Friday, 17 February 2017

Reverse of Yesterday's Card

Yesterday I posted this card and explained how it was made (see here):


I had a lot of spritzed red brushos on my stencil after I finished it so before cleaning it up, I flipped it over onto another piece of watercolour paper and used the stencil to do a stencil monoprint background to make this card:


When dry, I added a bit of very pale text stamping and a postmark.  Then stamped and heat embossed the sentiment.

I'll link it up with the CAS Watercolour challenge since it is a watercolour technique and it fits the February theme of "Love":


If you want to join in, you have until February 24th.






Supplies:
Stamps - Tim Holtz sentiment, text, and postage mark
Ink - Versafine Onyx Black, Adirondack Lake Mist
Paper - watercolour paper, white cs
Size - A2
Accessories - TCW stencil, clear embossing powder, red brushos, fun foam



7 comments:

  1. Wow...Your monoprint stenciled card is Stunning, Susan! You must be pleased that you were able to use your extra ink and end up with such a beautiful background for your wonderful sentiment. TFS my friend. Hugs..

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  2. I don't know which I like the best, Susan! The reverse of the stencil is as pretty as the first! Another wonderful sentiment!

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  3. I love the reverse mono-print, the watery background is so cool

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  4. Susan, I love both of your cards!! Love the reverse stenciling technique!

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  5. The monoprint is gorgeous Susan. LOVE all that flowing colour. And a great way to get two amazing card fronts from one inking. LOVE IT! xx

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  6. I have been playing with similar techniques today and really enjoyed myself, as it looks like you have too. The most striking card x

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