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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

GDT de Stempelwinkel, and Dragons Dream TIO challenge # 132

Two post in one today, first de Stempelwinkel and below this post you will find the new challenge for TIO


For todays post for the GDT for de Stempelwinkel, I made a card.

All the details of the stamps used are on the dt Blog of de Stempelwinkel :

 
stamp used : ogen div
 
Stamp the two smallest eyes at random on the background, and colour them with pencils.
Colour the background between the eyes with some Distress colours.
Stamp the biggest eye on a piece of paper, ATC size, and colour it.
Colour the background with Distress ink, mat on black cardstock, and make a border with. Stickles glue Chipped Sapphire . Do the same with the card, and mat it again on lilac cardstock.
 
My last gdt post this month for de Stempelwinkel will be dec. 30, I will have another card to show you then.
 
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it's  Blackdragon's turn, to chose a theme.... and its BEHIND CLOSED DOORS...... she'd like to see a DOOR, A LOCK and A KEY. Please remember you must use at least one real stamp on your tag.
 
here is mine
 
the door and the background are rubber stamps and so are the letters, I stamped those using white stamp ink but that never turns out to be white, i have tried different brands now and they are all dissapointing, so took a white marker to go over the stamped letters and now at least it is white.
The background is distress ink, the door is stamped in black archival and then colored with my new Caran d'ache luminance pencils, for the background stamp i used cobalt archival ink (masked the door before stamping bachground).
The Key is a Marianne Design Die, and the lock.............oops .....
but i'm sure there is a lock in the door.......
The ribbon is a polyester one which I heated with my heatgun to make it melt a bit, then you get the wrinkled result. Put some black ink on the ribbon to finish
 
Hope to see you in the challenge
 

1 comment:

  1. You've created two wonderful pieces, love them both.

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