Monday, 16 March 2020

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi Everyone, I'm over at Magenta playing with some Shrink Plastic. Come and see how these pretty little card ornaments are made. Also check out your stash you might have some Shrink Plastic that your have never used ­čśĆ





Stamps used

Delicate Leaves
Delicate Leaves
 [0784.Q]

Bloom Crescent
Bloom Crescent
 [09.256.P]

Dragonfly Dreams
Dragonfly Dreams
 [0776.P]

Best Wishes to a Special Friend...
Best Wishes to a Special Friend...
 [07.1055.H]

Wishing you... Happy Birthday

Wishing you... Happy Birthday
 [07.1034.I]



Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: Mixed Media, 110lb white
Ink: Ranger Archival, Stazon Black, Versafine Clair Morning Mist
Accessories: Ranger Shrink Plastic, Brayer Heat tool, Acrylic Paints
Techniques: Brayering, Shrink Plastic, Alcohol Markers

19 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful Christine! Love these stamps as little card ornaments.

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  2. Love shrink plastic but confess it is a LONG time since I used it! Might have to go find it again - thanks for inspiring me! xx

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  3. These are gorgeous to add to cards. I love these cards and the reminder to use shrink plastic. I have some somewhere and since we are housebound, I'm going to go look for it.

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  4. Must see if I can find my shrink plastic! Love the dragonfly especially! Wonderful background strips! So glad I got to see these in real life.

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  5. Two beautiful cards. The first card so nostalgic, these grays attract memories of old holidays. And the second card stopped my heart for a moment. I love her, she is full of love ... I don't know why I felt this way, but this card brought back youthful love :-)
    hugs,
    Bo┼╝enA

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  6. really lovely....I like the look of the side panel.
    xx Karen

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  7. Stunning love everything I see posted here. Not used shrink plastic for ages, fabulous result.xx
    I am so far behind in my comments..xx

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  8. Love all these stamps and how you've used them, my friend! Wish I had some shrink plastic because it makes wonderful adornments!

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  9. You never do ordinary! Who but you would have thought of this and how beautiful they both turned out. I'd have never thought to do this but haven't played with shrink stuff in ages. That's for a brilliant and inspiring idea yet again!

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  10. Beautiful and dreamy! I do have some shrink plastic. I think I have some clear and some white. It was fun to use, but it's been a while.

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  11. These are so pretty! The shrink wrap images are so pretty. I love the translucent look of them. Great work, my friend! xx

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  12. ... shrink plastic ... I know it wasn't wrap. :)

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  13. They look so pretty! It's a long time since I saw someone use shrink plastic... so nice to see what you did!

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  14. I just ordered some shrink film so I can try this. Love these, Christine. Fun stuff. Hugz

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  15. Your backgrounds are beautiful. Love the second card. So cool to bring shrink plastic back (even though it’s your first time using it).

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  16. Both cards are so fabulous, Christie! Shrink film - another new supply to me!
    Love the dragonfly and the flowers. Thank you for your inspiration!
    Hideko xx

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  17. These are cute Christine! I haven't used shrink plastic in a while. Might have to pull it out and play. :)

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  18. I do think I have shrink plastic somewhere, these are lovely!

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  19. These are so subtle and elegant. The soft tones of the background panels are lovely, and then that pop of sheen from the shrink plastic flowers and dragonfly is delightful.
    Alison x

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