February 20, 2013

Children's Books - AO DT Blog Hop

Welcome to the Artistic Outpost Design Team Blog Hop! Each month, the fabulous designers at Artistic Outpost showcase projects created with various Artistic Outpost Plates/Themes, this months DT Blog Hop focus is Literature or Children's Books.

I used stamps from the Artistic Outpost Alice and Wonderland and Auld Lange Syne to create my Mixed Media card.

Mixed Media - Stamps Artistic Outpost

The background was created with Acrylic Paints (Green, Yellow, Teal), the Gelli Arts Plate and the clock Texture Fades Folder.  I pressed the embossing folder onto my Gelli Plate then added a piece of card stock brayered over it to pick up the color.  Once dry I embossed the panel with the embossing folder, and applied Gesso over the numbers.  The image and sentiment are stamped on Tissue Paper, then adhered in place with Gel Medium.

Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Alice in Wonderland, Auld Lange Syne
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink
Card Stock - Green, Black
Other - Tissue Paper, STAEDTLER Karat Aquarell WC Pencils, Gel Medium, Paint Brush, Embossing Folder, Gesso, Big Shot

For added inspiration, be sure to stop by the other Designers Blogs:
Gerrie * Lisa (you are here) * Suzanne * Tracy * Linda *Alison * Terry * Kate

Thanks for stopping by!

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16 comments :

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fantastic background and mix of images. Love the embossed background and gorgeous colour palette too. Tracy x

Darla Walden said...

For a very important date. I love the Alice in Wonderland theme.

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful background! I love how the images are blended into the background with the embossing! Handsome hare and handsome card!

Kate said...

Love how your rabbit just fades into that fabulous background of colorful clocks. An eyeful of yummy texture on this card!
Kate

Terry said...

Lisa, love that background! Really will have to pick up a gelli plate! Can't stand it any longer! So cool how the rabbit just blends in and I love all those clocks! Have fun!

Erin Smetak said...

Your card is SO cool! I love how you created it! And that gelli plate?! Awesome! I totally need to invest in those! I love all the little details that you added too!
Awesome job, Lisa!!!! :D

Gerrie Johnnic said...

You and the Gelli go together extremely well, love the bg....and Mr Wabbit is so cute in there.

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Whoa, that background is incredible! Fantastic texture and the colors are just amazing - love the greens with the touch of gold. What a super piece of work - LOVE it, Lisa!

Hugs,
Linda

sue morris said...

This is adorable!!

butterfly said...

Wow... that's so cool to see the embossing folder used on the gelli plate - fabulous colours, and how perfect to combine the white rabbit with that EF, and those brilliant hanging clocks - fantastic!
Alison x

Samantha Elliott said...

Great use of the Gelli plate! I have one on my shopping list for an upcoming show, specially now they are doing it 12 x 14! Your piece has just moved it further up my list now as it is gorgeous!! Great inspiration!
x

Christine Kiehl said...

The WHITE Rabbit, nice choice. Thank you for sharing on this great new hop. jellybeankahler@yahoo.com

Dame Jeanne Marie said...

Very cool card -,love you background!

Robyn Phelan Sharp said...

Such a cool background...love the colors!!!

Anita Houston said...

Stunning color and texture!!! Fabulous!!! I love the rabbit image!

Lisa :) said...

Lisa this is just gorgeous!! I really love the colors and the way the images just melt into the background.

 
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