This was a nice week. I was busy with office work, but I found time to do some line art and also to record two videos. What occupied me most was Claritystamp challenge. I decided I will enter the challenge for the first time (mostly because I finally have the necessary stamp!). Here is my work:
It was challenging, because I have never done stamp masking and layering before. I’ve seen videos, so I knew the technique, but I did have some trouble with positioning the masks – probably could have marked them somehow or thought about not turning the stamp around 🙂 Anyway, it went well…
Here are some details:
And the video:
14 responses to “Daisies (Week 9-15 February 2015)”
I love this card its stunning. Thank you for entering the challenge and good luck. Xx
A lovely colourful piece of artwork, with great masking. Thank you for the video – if only we could really craft that fast!! I’m glad you did decide to enter the Clarity Challenge and hope you do again. Good luck! x
Thanks for watching the video Angela! I like the fast forward – everything looks so flawless. You cannot see my sweat dripping while I was repositioning the masks… LOL!
Wow nice and bright good luck clarity challenge x
Thank you Julie!
Lots of interesting techniques and great to view how they are actually done. So pleased you decided to enter Clarity Challenge 24 and looking forward to seeing more of your art work. Good Luck! ;~}
Thanks Shelagh! I hope I will have the necessary stamps for future challenges :)… My collection is still very modest.
So interesting to watch your video. Love the way the flowers just come to life when you go over the pencil with water. A very arty contribution. Good luck in the challenge. x
Hi Lesley! Thanks so much for watching the video! It means a lot to me 🙂
Super card and great video. Thanks for entering the Clarity Challenge and good luck
Thanks for visiting Naomi!
You’ve made a fantastic piece of art – well done and good luck with the Feb challenge. Look forward to seeing more of your work over the coming months! x
Than you Carole!