Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Guest Artist Teresa Abajo

Hi Everybody
I am very excited to introduce you to my very first guest artist, Teresa Abajo.
Teresa's work has been published many times & is also on many design teams.
Hop on over to her blog "The Tamarisk" & have a browse.
I just looooove these samples Teresa has made absolutely Fab !!!
Grab your supplies & create this funky card
Enjoy !!!!

Hi lovely crafty people! Teresa here with a card using the very awesome Sweetmoves image from Stampotique:


There are a few very simple steps involved - here goes!

I tore a few strips of old book page and adhered them to a piece of cardstock with Tombow glue.


Then I spread little dollops of Dina Wakely paints with the edge of a credit card until the whole piece was covered. I allowed each layer to dry in between, so that the paints wouldn't mix to create a big brown mess:

Once that was thoroughly dry, I applied some Whipped Spackle through a Stencil Girl stencil (Fade Horizontal):


While that was drying, I stamped, coloured and fussy cut Sweetmoves:


I then stamped the same image onto my background, and glued the cut out right over the top.


I added some black shading around the image with a Generals Graphite Pencil and a water brush:


The border was done by drawing a white line around the piece with a paint marker, outlining it with a black marker:


 then drawing in some dividing lines and colouring in between them:


The piece was then stuck to the front of a card. The sentiment was computer generated, stuck onto scraps of chipboard, inked with Black Soot ink and adhered to finish the card:


I hope you've found this tutorial useful!



4 comments:

Lovely Linda said...

Teresa - congratulations on your Guest Spot - I love this card and the techniques you have used - there is something about this that is adorable! Thanks for the inspiration my friend!{{{hugs}}}

Corrie Herriman said...

Gorgeous ! Great tutorial !
Corrie

Coby van willigenburg said...

thank you for sharing this, I wil try to make i!

Maria McGuire said...

Very FUN!!! Great tutorial and thanks for using our stencil in such a creative way!!!

Maria
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