Mark 16:6 KJV "And he saith unto them, Be not affrighted: Ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, which was crucified: he is risen; he is not here:"
Good evening, or to some morning. I really want to share this technique from Splitcoaststampers Technique Challenge today. They have technique challenges every Monday, and lots of tutorials also on the site. I am excited because you can use up some ugly gel prints with it! I love to do gelli printing with stencils, and I love using every bit of the paint once I put it on the gel! Sometimes, I have let the paint get muddy, I think, and that is why some of my prints are ugly. That is why I love this new to me technique.
I made the card before I thought to show you the steps, so began with another piece just like the first piece so you could see the process.
Here is a piece of the print. It doesn't look like a stencil was used, it might have been one that I rolled a golf ball on, so we will call it 3D gel printing. Ugly, right? LOL
Recollections white 65lb card stock.
acrylic paints & Gel plate
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder
Stampin' Up Sincere Salutations stamp for the sentiment.
SU! Rich Razzleberry Cardstock & Ink
SU! flower punch
Gifted die, from Jan in Spain, I think. Thank you Jan! :)
Tombow liquid glue
I hope you like the technique and try it. It was so easy and quick.
I submitted this project to the Technique Challenge on Splitcoaststampers as well as to CalvinBall Challenges over at ScrapHappy.com.
Since some will be celebrating Easter this Sunday, here is an Easter card for you. This background was created with alcohol inks on plastic wrap, then aying the glossy card stock directly on the inks on the plastic wrap. Then I just put on some blue cardstock and added some die cuts.
Here is one that actually says Happy Easter! LOL The one below is with a digital that I colored with pencils. It is from The Graphics Fairy. I layered it on a Seaside embossed panel of Marina Mist card stock. Both the paper and the embossing folder are from Stampin' Up.
Oops! Here is my ticket for the tea party over at Altered Book Lover hosted by Bleubeard & Elizabeth.
She calls it T Stands For Tuesday, and we all have a party and show and tell what we are doing all over a cup of tea or coffee or even a drink of water, whatever your choice of beverage is! Be sure and stop by over there.
These are some of the teas that my sister sent me for my last birthday. I am drinking the Moroccan Mint green tea today. I like it. Happy T Day to the T Gang!
Thank you for stopping by!