Wednesday, 31 January 2018

What's My Mark?

Welcome to today's post which is for the 
New Challenge over at
Addicted to Stamps and More which is
Make Your Mark.

I was playing around in my craft room and wondered how
just ordinary re-inkers would look on glossy paper.
So I gave it a go and was pleasantly surprised with the result.
I used SU Marina Mist/Tim's Peacock Feathers
and Dusty Concord Distress Spray Stain.
I then got out my ARTplorations A-Bloom-and-Three-Buds
and added texture paste dabbing with my fingers to get lift.
Once that was dry I Versamarked it then
covered it in PearlEx powder.
I guess you could say I really have Made my Mark!
Now I was really excited as to how gorgeous it looked.
I rubbed a bit off to get a little more colour back on the
left side. This was cut with a stitched die.
Added some coloured cs for  highlighting
then attached to Pearlized card base.
Sentiment is from Inspired by Stamping cut from
a JustRight Tag.

Here's how to
 Make your Mark - your entry MUST contain the use of 
anything that can make a mark - Stampin' Write, 
Copics, Promarkers, Painting, Chalks, Watercolours, 
Sponges, Stencils, Masks etc etc

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Monika Reeck said...

woow the background looks funtastic Ina
and the flower with texture paste so beautiful
love your blue card Ina
hugs from Munich and enjoy your AC room (read in Facebook) hehe SMILE

lostinpaper said...

What a great idea, and I agree, the result is so beautiful Ina!

Julie B said...

The blue of your flowers is so pretty and looks great against the inky background. Enjoy your crafty trip. :)

Linda said...

Sounds like you had a tonne of fun with this one Ina.

Shona Erlenborn said...

So artsy! Love the mixed media look of this. Gorgeous dreamy colored background with the blue raised flowers.

Helen said...

The results of your 'play' is just stunning Ina. I love the beautiful colours. It's so good to find another use for your goodies!

Cheri said...

You are one creative artist, SS! This is so gorgeous and I love the various techniques and mixed media you used to create this with. Made your marke, indeed!

Mac Mable said...

Fun idea to try the re-inkers on the glossy paper and wow did it work out great. Love the extra texture on the stencilled flower and yes you certainly added your mark on this artsy and creative card x

Verna Angerhofer said...

Fantastic colors and design.

Desperatehousewife Craft said...

I just love your mixed media card Ina! What a clever idea to add Versamark onto dry embossing paste to add the powder, it gives a gorgeous pearly result. Simply beautiful! Have a great mother and daughter holiday and crafty time in Townsville! Hugs Gwendolyn

Nandini said...

So gorgeous and artistic!

cm said...

All that's needed is a frame to showcase the artsy awesome of your card, Ina! Simply sensational!

Inkyfingers said...

You created such a gorgeous background here Ina and the sheen on the flower is beautiful.
Carol x

Bobby said...

That's one experiment and worked well, Ina. Your card has so much color and depth and texture.

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

Such gorgeous colors and amazing texture, Ina!!!