Monday, 22 July 2019

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi Everyone I'm over at Magenta with some Gelli Plate printing using Pan Pastels, I hope this intrigues you enough to head over and check out how I did this 😏






Products used

TM309 Rows of Diamonds
TM309 Rows of Diamonds[TM309]

Daisy - Small
Daisy - Small[48.017.K]

 Old Script
Old Script [24.012.J]

  MC68 Large Bee
MC68 Large Bee [MC68]


TM304 Floral Corner
 TM304 Floral Corner [TM304]
 
Rosa Canina - Small
Rosa Canina - Small [48.019.I]
Save the Bees









Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb white card
Ink:  Ranger archival black, Versafine clair (red)
Accessories: clear embossing powder, prismacolour pencils, acrylic paint, Posca acrylic paint pens, Pan Pastels, Emerald Creek embossing powders (Ancient Amber, Northern Lights, Patina Oxide)
Techniques:

13 comments:

  1. Love bees, love flowers and adore this card.xx

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  2. Two amazing mixed media designs, Christine! So happy I got to see them in real life as they are even more amazing. Great job. Heading over to Magenta to see how you make them! xx

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  3. Awesome job on these cards, Christine! Lots of mixed media on each card! Love the texture and dimension!

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  4. Mixed media masterpieces. Incredible dimensions and texture. xx
    BTW, the post at Magenta is all in English and I have not used the translate function.

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  5. All the gelli plate stuff is still a mystery to me, but I know some gorgeous cards when I see them, and these sure are gorgeous!

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  6. I no longer have pan pastels but when I see what you do with them I wish I still had them. I'd have never thought to use them on a gelli plate. That was brilliant. Love the process you described to achieve these. What fabulous, mixed media work! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  7. This is so unique and beautiful! I am intrigued: going there to have a proper look :-)

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  8. how wonderful Christine....I think you need to put this one in a little frame. It looks like a vintage print....so lovely.
    xx Karen

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  9. They are incredible!!! I'm off to check it out.

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  10. Two beautiful and very inspirational cards, Christine. Amazing background, perfectly raises bees and flower. Thank you for sharing these beautiful cards.
    Hugs,
    BozenA

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  11. Gorgeous mixed media cards, Christine! I bought Gelli Plate recently and I haven't used it yet. Thanks for your inspiration!
    Hideko xx

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  12. Thanks for your sweet comment on my m/m post...appreciate it.xx

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  13. Wonderful layering on these Christine!

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