Thursday, April 19, 2012

Stamp&Doodle

Thursday is technique day
And for the technique of today
I was inspired by a video I found on youtube:
The background of the card is made with distress stains
and just like I showed you in my
Sunday tutorial for the blog hop.
(go HERE)
If you want, you can also print out my background and use 
it for your card.
The stamps I used are the large and small
I stamped those with blach Archival ink 
on the background and doodled with
a thin black marker.Because Michael's stamp
also looks doodled, it is hard to see what was the stamp
and what did I doodle.
The pot I stamped on a separete piece of  white 
cardstock and embossed with black embossing powder.
I used rangers blending tools to color the pot with the same 
color of distress ink as I used on the distress stain. 

The pot is cut out and on the back a piece of 
foam tape. Now you may wonder how the flower 
got over the pot, when it was stamped on
the background. I used my exacto knife to
cut the two leaves of the flower, so I could fold it
over the pot to look more real.

 Have a creative day!

4 comments:

Diana said...

Great job on this and thanks for the video - I may have to play with this when I get get my new room set up and organized......

Michele said...

so awesome, wow! very beautiful. xo

Marjie Kemper said...

Love the zentangling! Very cool doing it to the leaves.

CraftyJo said...

I've just watched the video so now I can understand what you did for your lovely card - thanks for sharing this. I love zentangling but haven't thought of mixing it with stamping - what a great ideas