Friday, February 11, 2011

Stamps, a Mask and an Airbrush

I was rummaging around in my studio the other day and came across a Tim Holtz mask that I hadn't used yet. Imagine that!!! So, first I used it sponging ink over the mask. It looked pretty good. Next I got really adventuresome and got my Copic Air Brushing System out and tried that. Whoa.................. the airbrush turned out amazing. The mask I used is called concerto, it's been out a few years, so it's not new on the market. Since I just received a new music set, set 424 from Sparkle N Sprinkle last month, I used some of those stamps and designed this new card.(Click here to view the new stamp set 424.)

I also used a vellum sheet and airbrushed some black onto it to have it kind of match the colors on the background of the card. Next I made an oval rosette.The oval shape was easy to achieve. Click here for my rosette tutorial. So, here is my first card with an airbrushed background. I hope you like it as much as I do.

By the way, Sunday, Sparkle N Sprinkle is teaming up with Really Reasonable Ribbon for a blog hop. There will be blog candy awarded from both companies, so, make sure to participate Sunday on a great hop. Clicking here will take you to the Really Reasonable Blog. You are sure to get great ideas and inspiration from everyone participating. Make sure to leave comments to be eligible for the blog candy.
So, I look forward to seeing you Sunday on a great blog hop.

That's it for now, thanks for stopping, see you soon,


5 comments:

Jean W said...

Love this finished product. And watched your rosette tutorial -- great job! Thanks for sharing.

Nana Connie said...

Barb, I really like this card. Now that I think about it, I have a couple of unused masks that I need to dig out. Good inspiration. :-) Your tutorial for making the rosette is great. Thanks for sharing that!

Craftyanny said...

oh wow Barbara this is stunning. What a fab background you created.
Anne x

Ciao Bella! said...

Barb, just loooooove what you've done here! You're my idol!

Shar said...

Beautifully done! Great look!