Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Flower vase by Titbelsoeur

Hi there, this is Titbelsoeur today showing you my very last creation, using old stuff and Artistic Stamper's stamps.

I have made 2 versions of this flower vase made with half an old book folded pages, and an old vinyl I have curved with my heat gun, one with flowers only stamped :

and the other one adding watercolor on flowers and leaves :

Which one do you prefer ? 

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Tuesday, 18 April 2017

A little Dylusional by Debs

Hi Everyone

Sorry this post is a bit late, going to Harrogate for the weekend with Jennie, put me a bit behind. So i thought as i had learnt so much on Dyan's workshop, i thought it would only be fair to share one of those techniques with you.

I started by spritzing the page with water and then filling the page with Dylusions sprays 
and using water through a stencil I added some ghosting.

I stamped the image from the Faces #2 Plate and then added a frame using Black Dylusions paint and then added more paint through assorted Artistic Stamper stencils.

I added some white pen around the outside of the shapes and flowers and added some doodling.  I also added some white and grey pencils to the main image, for definition.

Take care and happy crafting

Monday, 17 April 2017

Background card by Gemma

Sometimes you just feel the need to make a loud quick messy card and this was one of those times, I'm not sure if my hands will ever recover. They are a very pretty purple colour and they may stay that way forever.

I started by stamping two of the new mini background stamps onto watercolour card and heat embossing it with black embossing powder.

Then I sprinkled water reactive pigments onto the card and sprayed them with water.

I also did this on a piece of watercolour card I cut to fit my card blank.

Once everything was dry I edged all the pieces with gold before gluing them together. I then added colour in the same way to some hand cut leaves and a strip of card to add to the bottom of the card blank.

To finish I added some detail with black and white pens

Thanks for stopping by

Friday, 7 April 2017

Tiny cards by Titbelsoeur

Hello there !
To meet the April challenge at The Artistic Stamper, I have made tiny cards just a bit larger than the new mini background stamps, I guess my cards have the same size as ATCs.
I have made the 3 cards the same way : stamped background and stamped image and word, so that they look like a triptych :

I have used the following stamps :
Mini Backgrounds # 2 size A6MIni Backgrounds # 3 size A6Butterflies 2 size A5Ivy © Lesley MatthewsonHoneycomb Background & Free BeesFramed Words #1

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Monday, 3 April 2017

Winner of March's Springtime Challenge

Hi, and welcome to my post for today, where i choose the winner of last month's blog challenge.
Thank you to everyone who joined in, there were some fabulous entries!
The winner this month is
with this gorgeous cute creation.

Congratulations, and please email me so we can sort out your prize of an Artistic Stamper stamp.
This months challenge is Backgrounds, and we would love it if you join in. You can find all the details here.
We look forward to seeing your creativeness.
Have a crafty month
Jennie x

Saturday, 1 April 2017

April Creative Challenge - Backgrounds

 A huge thank you to everyone who joined in last month's challenge. All of the creations were amazing!
This month's challenge is Backgrounds and can be interpreted any way you like, as long as it has rubber stamping in it. 

To join in with this challenge (we are limiting the challenge entries to 3 per person), is simple; all we would like you to do is, make a piece of artwork, making sure that you include the theme and some rubber stamping. Pop back here to link up using the Inklinkz at the bottom of this post, so that we can see what you've made and then, leave us a comment to let us know you have joined in with the challenge.
 As always, there will be candy for one randomly picked entrant - the winner will receive a stamp of their choice from The Artistic Stamper .

In addition, you can enter the same challenge on Facebook!

To join us on just go to our new Facebook group, and send us a request to join..  There will be a prize for the Facebook challenge, as well as the blog challenge!
And don't forget....if you use The Artistic Stamper stamps on your entry, you will entered into the draw, twice! To get you started here is some creative gorgeousness from some of the team....


I am loving the fact it's starting to get warmer so I wanted to use warm pinks and oranges for my background. I used Neil Walkers heart stamp and mini background stamps.

I created a tag using the Distress oxides smooshed onto the tag, and also onto the card for the butterflies.I added touches of The Artistic Stamper backgrounds onto the tag. I used mini polka dots , floral open background and honeycomb. The butterflies come from Insects & butterflies 2 

I created this journal page using Distress paint over Gesso. I used Distress Oxides through The Artistic Stamper masks. I then stamped and layered Family Values Stamps. 

We hope that you will join in this month's challenge, and also join us on Facebook too.

We look forward to seeing your creations. Don't forget to add a comment when you have posted your entry.

Have a very creative month



Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Butterfly Tag Card by Gemma

I have a card to show you today using two tags, Distress Inks and Dylusions sprays

Spread some Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron and Carved Pumpkin Distress ink onto a mat, spray it with water and drag the larger tag through the ink. Repeat this with the smaller tag and Twisted Citron Distress ink. Once dry place the petal mask over the tags and spray with White Linen.

Continue spraying the tags through the mask with Squeezed Orange and Lemon Zest Dylusions sprays.  

Once dry blend some Twisted Citron Distressed Ink over a Honeycomb mask and around the edges. Mount the tags to some black cardstock, and glue them together.

Stamp two butterflies using archival ink and blend some Squeezed Lemon Distress Ink over the top, doodle over the butterflies with a black pen. Once dry glue the butterflies and some die cut flowers to the front of the card.

Thanks for reading