Masking Watercolor Scenes with MFT’s Fall Friends (Guest Post)

Hi there!

Today I have another fall card design for you over on The Foiled Fox’s blog!

The new Birdie Brown stamp set from MFT Stamps’ September release is another super cute one and I couldn’t resist it. I used it two make two cards with one layer scenes with the help of masking paper as well as my first tryout of masking fluid. Hop over to The Foiled Fox’s blog for all the details on how I made the card and a full list of supplies that I have used.

HERE’S MY MASKED WATERCOLOR SCENE:

Masked watercolor cards Fall Friends 1

And another variation with different colors and watercolor mediums:

Masked watercolor cards Fall Friends 3

Have an amazing day! ♥

Rosali

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Challenge link:

https://animalfriendschallenge.blogspot.com/2018/10/67-halbzeit.html (German)
http://timeoutchallenges.blogspot.com/2018/10/challenge-120-reminder.html
http://handstampedsentiments.blogspot.com/


USED SUPPLIES WATERCOLOR CARD:

Stamps & dies:

My Favorite Things – BB Fall Friends Stamps & Die-namics

Paper:

Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb
Crafter’s Companion – Watercolor Paper
Masking Paper

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Fall Card with Lawn Fawn (Guest Post)

Hello, it’s me again! I am back with a second post for today!

Since autumn has definitely arrived here I recently made a fall card using new and old Lawn Fawn stamps and dies for The Foiled Fox. I also added an action wobble spring, just because they are a lot of fun for the recipient I think. 😀 You can read all about my card including a step-by-step tutorial on The Foiled Fox’s blog!

HERE’S MY ‘FOXY’ FALL CARD:

Fall Card Stitched Window Lawn FawnFall Card Stitched Window Lawn Fawn 2

 

WOBBLING 😀:

Fall Card Stitched Window Lawn Fawn 3

 

Have an amazing week! ♥

Rosali

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Challenge entry for:

LawnFawnatics_BlogBadge-awesome-fall

http://thepaperplayers.blogspot.com/2018/10/pp413-theme-challenge-from-sandy.html

http://sirstampalotchallenge.blogspot.com/2018/10/october-shades-of-autumn.html


USED SUPPLIES FALL CARD:

Stamps & dies:

Lawn Fawn – Jump For You stamps & dies, Reverse Stitched Circle Window Dies, Fall Leaf Reveal Wheel Add-on

Paper:

Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb and 80 lb

Inks:

Ranger / Tim Holtz – Distress Inks
Memento – Tuxedo Black Ink
Tsukineko – Versamark Ink

Other supplies:

Scotch – Foam Mounting Tape
Action Wobble Spring

Monochromatic Card with Hero Arts

Hello and happy World Card Making Day!! Are you crafting or meeting crafty friends today?

I am dropping in to share a monochromatic card that I recently made. Now, monochromatic doesn’t exactly scream stunning designs, does it? At least I often think of cards with only one color as not too interesting. Long story short, I was wrong. I have seen many monochromatic cards in the meantime that were absolutely amazing!! A few of them over on A Blog Named Hero (it’s a challenge blog dedicated to and sponsored by Hero Arts). I also shared a grey-in-grey card on Instagram a couple of weeks ago that I liked and my followers seemed to really like it, too. I was a bit surprised how much, to be honest. Social media can be quite surprising in that way, right?! 😀

Anyways, I really wanted to do some relaxing watercoloring and inspired by the current challenge theme “Monochromatic” I made a card with several different blue watercolor paints, including a very dark Indigo Blue and also a bit of white.

THIS IS MY CARD:

Monochromatic Card Hero Arts

Before watercoloring I splattered some masking fluid onto my watercolor cardstock for the big fluffy snow flakes. For the trees and mountains I stamped down images from the “CL973 Road Trip” stamp set from Hero Arts. The small sentiment is from their “CL911 Acts of Kindness” set.

I will definetely give monochromatic cards another go, it’s a great way to just play around with my watercolors. And since I recently took Debby Hughes Online Card Class “Color Theory” I am even more motivated to do so. So watch out for more tone in tone cards from me in the future! 😉

Until then, have an amazing day! ♥

Rosali

 

Challenges:

monochromatic-card-challenge-300x300@2x

Crafters Castle Challenge Badge copy

 

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USED SUPPLIES:

Stamps & dies:

Avery Elle –
Concord & 9th –
Dani Peuss – Klartextstempel
Essentials by Ellen (Ellen Hutson) –
Honey Bee Stamps –
Lawn Fawn –
Mama Elephant –
My Favorite Things –
My Favorite Things – Die-namics
Neat & Tangled –
Pretty Pink Posh –
Winnie & Walter –
Wplus9 –

Paper:

Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb and 80 lb Cardstock
Ranger / Tim Holtz – Watercolor Cardstock

Inks:

Ranger / Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide Inks
Lawn Fawn – Dye Inks
Lawn Fawn – Jet Black
Memento – Tuxedo Black
Tsukineko – Versafine Onyx Black

Other supplies:

Wow Embossing – Bright White Super Fine Embossing Powder
Scotch – Foam Mounting Tape
Copic Markers
Watercolors
Colored Pencils (Caran d’Ache – Luminance Pencils / Chameleon – Color Tones Pencils)
Winsor & Newton – Water Colour Markers™
Kuretake – Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

Embellishments:

Pretty Pink Posh – Sparkling Clear Sequins
Tonic Studios – Nuvo Jewel Crystal Drops
Baker’s Twine