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 ­čśĆ






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:

aussie aNNie said...

Love bees, love flowers and adore this card.xx

Loll said...

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

Bonnie said...

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

Trina P. said...

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.

Leslie Miller said...

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!

Nstiz said...

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!

Gio said...

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

Karen Dunbrook said...

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

Ros Crawford said...

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

Bo┼╝enA said...

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

Papercraft Boutique said...

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

aussie aNNie said...

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

Cassandra aka Scrap Savvy said...

Wonderful layering on these Christine!