Saturday, 12 August 2017

Get Well WIshes

Good Morning.

I created a get well card for you today by using the  
Stencil Monoprinting technique for the background.

So for those of you that are not familiar with this technique, you ink the stencil with a water based ink, spray it with water and press it onto your paper.  You will get a more loose, open look from the stencil but I really like the results you can achieve.  It is also another way to get a different look using the stencils you already have on hand.
Next, I placed the flowers stamps from Tim Holtz and Magenta into my Misti, inked with Tuxedo black and stamped.  I filled in some of the areas on the side where the ink didn't quite make it using the Mixed Media stamps from Stamplorations.
The sentiment is from Studio G.



 Have a great weekend and thanks so much for the visit.


Adding my card to these challenges:
Cards and More- DOTS, DOTS, DOTS
Lemon Shortbread- ANYTHING GOES
A Bit More Time to Craft- ANYTHING GOES


Supplies
Stamps- Wildflowers (TH); Mixed Media (STAMPlorations); Flower Silhouette (Magenta)
Get Well- (Studio G)
Ink- Tuxedo Black Memento; Distress- Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean (TH)
Paper- heavy white (local store)
Accessories and Tools- Misti, stencil- burlap (TH); Mister (TH)

19 comments:

Pat said...

This is beautiful Karen and love the inked up stencilled background and the pretty silhouette flowers in black stand out beautifully. x

aussie aNNie said...

Love this technique as the result is different and beautiful.xx
[aNNie]

Daffodil Cards said...

A Beautiful background, you are always so creative, love the card.
Faith
x

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's beautiful Karen
Gr Karin

Mac Mable said...

Great arty background effect to show off the silhouette black stamping x Gorgeous x

Christine Alexander said...

great effect with the layering of the stencil mono print, love the effect :)

Susan said...

Haven't done a stencil monoprint for awhile - you're inspiring me to do some. Love the effect you got, and adding in the Mixed Media stamps on the sides is a great finishing touch.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Another gorgeous card design you have created. You always do such great designs.

Loll said...

I do love this technique and need to use it more often. Your background is really beautiful. Love those wildflowers. xx

Cara said...

This is so pretty, love the soft background x

Ina G said...

What a super background Karen. I had never heard of stencil mono printing before so Thank You for sharing. I love the effect you achieved here with the added grunge. Certainly going to try that one out as I love playing with stencils.

Ina G said...

PS Love the new photo. Looking gorgeous my Friend!

Margaret Mifsud said...

Super gorgeous card!! The silhouette wildflowers really pop on the lovely blue background. I have never tried this technique but, after seeing your card, I will certainly give it a go. Thank you for sharing and thank you too for the lovely comment left on my blog. Have a lovely day! x

Margaret Mifsud said...

BTW. Love your work and have become a new follower! x

nancy littrell said...

Love your stencil layering and silhouette stamping, Karen...and your new avatar photo:-) TFS my friend. Hugs

Brawny said...

A fab card Karen. Great background x

cuilliesocks said...

Absolutely gorgeous Karen wonderful background and colours, Kate x

Bonnie said...

So much interest in the background! Perfect for the silhouette stamps!

Anja said...

What a beautiful card!
Thanks for joining us at Cards und More :)
Anja