Monday, 4 July 2022

Treats on Tuesday at Magenta - Tree blowing in the wind

Hi Everyone, I'm over at Magenta with a mixed media card, I hope you head over and check out how I made this card.

Stamps and stencils used

Bare Tree 

Good Friends help you... 

Love & Music 

Card Recipe
Stamps: Magenta
Paper: 110lb White, 100 White
Ink: Distress Oxide, Versafine Clair
Accessories: Book page, Stencil, Glass Bead Gel, Gesso, Matt Medium
Techniques: Mixed Media, Stenciling


Bonnie said...

Fantastic, Christine! Love all the texture!

BożenA said...

The green streak behind the tree looks as if it were wind bands that appeared for a moment in this very form. Adding glass paste beads gives the impression that someone has placed a signature. Great project, Christine!

crafty-stamper said...

Great mixed media card,love the sparkly texture and stamped tree
Carol x

Pat said...

This is a terrific card Christine, and I love the mix of the super silhouette tree and the softly stamped script and the love and music, and then the pretty floral corner so bright and pretty using the glass bead gel. x

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, Christine, what beautiful tree and sentiment stamps. You put this mixed media card together with style!

Loll said...

So many wonderful elements that look amazing together Christine. I love the tree and I love the glass bead gel over top of the pretty stenciled corner. Everything looks great over your muted mix media background. xx

HilaryJane said...

What a fabulous tree and soo much interest in the background without detracting from the tree at all. Brilliant xx

Papercraft Boutique said...

Fabulous mixed media card, Christine! The combination of the gelli print, the torn book page, and the glass bead flower & leaves make an awesome background for the beautiful tree. Great job of making the transitions look smooth with an alcohol pen!
Hideko xx

ahlers5 said...

This is so very pretty. I have finally bought myself a jelly plate. I'm looking forward to experimenting with it. I did a little the first day I got it. It ended up looking like mud. Practice, practice!

Nstiz said...

What a fantastic tree that is and love the glass bead gel adding texture to this scene. I’m always mesmerized by your fabulous backgrounds. No notifications still so sorry it took me so long to comment. I hate missing your posts.