Tuesday 17 November 2020

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta

Hi Everyone I'm over at Magenta with a stenciled background and Dendritic paint impression. I hope your head over and check out how I made this card.



Stamps and Stencils used

Fish
Fish 
 [12.004.F] 

Fish
Fish 
 [38.009.F]

MC01 - Blossoms
MC01 - Blossoms 
 [MC01]

MC49 Crazy Texture



Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb White, Black
Ink: Ranger Distress Oxide, Versafine Claire
Accessories: Magenta Stencil, Blending brushes, Acrylic paint, Die Techniques: Dendric Acrylic Paint, Watercolour Paint

16 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful card, love the gorgeous design with the stencil and awesome result. x

nwilliams6 said...

Christine, that crazy texture background is wonderful and made the perfect backdrop to your fish. Some super techniques and images/stencils on this very creative card. Love it. Hugz

Viv said...

What a great background for your fish Christine. Fab card!

Karen Dunbrook said...

I just saw this in my email...so pretty and well done. I always love seeing your cards on Tues.
blessings
xx Karen

Pat said...

A wonderful background Christine and love the look of this technique..another one to try out. I love the look of the stencilling and then the print over the top looking like such beautiful seaweed, and love the added fish too...so pretty! x

Bonnie said...

Love the acrylic paint technique and stenciling, Christine! A perfect place for these fish to swim!

ahlers5 said...

I love the background on this... so very pretty.

Loll said...

Wonderful designs using a new technique, Christine. Maybe you'd share this at one of our Zoom sessions? :) The fishes are adorable swimming among the seaweed. xx

Ros Crawford said...

Oooh! So beautiful!! Great dimension there Christine and love the design!

Leslie Miller said...

I never would have thought to use those stencils in the background (bonus card on the Magenta blog), but it works magnificently, especially with the dendritic print which looks so much like seaweed or maybe coral. I made a note of the dendritic technique last time you did it, so will definitely be trying it when I have time to simply play again. Thank you for your fabulous cards, Christine!

HilaryJane said...

What a wonderful fishy card xx

Trina P. said...

Beautiful card. Such a cool and effective technique for underwater scenes.

Mac Mable said...

Happy fish, fun technique and a creative card...love it x.

Nstiz said...

Your imagination is something else! Another one I missed. No clue why the notifications stopped but I signed up again. Love your use of stencils with your images and that the die could not be more perfect.

Ellie Knol said...

LOVE this Christine... thanks for commenting on my blog.. and I re-did the link, thanks for letting me know.. I am a bit jealous of you getting so many comments... how do you do that :) ?

Bo┼╝enA said...

Dendritic smearing looks amazing. It's hard to believe that this drawing is a work of chance. I love how you used this background, it really feels like seaweed. I also love the square background, great combination
xx