20.11.2017

Tear It Up


Are you ready for the newest SSS Monday Challenge?



This week we want you to TEAR IT UP
so any distressed paper or fabric or whatever will be great!

As always you could be a $50 voucher winner and spend it
at the greatest Simon Says Stamp Store


I made a retro Wedding/Anniversary card with flowers made out of
 a baby wipe which I used for my previous project (this one).
I saved it due to nice colors mixture it got. 
I knew I would use it soon for something 
and decided to make flowers with it :-)
There is a step-by-step picture guide of how I made them.
Maybe you shouldn't throw away them and try to re-use?




I took my Rose Creations dies and cut out flowers of different sizes.
I mixed Mod Podge with a bit of water and smeared my flowers 
to make them more rigid ad workable. Then I creased them 
hoping they will remember that irregular shapes and they did a bit. 
After that I gave them a touch of shimmer with Prime Sparks Paint, 
added stamens, glued and put away. 


This is a close-up of a ready flower, isn't it sweet?


For my background I used Abstract Triangles stamp 
and embossed it with White Fine Detail Embossing Powder. 
Then I spplied some Magenta and Black Currant Infusions.
It gave me the colors I wanted so I only calmed them down
a little bit civering the surface with Antique Linen Paint. 


The frame was cut from Postage Stamp Frame, embossed the same way and colored with browns Disstress Oxides. 
Made dark edges with Ground Espresso Distress ink. 
I teared up a piece of Crowded Attic paper and put inside the frame.


Finally added a couple of Paper Dolls, Film Strip Ribbon and other details. 



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16 komentarzy:

  1. Beautiful card Macarena! the vintage couple are so cute and I love the torn details and the flowers, they are fabulous and I am definitely going to have a go with baby wipes!! The whole design of this is stunning! :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  2. I just love your gorgeous handmade flowers! And the Infusions background is the most beautiful! This is a stunning project and has inspired me so much. Hugs, Autumn

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  3. Stunning... The layering is awesome

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  4. Fabulous!!! Oh my, what an awesome idea with the baby wipes!!! That is definitely thinking outside of the box, Macarena! This is one gorgeous work of art!! hugs, Maura

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  5. Wow, what a beautiful card and the way you created those pretty flowers is amazing! Wishing you a Happy Friday and Weekend! J 😊

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  6. Awwww! You have got to be one of the most romantic artists I know! I really like how you create pieces that have love as a focal point and have such an elegant theme. In this one, I especially like how you used the abstract triangles stamp! Beautiful, as always!

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  7. Absolutely agree with Andrea, this piece is so romantic! Amazing piece , love somuch the background and the flowers, fabulous! Barbara

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  8. This is beautiful, Macarena, and your flowers are gorgeous!!

    Cathie ♥

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  9. This is so beautiful, the flowers are stunning and the whole project has a really lovely romantic feel to it...I love it!

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  10. This card is really beautiful. I love the flowers you created and the background, tearing and all the layers are so pretty together.

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  11. Wow.. this is such a gorgeous creation, Macarena. The color scheme and the layered embellishments are fantastic! Love the beautiful flowers, too. :)

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  12. truly stunning Macarena and I love your baby wipe flowers...hugs kath xxx

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  13. What an amazing piece, Marzena! Love the gorgeous color and the flowers are so pretty! The background stamp is so cool, I need to get that one too! I'm gonna use it with embossing powder and Infusions too! Thanks for giving me inspiration! Hugs, Sandra

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  14. I definitely want to try this way of making flowers!! Thank you for sharing your secrets!!! Love this project!!!

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