August CAS Mix Up Reminder

Capture d_écran 2018-07-18 à 15.25.55You still have time to play for the August CAS Mix Up Challenge.  All entries must be posted on the blog by the 24th.  Remember to visit the blog for DT inspiration and videos.

For this card I used an Andy Skinner shredded deco art stencil.  I created a mask opening on the card base and used blue Brushos with water on this stencil to mono print the texture.  The seahorse is from Spellbinders, so before removing the paper from the die, I added molding paste through the apertures.  Once removed I added Brushos to the still wet paste, sprinkled clear EP and heat set it.  I added a second coat of clear EP to get this yummy guy.  I also added a carnelian EP to embossed the coral and then blue embossed the seashell.  A white tag was stamped and heat embossed with the same carnelian EP along with the edges of the tag.  Shiney blue twine was added before adhering the tag.

Hope to see you in our gallery, thank you for stopping by, HUGz,

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7 thoughts on “August CAS Mix Up Reminder

  1. Beautiful masked stencil monoprint, Joanna! And what a gorgeous seahorse is! Love the Brushos colors and the gloss of the clear EB. The design of the card is fantastic too. Hideko xx

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  2. Beautiful colors on your seahorse and the embossing makes him look like a piece of jewelry! Love the coral and shell too! And the monoprint background is the perfect colors and pattern for this underwater scene!

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  3. TFS all your mixed media techniques, Joanna. Your Seahorse is a gorgeous, shiny work of art, my friend. Love how you masked your card base to get just a small amount of Stencil Monoprint. Beautiful coral too! TFS my friend. Hugs…

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  4. Gorgeous mix of colours for your underwater scene, Joanna! Great monoprint that works perfect with the seahorse, coral, and shell. The dimension, colours, and shine on the seahorse are amazing. xx

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  5. Love the way you did the seahorse with the molding paste while it was still in the die – it added great texture! Great colours in the seahorse, coral, and shell, and I love the beautiful stencil monoprint behind it all.

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