18 december 2017 - 1 comment.

Fold Out Card with various Ranger Ink Products

Hi There! It has been a while since I blogged, so here I am again. I made a lovely 'fold out card' with different Ranger Ink products.

I want to show you the video I made, below the video is a list of products and a short description how I made this.

List of products used:

-Dina Wakley Media Heavy Body Acrylic Paints in colours Black, White, Lemon, Tangerine, Sky, Lime and Evergreen.

-Dina Wakley Media Gesso in Black and White

-Dina Wakley Media Paint Comb

-Dina Wakley Media Tape

-Dina Wakley Media Brushes

-Dina Wakley Media Stamps 'Grungy Stars', 'Scribbly Birds', 'Handwritten Quotes' and a scribbly bird from a discontinued Holiday Stamp set

-Dina Wakley Media Stencils 'Shape Mashup', 'Halves', 'Bullseye' and 'Plastic Canvas'

-Ranger Craft Tags

-Dylusions Mixed Media Cardstock

-Tim Holtz Melange Tissue Wrap

-Tim Holtz stickers Big Chat

-Ranger Ink Letter It Embossing Ink, Embossing Powder (Gunmetal), Clear stamps, Stamping Ink in Jet Black

-Amsterdam Acrylic Inks

-Studio Light products foam stamp MB03, mask MB03 and stamp MB09.

 How to:

Take 2 pieces of Dylusions Mixed Media Cardstock and cut horizontally, size becomes 4.25"x11". Prepare 2 pieces with Dina Wakley Media Gesso (white).

Think about which colours to use. Therefore I prepared 2 backgrounds with acrylic paints. I created one background in yellow / orange colours and one background in green colours. The other 2 pieces of cardstock I didn't prepare with gesso. I choose complementary colours (so, that means blue colours which I am going to combine with the yellow prepared background, and pick to combine with the green prepared background). I made the backgrounds with Acrylic Inks.

The acrylic ink backgrounds I masked with circles and black paint. For the blue background I masked around the circles, so I created 3 circles. After that I stencilled some white and sky paints on the black. Put some tissue wrap on, a yellow stamped heart and a yellow painted scribbly bird. Text stamp with embossing ink and embossed with white embossing powder.

For the pink acrylic ink background I made black circles, and stencilled in the circles with the Bullseye stencil. I stencilled outside the circles with black and white paint. Put some tissue wrap on, some media tape, a green stamped heart and a green painted scribbly bird. Text stamp with embossing ink and embossed with white embossing powder.

The acrylic painted backgrounds I used some stencils on and after that I put some focal point images in the same colours as my ink backgrounds. So, on the yellow background I made a focal point in blue colours. And on the green background a focal point in pink colours. I attached the pink background on the top side of the green background with double sided sticky tape. And attached the blue background on the yellow background. Like this:

I attached a little piece of cardstock on the back (where the two focal points come together), to bind the 2 pieces together. I painted all the backs black, and added some white paint through stencils. This is the whole card, folded out:

 

The front of the card I decorated with a tag (with a leftover of blue ink), Dina Wakley tape and a Grungy Star which I stamped with embossing ink and embossed with Gun Metal embossing powder. And some 'big chat' stickers.

If you have any questions, just ask! I solemnly swear to blog more often 🙂

 

 

Published by: claudiart in Art Journalling

Comments

Diny
18 december 2017 at 19:08

Thanks for sharing your ideas with us. Great video. Diny

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