Saturday, January 29, 2022

Saturday Showcase - Ranger Dina Wakley Media Chipboard Shapes & Stampers Anonymous - Rubber Stamp Faded Type

Happy Saturday! Suzz here to share a showcase featuring the Ranger Dina Wakley Media Chipboard Shapes - Sprigs and a smattering of the Stampers Anonymous Faded Type stamps. 

I pulled out all of the sprigs and played with them in a variety of ways, including using them as masks when adding the color to the chipboard. 


To create this card: 

  • Stamp the background with Faded Type Stamp inked up with Iced Spruce and spritz with water. Repeat randomly over the background. 
  • The chipboard was gessoed. spritzed with Antique Linen distress spray and then sponged with Iced Spruce. I finished it off with an embossed surface of clear embossing powder. 
  • The seam binding was inked up with Iced Spruce.
  • The rest was layered with Prima flowers, leaves, and branches. 

This was a happy accident as I dyed the old lace and wanted more of a fray to the edges so I cut off one edge. They were lying there and I rolled one up and liked how it looked. I decided to use them as flowers.

After I left it to sit for a day, I thought it would pop better as Iced Spruce flowers. I created a new inky edge and used them to create new blue tinted flowers.  

To create this card: 

  • Paint the chipboard with white gesso. Ink up with Antique Linen and Iced Spruce Distress Ink. 
  • Heat set the chipboard. 
  • Stamp the faded text stamp using Versamark Watermark Ink.  Heat emboss with brown embossing powder. 
  • For the background:  Use the burlap layering stencil and apply texture paste.  Spray with a mix of Distress Spray Vintage Photo, Iced Spruce and Mica Spray Antique Bronze. 
  • Spray lace with Antique Bronze and Walnut Stain Distress Ink Sprays. 
  • Stamp sentiment and heat emboss with brown embossing powder. 

 I had a variety of backgrounds created from the spray and the chipboard masking the background.

 Different color sprays.

 And then cutting out the section to create a tag.

Then using a mix of the background layered with the chipboard and a simple sentiment to create a quick card.

 I even re-used my flowers that were replaced with the blue blossoms in the next card.

 The tag had a mix of the background with an overlay of stamped text which was embossed with a soft ivory embossing powder.

Finally something completely different with the chipboard being stamped, clear embossed and gilded with some glittery mica flakes.

This was a shimmery fun wintry scene in unexpected gold, orange, yellow hues. 

I hope this has you thinking of how to use the chipboard and stamps in a variety of ways.



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