Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Stained Glass window - Wild & Wacky challenge

I recently participated in a Wild and Wacky challenge with my ORSA (Ontarion Rubber Stamping Artists ) group.
We were to make a background design using a kaleidoscope design from this website:
It was hard getting the design and color I liked as the screen was in constant motion, but I hit Control P and hoped for the best.
What printed out was absolutely fantastic, and I immediately thought of a stained glass window.

I used a stamp from the Artistic Stamper, London, Ont. which had  roses in what looked like a window.
This image was stamped twice - once on Whisper White card stock, and once onto the kaleidoscope paper.
Then, using tiny scissors, I began cutting out the background around the roses and leaves and gluing them to the Whisper White card stock until all the background was filled in.
Then I colored the roses and leaves with copic markers to bring out the colors of the background.  The lead lines were made using copic markers.
The completed image was trimmed and matted onto black card stock and mounted onto a black card base matted with limeade card stock - using dimensionals.

Stamp: Stained glass window with roses from the Artistic Stamper
Inks: Black Stazon, Copic markers
Papers: Basic Black, Whisper White, Lucky Limeade, Kaleidoscope
Accessories: 5/8" Basic Black grosgrain ribbon, dimensionals, dazzling details
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