Totally Awesome

Hello folks! I just want to share my cards with Hero Arts Totally Stamp set -it is definitely one of my favourite stamp set!!

My first card here:
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Originally there are several building silhouettes in one stamp but, I wanted to stamp each with different colours. So, I cut and made 5 separate building stamps lol! I then used some post-it notes to mask the building images to stamp them overlapping.

20150109-STAR-EN-10I stamped buildings with several Simon Says Stamp dye inks from the bottom of the panel. I love, love, love all different coloured buildings!

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My second card called ‘Nightscape’
20150109-STAR-EN-04Imagine the city lights at night… What a romantic it is! Totally Awesome!!

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To create the background inside the window, I blended several Distress inks -Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers, Faded Jeans, and Seedless Preserves- using blending tool and spritzed a bit of water, Prima Bloom Pearl White, and Studio Calico Opaque White.

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My last card called ‘Watercolour Mist’
20150109-STAR-EN-07To create the background, I drew the circle lines in rainbow order, and blended the colours using detailer waterbrush. It is quite easy watercolour technique :D
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Woohoo!! I had so much fun with them. Thank you so much for stopping by.

★ Supplies:
Hero Arts Totally Stamp set
Hero Arts Shadow Inks
Simon Says Stamp Dye Inks
Distress Inks
Faber Castell Watercolour Pencils
Tim Holtz Detailer Waterbrush
Tsukineko VersaFine Pigment Inkpad – Onyx Black
Hero Arts Embossing Powder – Clear
VersaMark Embossing Ink Pad
Ranger Embossing Powder – Super Fine Gold
Studio Calico Mister Huey’s Opaque White
Prima Bloom Spray Mist Pearl White

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
Love Love Love RejoicingCrafts

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6 thoughts on “Totally Awesome

  1. These are gorgeous! I love how technique packed each one is, and love that you cut apart the buildings, you are much braver with your stamps than I am!

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