Monday, July 31, 2017

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Food and/or Drink



Welcome! Thanks so much for stopping by. I'm here with this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge where our theme is, Food and/or Drink. I created a fun card with lots of texture and wishful thinking. Don't you wish Latte's were only 5 cents? I put together a tutorial on how I created the background for some inspiration. Enjoy!






I start by cutting a 4-3/4" x 6-3/4" piece of Neenah Desert Storm card stock.





I add the Tim Holtz Linen mini stencil with Wendy Vecchi White Embossing Paste.





When the embossing paste is completely dry, I make a mixture of Walnut Stain Distress Spray and water onto a craft mat and run the panel through it.





When the Walnut Stain ink is dry, I make a mixture of Broken China Distress Oxide and water on my craft mat and run the panel through it.





I continue running the panel through the ink mixture until I'm happy with the outcome.





I stencil on the Tim Holtz Typo with Vintage Photo Distress Oxide in random areas on the panel. (Note: I should have used Vintage Photo Archival Ink because the Distress Oxide eventually soaked into the background so much that it became almost invisible.)






Now that everything is dry, I add some Ground Espresso Distress Crayon pigment to shade around the embossed areas.





Next, I ink the edges with Potting Soil Archival Ink.





I complete the panel by splattering some Walnut Stain Distress Oxide mixed with water onto the panel and Gathered Twigs Distress Ink mixed with water using the Tim Holtz Splatter Brush.





I cut the necessary pieces for my focal point using velum, corrugated cardboard and Neenah Desert Storm card stock. The 5 cent piece is the circle cut from the Tim Holtz Fresh Brewed Bigz die set and stamped with a stamp from the Tim Holtz Remnants stamp set.





I ink the circle, cup and sleeve with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.





I add Picket Fence Distress Paint to the middle section of the circle where I will place the coffee cup. This will make the cup stand out and draw the eye in.





To complete the card I add some burlap, flowers from my stash, gears and other metal pieces. I then add the word Latte using the Simon Says Stamp Game Tile Letters stamp set. I create the word using black card stock, Versamark embossing ink and Hero Arts white embossing powder. I adhere my completed card panel onto a 5" x 7" piece of Simon Says Stamp Dark Chocolate card stock and my card is done.

I hope you enjoyed seeing the process I used to create my card for the Food and/or Drink challenge and that you join us for this fun challenge by adding your project to Simon Says Stamp's Monday Challenge Blog for your chance to win a $50 gift voucher to their amazing store.



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14 comments:

  1. Such a brilliant, grungy card Cathie...love it!!! ❤

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  2. Oh wow! Absolutely LOVELY browns and blues color combo, what an amazing effect! So deep and vibrant. Love the soft flowers against the strong background colors. Amazing project! Hugs, Macarena

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  3. Gorgeous card Cathie :-) I love the dark colours and textures of the background and then the blob of white on the coaster gives it a perfect lift! the whole design of this is perfect!! :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  4. Absolutely charming Cathie! Thanks for the step-out tutorial so I could understand how you created the background. Appreciate the time it tales to do that.

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  5. Love coffee,love the card, and 5 cents would be fabulous! (I'll take 3, please! ☕)

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  6. Fantastic richly colored card, Cathie! Don't I wish a latte was 5 cents!!! Love the corrugated texture and grid, and how beautifully you pull every element together. Gorgeous!!! hugs, Maura

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  7. Love your fabulous card, Cathie. The rusty color scheme and the layered embellishments are fantastic! :)

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  8. YUM! You have such a great knack for creating really fun and interesting textures! I *wish* frappucino's were 5 cents.. or maybe I don't ;)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  9. As always a fabulous design and incredible colors, so vibrant! Fantastic card! barbara

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  10. wonderful project Cathie...as a coffee lover,this makes my heart sing hugs kath xxx

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  11. Another wonderful project and another fabulous step by step...this is just gorgeous Cathie and I love every single detail about it! <3

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  12. Fabulous card, Cathie! Love the gorgeous background! I too noticed that not all of the ink stays on top of the Distress Oxides, but that Archival does. Love the scrabble stamps, so fun! Hugs, Sandra

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  13. Beautiful project Cathie!! Love the background and the wonderful colours. The 5c stamp was a great idea to use!

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