February 27, 2013

Read All About It - Artistic Outpost New Release Hop

I'm excited to share with you two projects I created using the new Paperboy plate being released at Artistic Outpost today!  I'm in love with the "newsie" images in this set!  They are perfect to collage together, use singly or combine with other AO sets you might have!

Both of my cards use pattern paper from Prima's Printery Collection

Stamps - Artistic Outpost Paperboy
Don't you just love the sweet newspaper boy!  I stamped him in Black Archival on pattern paper, masked him with Eclipse Tape then stamped the buildings in the background.  All images are colored with STAEDTLER Karat Aquarell Watercolor Pencils, blended with Gamsol.  The sentiment is also from this set, stamped on pattern paper in Black Ink, sponged with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.  I cut the words and layered them onto a Black panel, then adhered to the base card.

Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Paperboy
Card Stock - Black, Mustard
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink
Other - STAEDTLER Karat Aquarell Watercolor Pencils, Nibs, Gamsol, Ink Blending Tool, Prima Printery Pattern Paper, Eclipse Tape


Stamps - Artistic Outpost Paperboy
My next card is perfect for sending to your girlfriends!  This coming weekend has been our Girls Weekend for the past two years, unfortunately this year, the dates just didn't work our for us to get together, so my "girlfriends" this one is for you!

The girl trio is stamped in Black Archival on pattern paper, all edges are sponged with Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.  To embellish, I added some Zva Creative Jet Black Crystals, a Mini Vanilla Rose and Seam Binding that was tied into a double bow.

Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Paperboy
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink
Card Stock - Black, Bahama Breeze
Other - Ink Blending Tool, Zva Creative Jet Black Crystal Flourish/Mini Rose, Glue Dots, Seam Binding

Stamps - Artistic Outpost Paperboy
The Paperboy collection features iconic newsboys and girls from the early 1900's when children hocked the latest news on the street corners of America's busiest cities.  The collection is available in the Artistic Outpost Store in both unmounted sheets of red rubber for $14 or mounted on EZ Mount cling foam and pre-cut for you for $22.99. The Mounted version comes with a cling card for easy storage.

Looking for more inspiration using the Paperboy collection, be sure to stop by and see what the other designers created:




Thanks for stopping by!
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11 comments :

butterfly said...

Oh fantastic... what a great idea to combine with the Printery papers! I love your matted card with the girls, and the paperboy is so adorable!
Alison x

Suzanne C said...

Lovely lovely cards. The papers are the perfect backdrop for the sweet images! Love the pop of blue with the black on the girls card.

Netty said...

Loving both your cards and the new stamp set looks fab. x

Kate said...

Lovely! The teal bow and black pearls really make that card have a bit of vintage elegance. And I love the neutral background on that first card. Really makes those stamps pop!
Kate

Terry said...

I do love the newspaper boy and you have colored him and the building so beautifully! Love the offset words! The girls are so pretty with that lovely bow! Beautiful cards! Enjoy!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Don't ya' just love them! Beautiful cards, see we'll all have some new fav's.

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fabulous cards Lisa, I love the touches of colour and your designs/layouts are fabulous. I love this release. Enjoy your day. Tracy x

Basement Stamper said...

Both cards are gorgeous. That 2nd one just popped right out at me, I love that color combination so much!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Sensational samples, Lisa! I really love how you have used the Printery Colleciton and the way you colord the images in the first one and the second just oozes shabby elegance - the teal accents are just gorgeous! Wonderful work with a wonderful plate!

Hugs,
Linda

Shelly Schmidt said...

Your cards are both fabulous! Another great set by AO- what fun cards with this set!

Barbara said...

Love these designs on the printed papers....a perfect pairing!

 
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