Friday, March 10, 2017

Club Scrap March technique: create your own background

Welcome at the Club Scrap technique challenge.
Every onth one of the girls from the Artist Team
is sharing a technique and this month it is the
talented Tina who is into background techniques.
She has to posts with lots of ideas for backgrounds:

For my background technique I used 2 stencils, a stamp
and one color of ink (sapphire).
The first stencil is from the new Delft kit.
I colored the background, but not to heavy.

Next i used an older stencil from January 2013 Random 
Doorways. I only used the flower in the middle and
colored more heavy several times the flower.

After two stencils it looks like this.

Then i took the cracle stamp from the Delft kit
and stamped all over the background panel.
So here you see the finished background.
Doesn't it look like a tile?!
I printed the tulips from the digital Delft kit 
and colored it with markers. I love that sentiment,
but i wrote it again in a line that was better for
my card today instead of the square look.
(for more digital ideas come back March 24
when the Artist team shares a lot of digital ideas).

I had printed the flowers twice, so I coud add a more
dimentional look on the flowers. With the sentiment in place
 and a ribbon added the card is finished.

I have tulips all over, it is the tulip season!

How about the colorchallenge for 
Today I colored with ink!


Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!



10 comments:

Julie said...

So awesome!

Tricia Morris said...

Beautiful card and technique, Hetty! Happy tulip season! :)

Karen Wyngaard said...

Fabulous layering of the stencils...LOVE!

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love this card- the background is lovely! And, I just love the tulips. Your work always inspires!

Mitzi Manthey said...

Hetty, I love blue and this card is gorgeous. No springlike anything here; we are expecting a big snowstorm Sun. into Mon. Thanks for some great ideas on how to use my stencils.

Maxine D said...

What a great background Hetty - thank you for showing how you made it - and a beautiful card!! Love your tulip photo too
Blessings
Maxine

Firenze said...

Oh Hetty, dis wonderlik! I love the stencils you used to create your own background - wonderful! TFS
Helen -- Firenze Cards

Daffodil Cards said...

FABULOUS background and wonderful card, I have just seen we have one tulip opened in the garden, I LOVE them.
Faith
x

Fenny Niemeijer said...

Een prachtige kaart met een hele, hele mooie achtergrond. Ik heb het even goed bekeken en ga het ook eens proberen. Dank je voor je uitleg.

liefs van Fenny

Lucy said...

Unbelievable background. Thank you for showing me your incredible technique for making a Delft background. I've been wanting to do that on a teapot for awhile. It's a lovely technique.