Thursday, 19 April 2018

More Rubber band exploits

This technique can be quite addictive, for this card I put multiple size bands on a stamp block and versamarked the bands.  I heat embossed clear versamark and sponged distress inks into the mixed media paper.  I love the big splashes of versamark from the larger rubber bands.  I framed the background using a MFT rectangular frame die and inlaid the frame back into the white card.  I die cut the flowers from one of the Tim Holtz wild flower collection and tucked it into the frame.



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Card Recipe
Stamps: Purple Onion sentiment, Rubber band
Paper: Water colour, 110lb White
Ink: Ranger Distress inks, Versamark
Accessories: Die cut frame (MFT), Die cut flower Tim Holtz, blending tool, clear embossing powder
Techniques:, distress blending, stamping with Rubber band, die cutting

10 comments:

  1. So pretty :) thanks for playing along at Craft Stamper's TIMI challenge
    Hugs
    Preeti (DT)

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  2. Love it!! The wide bands really make an artsy background, Christine. Very cool! LOVE that white flower die-cut. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  3. Yes loving the bigger rubber bands too as they look fabulous. Gorgeous colours, fabulous inlaying of the frame die and the pretty die cut flower finishes off your marvellous CAS card. Thanks for adding this wonderful card to the CAS Mix Up Challenge x

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  4. Your background turned out so beautiful, Christine! What caught my eye was the fabulous way you framed this! Love that die and the way you inlaid it! What a perfect card for so many occasions!

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  5. love this!! so pretty.
    xx Karen

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  6. I adore the whole design of this card, the soft background in the aperture is perfect.
    A real beauty! xx

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  7. A beautiful background with the rubber band embossing and gorgeous colors! Love that frame and the flower that bursts from it! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  8. What a great look using the wider rubber bands Christine! LOVE the colors you used that wonderful die cut frame and the stem overlay! Thanks for joining us in the CAS Mix Up! Julia xx

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  9. This is so pretty, Christine! I love the bold look of the rubber band lines! The inlaid window frame and the white stem add so much interest. Hideko xx

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  10. This is such a beautiful project Christine !! I love wide erasers, they give an amazing effect. I am grateful for the detailed description of how you made this card. This card is perfect in every detail. Thank you :-)
    Hugs,
    BożenA

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