome to my new Topflight Stamps shop blog post.
We invite you to our daily sales that we have in Topflight Stamps shop for 12 days before Christmas.
Watch the shop for today's sale!
Irit is here today and I am going to share a set of 4 Mixed Media ATC cards made with the most gorgeous PaperArtsy stamp set- Eclectica Sara Naumann 21 set.
 I know that we are close to all winter Holidays , but as I live in a very hot country and we still wear our short sleeves here I decided to make this bright and bold ATC set . I did it mostly because of the stamps I have for this week, not because of my Spring mood.

 First each ATC card was stamped with one of 4 stamps from the set using permanent black ink.
Then I made the background using some stencils (one is a honeycomb as we have a bee as one of 4 stamps here). Stencils were used with texture paste and when dry I painted all over with acrylic paints from Prima.
Then each image was stamped again over black cardstock using clear embossing ink and then heat embossed with white embossing powder.
Then each stamped image was hand cut partially and glued over the original background stamped image.
The words on the stamps made this " Explore Beauty" saying as it should be for any ATC set.
Here are the single ATC cards for you to see with more details.
As you can see the embossing powder was not the fine kind, but pretty much grainy, but as we are talking Mixed Media art pieces it looks just fine.





 And this is the stamp set I used to make this project:


I hope that you liked my ATC set and love PaperArtsy stamps as much as I do.
You can  buy this set and much more in the Topflight Stamps shop.
And if you wish to see more of my work you are kindly invited to my own blog.

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Holidays gift card envelope


Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new post .
This project was in print in a new issue of Just Christmas cards and decorations! magazine 2017 issue.


This is an easy to make gift card envelope made from a real Kraft envelope, some dies, some mists and the most lovely sentiments both together on one die cut circle.



Step by step: 1. Glue the cream envelope (Canvas Corp) and then cut the top of it to make
 the opening. Cover it with patterned paper (7 Gypsies).2. Die cut the scene with Sizzix die from black and white cardstock and arrange the double die cut over patterned paper (7 Gypsies). 3. Stamp the double sentiment (Two Paper Divas stamps) over white cardstock. Die cut it with a circled die (Die Versions). Add black circled die cut from the same set under the sentiment.4. Mist the sentiment circle with Tattered Angels golden mist and glue over the middle of the envelope. 5. Mist the die cut scene with the same mist. 6. Paint the trees over die cut with Tattered Angels paint.





See you next week with more Holidays inspiration!

Monday, 4 December 2017

Chrismas and Happy New Year home deco



Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my new Holiday post.
This project was in print in the new 2017 issue of Just Christmas cards and decorations.



This is very easy to make project and it looks gorgeous. 



So here is my tutorial for you!

Step by step: 1. Paint the chipboard frame with green paint (Tattered Angels).



2.Glue patterned paper (7 Gypsies) over chipboard back.

 3. Glue the back to the painted frame. 



4. Die cut trees (Die Versions dies) and glue them into the frame


5. Hand cut the labels from Canvas Corp cardstock and add them over the frame. 6. Add bling and stickers.7. Heat emboss the chipboard words with black embossing powder and glue into the frame. 8. Add two small cloth pins (Canvas Corp).









Christmas house of joy

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Holidays post!
This project was in print in the new issue of Just Christmas cards and decorations! magazine with this full tutorial.




Product list:
Cardstock, paper- Canvas Corp, 7 Gypsies, Chipboards- Tando Creative, Paints, mists- Tattered Angels, Sticker- Paper House, glitter, glaze- craft shop
Step by step: 1. Paint the chipboard house shaped tray with blue and white paints (Tattered Angels).

2. Cover the back chipboard with 7 Gypsies paper and glue it to the outer frame


3. Paint the small  Tando chipboard shapes and glaze them over. Glue them into the windows




4. Add paper cuts from 7 Gypsies papers into the windows as shown.
.5. Add the sentiment sticker on the top. 6. Add red painted glitter star on the top










Sunday, 3 December 2017

Sparkles with Tando

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to our Sparkle week  on Tando blog.
I made this Christmas/Winter ornament tag using just two of Tando products and a lot of DecoArt Media line products with Stampendous glitters over.



The MDF base of one of Shadow box frames was covered with a thick layer of white acrylic paint and DecoArt crackle white paint all together.
When it was dry the blue shades  were added using acrylic liquid paints.
Then the thick layer of glitter was added over the tag.
The reindeer was painted with white acrylic and a very generous layer of delicate glitter was added into the wet paint.'
This is easy to make project for all levels of crafters and you can do dozens of them in no time with similar Tando products.


 Products used from Tando:

Shadow frames
Shadow Frames

Reindeer Small running 
Reindeer Small Running

DecoArt Media line



Holidays banner

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my last minute Holidays banner tutorial.

I made with tutorial with some of favorite Two Paper Divas stamps , Tando chipboard banners and a lot of Canvas Corp products.
This project was in print in latest issue of Just Christmas cards and decorations with a full tutorial.



So here is a banner and below you can see a full step by step tutorial:



Product list

Cardstock- Canvas Corp, Chipboards- Tando Creative, Paints, mists- Canvas Corp, Stamps- 
Two Paper Divas, Die- Die Versions, Cord- Canvas Corp, Ink- Ranger, sequins


Step by step: 1. Paint the  3 outer banner parts with Tattered Angels light blue paint and  add a bit of teal paint on the edges. Paint two other banner parts with Tattered Angels teal paint..




2. Cover the inner parts of the banner with Canvas Corp patterned cardstock as shown and ink the edges with teal paint.



 Cover the painted parts with inner triangles and glue them.


3. Cut two Santa images and one sentiment from Canvas Corp cardstock and add on three inner banner parts.4. Stamp two more images with Two Paper Divas stamps over Kraft cardstock, hand cut the images .5. Die cut two stitched circles with Die Versions dies and glue the stamped images over the circles as shown. Paint the stamped images with teal TA mist. 6. Add sequins over the piece. 7. Tie the cord to connect the pieces
















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