Not such a fabulous day today I have to say, not a bad morning but it has turned quite chilly this afternoon but I mustn't grumble, it could be a lot worse lol!
My 'sneaky peek' today, was made for Imagination Craft's shows on Hochanda T.V. Channel on Saturday 11th. March at 8am. 1pm. and 5pm. There will be a set of gorgeous wild animal stamps on the programme. These stamps are just so beautiful, I adore them, particularly the zebras and the elephants. The tiger is also brilliant and when used with Imagination's Big Cat stencil for the background, looks great. O.K. this is how I made it.
Matt a 6" square of white card, which has been painted around the edges with' Soot' Rusty Patina (no need to cover the whole card, as only the edges will be on show - waste not want not lol! my Rusty Patina is very precious lol! mustn't waste a drop!), onto a 7"x7" white base card.
Take a smaller piece of white card and colour it with the three distress inks, the straw and red at the top and the green at the bottom. Brush some diluted 'Sand' Starlight paint over the top half of the card.
Lay the stencil on top of this card and using a piece of cut 'n' dry foam, dab the peeled paint through the design. Remove the stencil and leave the images to dry.
Take a piece of white card and stamp the zebra and baby onto it, using a Versamark pad, then heat emboss with Imagination Craft's black embossing powder.
Colour the outside edges of the image with the distress inks. Dab some green distress ink through some of the leaves on the stencil, onto the top left of the image.
Matt this onto a slightly larger piece of white card, which has again been painted with the 'Soot' Rusty Patina, then matt this onto the base card.
Colour a small piece of white card with the Orange Oxidized Starlight Paint and when dry, die-cut the flower, using the Spellbinder's die. Glue this to the bottom left corner of the image , using Magi-bond glue. Add some glue to the flower centre and sprinkle on some Stampendous black glass glitter.
Well that's all from me folks for the moment, please don't forget to tune in tomorrow to see Kerri-Ann demonstrating. Below is a 'Sneaky Peek' at my project for tomorrow, this is not a card ! more will be revealed later.
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.