This is one of the final workshops that I had a go at in the
September Virtual Retreat with Hillbilly Scrapping'
The idea was to make backgrounds on black and white using fossilised amber Distress Oxide.
Using the 'packaging technique' - smearing the Oxide onto a plastic bag. spritzing it with water and then dabbing it down on the surface - I added several layers of colour.
Next I stamped first, second and third generation stamps with a foam star in the yellow (and black on the white).
Finally I used a stencil with black soot Distress Oxide.
These are the two versions - I cut the black page into two sections to cover two pages of my A5 journal. I cut the white page to fit in my 10 in square journal. (This was the last page in here!)
I then collages a stamped image from Dyan Reaveley's Black Sheep with sections of stencilled card using the same two Distress Oxides, yellow card, black card and pieces of chipboard.
I will link this to Lost Coast Portal's The Man Cave Challenge
Oh WoW ! So amazing. I really LUV those backgrounds. What an excellent technique :-)ReplyDelete
Fabulous backgrounds and great pages xReplyDelete
love your black, white and yellow journal pages. such a great use of the mayan stamps! thanks for joining the lost coast design challenge!ReplyDelete
How wonderful is this album, I really like it. You have made good use of the mayen stamps. Love it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining the challenge at lost coast designs.
Gorgeous pages. Love the limited olours. The Mayan stamps look amazing like this. Thanks for joining the the fun at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity. HugzReplyDelete