Sunday, May 8, 2016

Women Rule The World Post #2 with Lost Coast Designs

Hello Dreamers,
So happy you stopped in today.  I am sharing three more of the projects I made for the Women Rule the World Event with Lost Coast Designs.  The event runs through May 15 and there is still time to link up your project.  There is a very nice prize of a $10 Gift Certificate.  You may use any stamps, not just Lost Coast. So head over and link up any Mother's Day card or female themed project!!  It just has to include stamping.

On my first post here, I showed you two of my projects.  I ended up stamping lots of the Flower Girl because I wanted to keep trying different color combinations with the ink. Check out the other three.

Project #1

Materials List:
Stamp: Flower Girl from Lost Coast Designs
Distress Inks:Project #1- Seedless Preserves and Milled Lavender
Project #2- Peacock Feathers and Bundled Sage
Project #3 - Abandon Coral and Antique Linen
Mixed Media paper pad
CS: white,cream, purple, coral, and pale green
Seam Binding
Tiny Pearls
Spray inks
Acrylic Paints
Stencil (project #3)
Perfect Pearls liquid on stencil (project #3)
Gel type printing surface

Make It:

  • Make a card base from purple CS
  • Make the background paper by applying acrylic paints to a printing plate
  • Ink the Flower Girl stamp with Seedless Preserves and then Milled Lavender--stamp on the mixed media paper

  • Trim stamped piece and add to the card base with a layer of dark purple CS
  • Add the fibers: Tie Lavender tulle around card in a bow
Project #2: Peacock Feathers and Bundled Sage

Project #3Abandon Coral and Antique Linen

Well, just a lot of fun making all these projects!!  Love that Flower girl.  If you win the gift certificate, you should get this stamp. LOL  It is so lovely,and really versatile. 
See you later in the week for more creative fun!  I think I will post a few more birthday cards.  Have a great day!!  Love ya

1 comment:

  1. The Flower girl stamp is gorgeous, detailed and Vintage... my cup of tea! Love how you used it too with unfussy but striking designs.


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