Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Spring Harebells 'Treescapes' from Clarity

Morning Friends and Crafters, The lovely Maria is on our screens later today with some super stamps and stencils. The first show is 12 noon, with a second show at 4 pm. I hope you tune in for some excellent demos and lots of inspiration.

You will Need:
Clarity 'Treescape' Stamp
Clarity 'Spring' Stamp
Memento Black Ink
Clarity Club Stencil No 35
Black Fine Liner Water and Copic Proof
Brusho: Lemon, Yellow, Green,
Blue and Green alcohol markers
Drawing Gum
Watercolour Card
Black Soot Distress Oxide
Tacky Glue
Basic Oval Die

Step 1: Secure the stencil to your card and draw round it with a black fine liner.

Step 2: Place the oval over the card and draw around the inside (see photo). Roughly trim out the centre, trim around the flowers, abut 5 mm past the drawn line. The die will cut it out perfectly. Position the die so the flowers are not under the cut line, Run through the machine.

Step 3:Fill in the stencil lines with drawing gum and leave to dry.

Step 4: Spritz the card with water and sprinkle with the Brusho

Step 5: Once dry stamp the spring and remove the Drawing Gum.

Step 6: Take a second piece of card, spritz and colour with the Brusho.

Step 7: When dry stamp the Treescape with the Black Soot Distress Oxide.

Step 8: Trim and mount onto black card with Tacky Glue.

Step 9: Layer a piece of black card onto your base card, after measuring for the right size for your piece.

Step 10: Slide your topper into place underneath one of the flowers, as shown in the photo, you might need to trim along the flower a little more, secure in place with Tacky Glue.

Step 11: Layer the piece onto the base card with Tacky Glue.

Here is the finished card:

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I do hope you have enjoyed the tutorial today along with the finished card. I hope you will join me again very soon to see what else I have to share with you. For now Take care and Happy

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful colours and card. Clever way to use the die and stencil together without one dominating the other.
    Thank you for sharing Nicola x