Monday, February 29, 2016

Club Scrap February Artist Challenge

Here is the Club Scrap Artist Team again.
This time we have some stamping fun for you
with a wonderful stampset called:

We have created a blog hop to give you ideas as what to
do with these stamps. So I hope you have seen 
with her wonderful projects for you.
Here you see all the stamps of the UM Weathered Florals
and I came up with a scrapbook page and a card for you.
and a creative idea to use your scraps! Don'tyou have 
a box fulof left over papers from different kits?
Well I used them to make this scrap page:
You want to know how?
Welli started with picking up a few papers and lay them on the table.
Puzzeled them together to make a 12x12 inch scrap page.
Then took some washi tape to tape all the pieces together.

As you never have exactly a 12 x 12 inch page
there was a little cutting needed.
Now to make it all come together I first used
some gesso all over the page. Not to heavy,just a light touch.

When the gesso was dry, I used shabby shutter distress in
on top of it.Let it dry (this dries very quick!).

Next I took some stencils out and chrushed olive distress spray
and used this stencilin several spots.
and another stencilwith vintage photo distress spray..
Take the heat gun and dry.

And now some stamping with the largest stamp and 
black ink on top of everything I stamped a few times.

Here is the result.
Now to find some pictures and decorate the page.
(The woodsie word is from the Crewel & Unusual kit).

For this I had made a few little cards with stamps and stencils,
just like I did with the scrap page.

SoI played around with the photo'sand cards until
I was satisfied with the lay out.
The banners on the page are also the scaps that I had
cut of to make the 12 x 12 inch page. So today: no scraps left!

And here is my card:

I used a piece of left over Crewel & Unusual paper
in combination with the Weathered Flower stamps.

I cut the front of the card in an angle like this.

Then from some green left over paper I cut a few leaves.

Glued the leaves right up to the topof the slanted
line of the front of the card.

Next  I stamped the large flower in the gelato technique:
wet your stamp a little with water and color your
stamp with gelatos and stamp. It gives the image
a wonderful shimmer.

Here a close up of the flower border. For this birthday 
card I added a few blingy gemstones in the heart of the flower.

Well,this is what I have for you,but thereis more.
For this you have to hop on to
and see what wonderful things she has for you.

You find all the members of the Artist Team
on the

Thank you for looking!
Have a creative leap day!


20 comments:

Maxine D said...

What a great page Hetty - love how you have created it. Your card is stunning - love it!! The diagonal cut is so eye catching, and the big bold flower is beautiful.
Blessings
Maxine

Ink Stained Roni said...

Wow Hetty! Your scrapbook page from scrap is awesome! What a fun way to use up all those left over bits. (and yes, I can't throw anything away so I have a big bin full of left overs!)

Your watercolor card is lovely. The color you used for the flower is so pretty on the card.

Carolyn said...

Fantastic page!

Julie said...

Hetty, what a gorgeous collage piece. Love the way you used so many mixed media techniques in the layout. And the card with the die cuts is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

Denise said...

That is so cool - how you made the background paper - that alone is a beautiful work of art! Awesome job Hetty. Thanks so much! Denise Freeman

jen t. said...

Great use of scraps!!! Love how your page and card came outt!!!

Josette Trunnell said...

How beautiful is that card. The layout is wonderful, but I am all about cards and I love it!!!

Karen Wyngaard said...

Love how both the layout and card turned out! Very nicely done!

Wendy Bellino said...

So many techniques Hetty! I just love all of the variety!

Donna Nuce said...

Hetty I love your "quilt" page and the card is amazing! Have a great day!

Anne Marie said...

Hetty, what a great way to use up all those left over pieces. Your card is stunning!

KnitterPam said...

Hetty, I love your creative mind. I have lots of ideas swirling around in my head right now. Thanks for the inspiration!

Cyndy Rogers said...

Love your techniques, Hetty! Such artistry!
Especially love the card though!!

Donna Coughlin said...

OMG this is crazy awesome! Clever!!!!

KT Fit Kitty said...

You're a crafting machine, Hetty! I can't keep up with you! And everything is so gorgeous too! Beautiful work with these florals!

Kay Williamson said...

You are a crafting machine Hetty!
Pretty darn artistic page and card here! So fun to see your projects!

Tina Dornbaum said...

I have to admit I never use up my scrap leftovers. What a wonderful and inspiring way to clean up the scraps. I also love the gelato technique. Great projects!!!

Daffodil Cards said...

So clever Hetty, love what you have done with your scrap papers. beautiful photos on your page too.

Lisa D said...

I love the collage/patchwork look with your scraps. Great use of distress inks and stencils. Very beautiful, Hetty!

Lilian YF said...

Love the scrap page! Great technique! Love the card, too!
Lilian
The Leaf Studio