The WT72 challenge is to use your adhesive in other ways so I used my favorite little gem and charm adhesive Diamond Glaze as a resist. I stamped the circles in color first then put DG over the top, let dry and used pink to brayer the panel. The lavender panel is also colored with a brayer. Flowers were stamped with StazOn and colored with pad ink and aqua painter. Squiggle lines are with a Sakura gel pen. The green checked and white edges are sponged and I stamped Linen over the image panel to tone down the white, it was colored with watercolor pencils. The sentiment is from two separate Hero Arts stamps and that meets the LSC75 requirements and a stamp positioner is great tool when doing this select stamping.
The image and gingham paper is a trade with Judy Tulloch, what a bunch of cute Fluffles I have now, thanks Judy.
Date: Friday, August 4, 2006 GMT Views: 582
Stamps: Stampin Up – Linen, Stampendous – Fluffles kitty, Hero Arts – sentiments, flower, my own hand cut circles and pencil eraser
Paper: Gingham, plain green paper, white glossy, flat, textured cardstock
Ink: SU-Classic – Lavender Lace, Pretty in Pink, Glorious Green, Creamy Caramel, StazOn – black
Accessories: Black gel pen, black marker for sentiment, watercolor pencils, sponge, aqua painter, double sided tape, stamp positioner
Registered: March 24, 2005 Location: by a stream and a pond Posts: 2021
Fri, Aug 04, 2006 @ 11:40 AM
Roxie, this is adorable! I love that you did an orange tabbie. Had you colored him with a white chest and white paws, you would have had my Rusty... but my Rusty wouldn't have done what this kitty did! He's an angel... I love your squiggle lines.