Monday, 25 May 2020

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi Everyone I'm over at Magenta playing with Dura Lar which is a plastic Mylar type film used for art projects. I first discovered Dura Lar when Nancy Stislow used it here on a tag, I then saw Kate Crane's video and this was my inspiration for the card. I hope you drop by the Magenta blog and check out my post.



Stamps and Stencils used

Graceful Tri-Petals

MC100 Mandala 12 - Small

TM333 All over Squares

MC92 Mandala 11 - Small

TM326 Feuilles ou bourgeons
TM219 Alpha and Number Duo - Set of 2



Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb White, Black, Dura-Lar
Ink: Stazon
Accessories: Acrylic Paints, Magenta Stencils, Posca acrylic paint pens
Techniques: Gelli printing,

17 comments:

  1. Ohhhh, this is so pretty, and sweet, too! You are the background queen, I swear. Love this!

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  2. Christine a really beautiful page, love the colours in the background.xx

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  3. The layering of those stencils amazes me, Christine! What an awesome background and beautiful flowers!

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  4. I love all the layers on this Christine. It's a beautiful card.

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  5. Incredible background and your colouring of the flowers is beautiful. Been meaning to give Dura-Lar a try one of these days. 😉

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  6. Fabulous and creative card and thank you for the links x.

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  7. So many fabulous layers Christine. This is so pretty with the bright and happy flowers. Great work! I have to learn about Dura-Lar from you! :)

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  8. I love the background, with all these intermingling of colors and patterns. Every time I see your card, say that I have to try to make a background with Gelly Plate, but for now I didn't dare :-( But motivation is increasing

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  9. Happy and fun with soooo many cool layers and details in that background! I love, love, love it and it makes me totally want to try it. Now I just have to go find where I put my brayer and gelli plate! Lovely card, Christine. Hugz

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  10. I would have never though to do this with a gelli plate but thanks so much for the inspiration. Your background turned out amazing and I can only imagine how much fun that was! Fabulous layers and colors too! This one really caught my eye!

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  11. A gorgeous and lovely card Christine. I used just once Duralar to gel print with, I have to use it again! You inspired me :-)

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  12. This is so lovely Christine... What an amazing background for those vibrant flowers... So unique!

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  13. Beautiful, I love how you have layered those stencils. You have created such an amazing effect xx

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  14. Love this card and the layered stencils - such a great mix of colours and a pretty flower to finish it off.

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  15. I love the gorgeous layers of Gelli prints background, Christine! Layers of stencil designs and the colors are just amazing! The bright Posca colors of the flowers and leaves pop and the flat acrylic paints make a wonderful contrast to the soft background.
    Hideko xx

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  16. What beautiful layers of colors and patterns Christine - I'm off to see how you made this! xx

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  17. Another beautiful look Christine with lots of wonderful stamping and stencilling, and love the colours too. Something else I have never heard of as a medium to use, but from looking at the explanation on line is another type of plastic surface so something like Yupo I assume. It has worked well with acrylic paint. x

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