06.08.2018

Trust the Mess



Hi there in the middle of summer!
Is there so hot, too? 
Here's like: can someone close the hell's doors, please?
Well, let us all refresh with a new Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.


This week we want you to TAPE IT UP
so please use a tape to whatever you make. 

We also showcase Jane Davenport's products so if you have them, 
we'd love to see them used on your projects. 

Remember that you can be a happy winner of $50 voucher


I have to admit it's my first use of Jane's products ever 
and I chose a set of this beautiful girls rub-ons and a set of small tapes.
My card is quite romantic and look at this lady, isn't she gorgeous? 
I'm in love with her hat!


I started with covering my base with the modeling paste through the Leafy stencil, then covered all this with a thin layer of Mother of Pearl mousse and finally gave it some shades of brown with Distress Oxides. 

Since the frame which matched with the lady was too dark, I decided to give it totally different color. I covered it with Crackle Paste and colored with several Distress Oxides in very different colors. 


I took two strips of a watercolor paper and just colored them using 
Distress Oxides and water. I loved how the shades of green mixed together. 


Finally I placed the lady on a white paper and colored the background 
with a light pink. I also placed a piece of tulle to give her more dignity...
The tulle here reminds me a veil that wore ladies in old times.





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11 komentarzy:

  1. I do agree with you on that fabulous hat and the tulle really gives the lady a very classy feel. The frame is gorgeous on your beautiful card.

    I feel very honoured to be working alongside such a talented team at SSS. Anne xx

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  2. Beautiful card Macarena, she is a beauty and I love the background and the tulle 'veil', I really LOVE the whole design of this, so dreamy and gorgeous :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  3. This is such a fabulous piece of artwork, Macarena. Love all the beautiful embellishments and details. :)

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  4. Stunning art, Macarena! Love the texture and colors and the netting over the image :D

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  5. Love your beautiful and mysterious lady, Macarena! Her hat is amazing, and I really love how you put the tulle over her image, it really adds a wonderful element! Sorry to hear it is so hot, it has been like that here too, but today, finally is cooler. (of course, my car's air conditioning decided to stop working in the heat, ugh) Hope it gets cooler for you! hugs, Maura

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  6. oh wow this is AMAZING!! I absolutely love what you create this week! and I am so happy for the first close up photo...the idea of the net is wonderful!!!
    Here in italy it is so so so hot too!!! ugh, can't wait for cold weather and warm pijamas!!! i am definitely a more fall-wintery girl!! hugs xxxxx

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  7. love how you created such a beautiful frame for that gorgeous image, hugs kath xxx

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  8. A gorgeous card Marzena and you've framed the image of the woman so beautifully, it really does look stunning! Hope the weather has cooled down slightly! I hate this weather, much more an autumn/winter girl, so I feel your pain! <3

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  9. Gorgeous card, Marzena! Love the mesh idea! It looks amazing, and I'm gonna steel that idea! LOL! Hope the cool weather is finally arrived in Poland! Hugs, Sandra

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  10. This is such a fabulous project! I couldn't wait to see what you'd do with Jane's products and you definitely did not disappoint. This is bursting with so many interesting textures. And I love how you used the girl as the focal point. I didn't know she existed as a product to buy, so thanks for inspiring me and giving me another thing to add to my shopping cart!

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  11. Wow! Marzena ... every week I'm wait for wonderful textures you'll create! This week you created as always fabulous texture but the tulle idea is incredible! Amazing project! Barbara

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