Saturday, 27 April 2019

Last Day Easter Cyber Crop creating

Good morning to you all. I hope you have had fun with the Easter Cyber Crop over the past week. I thought I would share two of my little projects I worked on over the week - Challenge 1 (feathers) & Challenge 2 (purple) from the Cyber Crop. For this project I decided to do  the Heidi Swapp Memorydex cards.

I tend to do groups of four when I prep my cards as I never know if I get a good run with my time management and if my mojo is flowing I like to just be prepared with the prep side of things. Each card was given a base coat of colour.  In order of the photo I have used -Prima Art Alchemy Acrylic Paint Sparks  in 'Iris Potion', Prima Art Alchemy Acrylic Paint Sparks ' Butterfly Spells', Dylusions Ink Spray 'Polished Jade' and Prima Art Alchemy Acrylic Paint Metallique 'Pink Blush'.


 Challenge 1  - I applied the paint with a stick to leave a nice texture on the card. This is an amazing paint, lovely and glossy and shimmery. I then prepped an acrylic bird I had in my stash by painting it with Vicki Boutin black paint & using a bird stencil.



I used  some more Prima Art Alchemy Acrylic Paint Sparks ' Ginger Magic' through another stencil and then used a small feather stamp on the card with Archival black ink. 


I did a little stamping on the edges with Tim Holtz stamp and then stapled the acrylic bird on to the card. I finished the card off with a little ALLS pencil and a little water. 
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Challenge 2 - I stamped on the card once the ink dried. I then used my Dina Wakley Scribble sticks to paint the purple on the leggings. As well as the purple I have added a rich blue Scribble stick around the edges.


I then stamped with Archival black ink and a Viva Las Vegas stamp. I used  Prima Art Alchemy Acrylic Paint Sparks 'Light Patina'  just under her leg to help define where I will be stamping my quote.


I sewed a little organza ribbon to make a skirt, then added the stamping using a Stampers Anonymous stamp. A few cross hatch stitches were sewn on using cotton thread.



I have also used black gesso at the base of the card with the TCW stencil 'Ocean window '. Finally I added a little metal embellishment and went around the card with an ALLS pencil and a little water. 


I hope you have enjoyed the Easter Cyber Crop for 2019. I have thoroughly enjoyed the crop and there are a lot of fabulous entries coming in to the Facebook Album. You still have a few hours to get your entries in for the Cyber Crop so keep on creating. 

Plus don't forget the Moodboard challenge - all that luscious green.... we only have four days left including today for this one so lots can still be created with the weekend ahead of us. Until next time ... 

Tracey
xx

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