Monday, 13 April 2020

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi Everyone I'm over at Magenta. I recently used some deli paper for my Gelli printing, wow this stuff is great. It's almost as thin as tissue paper but much stronger.




Stamps and Stencils used


TM317 Damask Background - Extra Large
TM317 Damask Background - Extra Large
 [TM317]

Maple Leaf Large

Maple Leaf Large
 [0802.L]
Have a Beautiful Day... Every day!
Have a Beautiful Day... Every day!
 [07.1017.F]

So Many Reasons...
So Many Reasons...
 [07.972.F]



Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb white, Deli paper
Ink: Versamark ink, Ranger Archival
Accessories: Stencil, Emerald Creek embossing powder
Techniques: Gelli plate, stencilling, heat embossing

18 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

A stunning work of art using the deli paper, I have too used it and agree it's great and with stunning colours, loving this .xx

Karen Dunbrook said...

love how this turned out....great job.
xx Karen

Bonnie said...

Wonderful backgrounds, Christine! They are perfect for this leaf stamp and made wonderful uplifting cards!

Brenda in IN said...

This is so soft and pretty. You make the most beautiful cards with the gelli plate.

Trina P. said...

More beautiful gelli prints. Love the soft colours from the second pull.

Susan said...

Love the soft colours and the lightness of the deli papers. Two great cards!

nancy littrell said...

Loved your muted colors on your Gelli Prints..I think I still have some deli paper a friend gave me. TFS and always inspiring me, my friend. Stay safe and Creative. Love and Hugs..Nancy

Bo┼╝enA said...

Christine, these cards are amazing. I love how you printed your backgrounds on Gelly Plate, it is such a unique effect, impossible to do with another technique. Great cards and I love their subdued colors.
hugs,
BozenA

HilaryJane said...

Love those leaves xx

Loll said...

Two beautiful prints Christine! I have to play with the deli paper that Nancy gave us at the retreat. xx

Nstiz said...

Who but you would have thought of deli paper! And what a fabulous effect with that gorgeous stamp! I love your color choices and the soft look of that paper. This is something I'm going to have to try. Your cards always inspire!

Leslie Miller said...

Beautiful, Christine! I love both the sentiments, too. Deli paper? Interesting!

nwilliams6 said...

Wow, Christine. I love this! Great colors, love the leaves, and the look is just so cool. GREAT CARDS!!! Hugz

Mac Mable said...

Great technique and so unique and beautiful x.

Ros Crawford said...

Oh these are beautiful... I love the stamp you used!

Papercraft Boutique said...

Simply stunning cards, Christine! I love the combination of the semi-transparent gorgeous print and the shiny platinum heat-embossed leaves! The color tone is wonderful too. I'm so lucky to receive the first card. Thank you so much! I'll treasure it.
Hideko xx

butterfly said...

Absolutely lovely - the soft effect of the deli paper is so beautiful, and I love the torn edges against the white.
Alison x

Pat said...

I don't know where you get this deli paper as haven't heard of it before, but the finished look is terrific Christine, and I love the maple leaves, absolutely gorgeous! x