Wednesday, April 27, 2016

More Messy Fun with NK Studio Stamps


Hello and welcome back to another day on the hop with Nat and Friends! We are putting our focus on Nathalie's new stamp and stencil sets this week and my hope is to show you all three and how I creativity use them. 

First though, know that this is as usual a Stampendous hop, Monday through Friday and they have prizes for commenting along the way! Details are on the Stampendous blog!


I have been so inspired by all the journal pages from the Creative Squad featured on Nat's blog, pssst.... the Stampendous blog is sharing some previous projects of theirs each day until we get to see more great things from them on Friday. I decided I'd try a journal page again. Nat's Urban Scribble set made it super easy to get my idea down and then it took me forever to decide what to write! lol


My paints were DecoArt - Turquoise Blue, Butterscotch, and Royal Purple (tinted with Snow White). I used Snow White on its own with the solid side of the foam stamp.


The detail Cling Rubber Urban Scribble Stamp is inked with Versafine Onyx Black and heat set, because it will smear if you don't, trust me.


The scribbles are made with an impulse buy of Elmer's Paint Pens. They surprised me at how fast they dried on top of the paint. I just thought the city needed more greenscaping, so I added hanging pots, bushes and trees.


And then I made my journaling, because I often look up at the sky for a change of pace. I did it many times trying to think of what to write and then I just said, hey! I'll write what I'm doing.

I've used Urban Scribbles in another post here. I really enjoyed adding all the watercolor effects to the Cling Rubber stamped image and it would even be great to use with pattern paper and layer them over each other for a papercrafter's style card. I'll have to try that one next time. ;)


Now it's time to keep moving on in the hop today and I'll see you here again on Friday.

Stampendous Blog

Louise Healy

Janelle Stollfus - you are here!

Tenia Nelson

Pam Hornschu

Nathalie Kalbach Blog


Details:
Stamps:i Urban Scribbles Foam Stamp, Cling Rubber Stamp and Stencil Set (Stampendous)
Paper: Journal pages
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Turquoise Blue, Butterscotch, Royal Purple and Snow White (DecoArt), paint pens (Elmers), Memento Onyx Black marker (Tsukineko), 0.8 black Multiliner (Copic)


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26 comments:

  1. The colored flowerz in the window box make everything pop- beautiful colors for the city. They make it so lively~

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  2. Just amazing! I love the way you used it all around the border!

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  3. Very cool journal page!! I have fallen headover heels in love with Urban Scribbles!! It must arrive in Vermont ASAP!!! TFS!

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  4. Your journal pages are awesome!!!!!

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  5. Love your colours - the blue sky in the centre is really interesting!

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  6. I am loving this- so cool and all the super cute extra details like the flower boxes and the trees- awesome!!!

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  7. Wonderful layout,
    great design. And
    your card is really
    pretty.
    Carla from Utah

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  8. This projcet looks like fun in the city! Love the colorful artsy creation~

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  9. I have a soft spot for buildings and city scene, this is awesome!
    (Las Vegas)

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  10. the cityscape is fun and colorful.
    Love how it parades around the page.
    The flowers in the windows are a unique
    addition - you don't usually think of
    flower boxes on high-rise buildings.
    thanks for sharing some great pages.
    Illinois

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  11. Wow, beautiful work! Love how you added bushes, trees & hanging pots; very creative. :-)

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  12. What a great journal page. I really love the statement. Thanks for the inspiration

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  13. I love the scribbles and the colors!

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  14. Wonderful pages! I love how the buildings go all the way around the border!

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  15. This is the set that really grabbed my attention as I have been dreaming of creating stamped landscapes! I keep coming up with ideas of how I could use them, be it for a card or a journal page etc and they seem to be able to be used for many different ways in many different crafts. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous journal page with us and for the blog hop Karen x

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  16. Love the idea of looking up at the skyline. Nicely done.

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  17. This looks like a fun stamp. Good design

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  18. What a unique design. Love it.
    Nicole from Connecticut.

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  19. Totally cool design!! Love the way you composed this!!

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  20. Beautiful layout & I love the extras you added!

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  21. Such great piees of art.Love how you have used the skyline different ways. That border is a fun idea!

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  22. FABULOUS page Janelle!!!
    LOVE your sentiment in the sky and how your cityscape frames it, an EXCITING design!!! Your doodling adds the perfect finishing touch!!!
    ... I think I need to get myself an art journal and GET CREATIVE just for FUN => THANK YOU for the INSPIRATION :)
    Tracy from Australia

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