Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Getting Messy with Paint Stamps and Nathalie Kalbach


Hi there, so glad you stopped in today! The design team is hopping for another special time this week, we are getting messy! If you are just getting started in this hop and want to see more just hop on over to the Stampendous blog and look over all the posts this week with the same banner as I have above. Oh and there are prizes, so comment on all the blog for Getting Messy!


My project today is a card trio. I've been wanted to create with this monoprint paper for months, it's from my premade stash and then I can start right in adding the stamping in layers.

My supplies were:

NKCSR04 Cling Fiesta Stamps Set
NKCSR06 Cling Marks Stamps Set
CP475 Creative Palette Rectangles
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear Acrylic Stamp Handle

Plus:
Colorbox® Caliente, Glacier Lake, Frost White Ink by Clearsnap
Paint by DecoArt®
Acrylic Paint Markers Liquitex® (Black and White)
Liner pens by various companies
washi tape by Little B®
Glue by Tombow®
Die cut letters

There really isn't any instructions that can be made, each one being different and it was all fun play for me, so I'll just share some pictures of each card for some interest.

Be You Fiesta Card


You Be Inspired with Marks and Vintage Ladies Stamp Set

Thanks Card with Marks and Altered Alpha Stamps Set

Now it's time to hop with a few of my teammates! Enjoy!

24 comments:

  1. FABULOUS cards Janelle!!!
    LOVE your EXCITING backgrounds, the doodling around your sentiments look REALLY COOL too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing ... it reminds me that I need to layer more than ever before and the results will be amazing :)
    Tracy from Victoria, Australia

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  2. Looks like you had fun with the stamps. This is like a recipe from Grandma. Just have fun and make it. No measuring.

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  3. These are awesome! I can tell you had fun making them!
    Becca from Florida

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  4. These are amazing - I love them so much! Awesome use of those yummie monoprinted papers!

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  5. These are wonderful! I love how you used the stamp sets!!

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  6. What lovely cards!! I LOVE the gorgeous color combo and how you did that silhouette! Sunny greetings from FL.

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  7. I love how you added the stamping to your stunning background monoprints! These stamps are a definite must have! TFS! Barb in VT

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  8. I love your backgrounds!!!! The colors you chose are fabulous! Viki from Kansas

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  9. Very creative and colorful backgrounds.
    Sue in Ohio

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  10. the cards are great.
    Love that you made the paper yourself.
    thanks for sharing.
    Illinois

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  11. What a fabulous trio of cards, you definitely had fun getting messy with these 3!

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  12. love your cards - how excited I would be to get them in the mail - that would be a fun stamp set to have to create with
    thanks for sharing

    Barb Housner

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  13. Love the color choice. Fun backgrounds. TFS

    Teresa from California

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  14. Woozer, love the cards set...just love your background!!!

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  15. Such pretty and
    unique cards!
    Carla from Utah

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  16. Gorgeous mixed media cards. Just love those colors and your freehand scribbles to finish off the mixing media! Thanks for sharing today!

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  17. Wow, these cards are just amazing! Love seeing the zoomed in bits of them. I would love to try this too. Really amazing job. :) Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B. (USA)

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  18. Love the backgrounds and how you did the stamps over it!

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  19. Totally my kind of project! Utter coolness - makes me want to get messy for sure! ;0

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  20. Love your creative ideas. (Texas)

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  21. beautiful cards. love the colors and imagery.

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