Saturday, 31 July 2021

ICAD - 53 -61

My final recap of ICADS running up until the last day of July!

#53 July 23rd

The process for this index card (and my September calendar page) was to cut a wobbly mask from a piece of acetate and then use it to make a shape using Distress Oxides - blended with brushes.
I then added a chipboard made by layering up diecuts and splatter using white gloss spray.

#54  July 24th

The original post for this is here. Corrugated paper with paint, string and an image from Oddball Art Co, coloured with markers. The sentiment was from my stash.

#55 July 25th and #56 July 26th.

Using LeighSB Designs image and sentiment for Leigh's Christmas in July Hop.
The background is rustic wilderness Distress Oxide smeared in a Tattered Lace embossing folder.  Find the original post for #56 here

These are the backgrounds:

#57 July 27th

A spun alcohol ink background over stamped with a  Carabelle stamp. I stamped the butterfly again and added it on dimensionals.

#58 July 28th.

I have had a few spun alcohol ink backgrounds on my desk for a few days. For today's index card I decided again to add a diecuts in black card.
Look at this one:

This one used alcohol ink and blending solution. I used two similar backgrounds on my July calendar.

On this ICAD I used another die cut from Colour Blast - Michelle Grant Designs.

#59 July 29th

Gelli Pull background - I really love this one!! Tracy Scott stamps printed on blue card and cut out. Added penwork.

#60 July 30th

Brusho background. Die cut. Penwork.


#61 July 31st

 I watched a Jennifer McGuire video which combined a Gelli plate with inks to make a background. I had a go and produced the background for this last index card.

The bee was also printed using the same technique but it came out very pale so I overstamped it in black archival suing the Tracy Scott stamp. I cut it out and then added extra colour with markers and gold pen.
Finally I added black soot Distress Ink around the edges.


Happy Crafting!

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