Montag, 1. Februar 2016

Card - Gesso Resist

Hello Crafters and Makers (:o)

My recently altered playing cards went into the mail.
The theme of this swap was nature / found poetry and there went a matching card for the hostess within my package of course


This card started with DecoArt Gesso and a ladybug 
stencil 

Next applied Distress Ink all over the card
pink raspberry - evergreen bough - mustard seed


Used another (flower) stencil and applied Distress Ink
fired brick


Removed the Distress Ink from the gessoed ladybugs with a baby wipe


Drew bubbles / circles with a permanent marker


Used a white and a gold marker inside of the circles and glued down my quote


Thanks for reading and your appreciated comments

Happy crafting!
xoxo
Elly

Kommentare:

butterfly hat gesagt…

Such a lovely effect with the gesso resist - and the colours are really pretty.
Alison xx

Brenda Brown hat gesagt…

Love the colours and effects you have achieved with this technique xxx

Jackie P Neal hat gesagt…

Very cool Elly!love that effect of wiping off!
thanks for the tut !xo

Little Artbee hat gesagt…

Schöne Karte Elly, diese Schablonen-Technik sieht klasse aus. Frühling!

Ich frage mich nur wie die Farbe vom Gesso wieder runtergeht, das saugt doch, da matt, sehr gut Farbe auf. Acrylbinder wäre da besser,aber der ist leider zu flüssig zum Schablonieren. Ist es ein spezielles Gesso? Gesso wird normalerweise ja zum Grundieren von Leinwänden und anderen Untergründen benutzt, damit die Farbe gut hält. Interessiert mich.

Liebe Grüße
Sabine

Candy C hat gesagt…

Elly, this card is darling! Love your distress ink colors you chose to use. The lady bug stencil is so cute and I love your resist technique on this. Your black circles really are a great contrast and complete the entire card! Love it! I also wanted to thank you so much for the encouraging comment you left on my blog regarding my COLORFUL travel art journal. Glad I did it but not sure how much I will dive into the world of BRIGHT colors! haha

<3 Candy

Silvia(Barnie) hat gesagt…

Total klasse - die Resist Technik, egal mit welchem Medium gibt immer wieder tolle Ergebnisse.