Monday, 19 October 2020

Travel tag by Titbelsoeur

 Hello there, Titbelsoeur with you today.

This is a tag I have made with corrugated cardboard painted with Gesso and blue acrylic paint. I glued on it a piece of monoprinted paper I had stamped a clock on. And I stamped, water-coloured and cut out the Beetle from the plate I designed, and sticked it with 3D sticks. I also cut out the word "memories"

 

 

The stamps I used come from the following plates :

Travel © Tit Belsoeur

Time and Keys

Framed Words

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Happy creating and thank you for your comments,

Titbelsoeur

 

Tuesday, 13 October 2020

Time Travellers by Wendy Waldorf

 I was happy to be invited to create a sample project for The Artistic Stamper for the month of October. The challenge topic this month is "TRAVEL".


 

 I like to imagine that these steampunk creatures would make perfect time travelers. The designs were stamped with black ink onto the smooth side of watercolor paper. I used metallic watercolor paints to paint the images and then fussy cut around them when they were dry. They were then attached to painted spring style clothespins. A yarn scrap and steampunk gears were added as embellishments. The clothespins are clipped to a piece of watercolor paper that was painted with a gelli plate. The edges of the word Journey were distressed with watercolor crayons. 

Stamps Used:

TickTock Butterflies

JournalingWords 2

 

Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Drawing with stamps by Titbelsoeur

 Hello everyone !

Here is a travel-book-like drawing I have made 2 years ago. I felt like I had to add a car on it ! 

Then I stamped one of the cars I have designed for The Artistic Stamper, coloured it with watercolours, added it to the drawing and of course added the shadows to be realistic !

And here it is, a page that fits our October challenge. Your turn now !

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Happy creating and thank you for your comments,

Titbelsoeur

 

Thursday, 1 October 2020

October' s Creative Challenge - Travel

 Hello, and welcome to October's challenge,  and a GUEST Designer, and NEW stamps and Stencils!
  Thank you for joining in last month. We had so many fabulous ideas, and creations.

 This month the theme is Travel and can be interpreted any way you like, as long as it has rubber stamps on 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.
This a challenge just for fun!
In addition, you can enter the same challenge on Facebook just for fun.
To join us on just go to our new Facebook group, and send us a request

Our Guest Designer is Wendy Waldorf. Please welcome her, and watch out for another post later in the month.


 

I was given an opportunity to be a guest designer at The Artistic Stamper for the month of October. The challenge theme this month is "travel". When I think of travel, my mind immediately goes to the seashore. I always like to bring home a few reminders of my visit to the beach. I altered a vintage playing card box for this project. The colorful background paper was created using tempera paint sticks. The Gibson Girls were colored with pencils and given dimension with the use of foam tape pads. I used seed beads for the fish eyes. 

Many thanks to The Artistic Stamper Team for supplying a variety of wonderful stamps for me to work with. I used the following stamp sets for this project:

Swimming fish with waves

Gibson Girls 2

Journaling Words 2 

 

In addition this month Titbelsoeur has designed some Travel stamps that are perfect for those of us who like nostalgia . 

Titbelsoeur


 This is a door hanger I have made with a piece of cardboard I have distressed and covered with gesso, then turquoise and orange acrylic paint for the background. One step forward I have stamped the big one from Mushrooms © Debs Smith, cut it out and slightly coloured it with soft pastels. 

This mushroomy background to give my project a "so 70's" tone !

In the foreground I have cut out the van and "wanderlust" from the very new plate I have designed for The Artistic Stamper and that I am very proud to introduce to you :


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Bye for now and happy creating.
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Angie Coomber 


First I stamped the word stamp on a white tag, and the car on a gelli print, as well as on a white piece of card. I cut out the gelli print and just the window of the car from the white card, then glued this to the car. I stamped the flowers on another gelli print and cut them out. I used a piece of washi tape as the “road” for the car, then glued the car to the tag. I arranged the flowers around the edges and glued them down when I was happy with the layout. The edges are embossed with gold embossing powder. Finally I found a quote in my stash and glued this on too.
  
 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 Happy Creative Month
Stay safe 
Jennie x
 

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Saturday, 19 September 2020

And my needlewoman, is she rich too ? by Titbelsoeur

 Hello everybody !

Here is my second project to meet the September challenge at The Artistic Stamper. The first one was  Is my tailor rich ? by Titbelsoeur, this one being the feminine version.

I have decorated another sardine can with the Dressmaking stamps, so that it looks the same as the masculine one, but not exactly the same !  Nevertheless, the techniques I have used are strictly the same. A focal point stamped in black on the background, then hidden when stamping the other parts, video here : Apart'thé

 

I stamped the dressmaker to a strong paper and cut it out, passed a thread between her 2 hands to be more realistic :) and then added lots of related stuff


 And here are my 2 cans together :

 
 
Thank you so much for visiting, I hope I have given you some inspiration to 
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Happy creating and thank you for your comments,

Titbelsoeur