Hand Painted Scene..

Friday, January 23, 2015


Hello crafters!! Welcome back again. Today I'm here with a hand painted scene card, this is my first attempt and I really love the result. I'll be sharing a step by step photo tutorial on how I made this card!

 

 

So first I drew a cloud shaped image and that would be my tree top, cut it out and I created my own stencil and mask. Then I secured it with washi tapes on a piece of water color paper. 

 

 

I first went tapping the larger paint brush with Mustard Seed distress ink, then with Spiced Marmalade with a medium sized brush and finally Faber Castell red ink with the smallest brush. Once it dry covered the tree part with the cloud mask.. :)

 


Then I used Broken China and Peacock feather distress inks for the back ground, used Frayed Burlap distress ink for the tree trunk..


And finally stamped the sentiment from Technique Tuesday and adhered a tiny red heart.. :)

Entering this card for 

1. Runway Inspired Challenge ric#76, Carven (inspired by the colors and tree)

 


So that is the card for today. Hope you like it. Thanks for stopping by. See you soon again.. :)

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9 comments

  1. Reminded me the spring season in winter, beautiful sky BG with your hand drawn stencil and techniques, love it!
    Kindly see the email I send u Today.

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  2. Fantastic scene u created using ur own stencil inks...TFS this technique...!!

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  3. Beautiful watercolor technique - thanks for the tutorial - was wondering how you did that....your cards literally glows! Thanks so much for playing with us at STAMPlorations!

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  4. Stunning card and great tutorial, Deepti! Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations!

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  5. Love how you created this! Great job!

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  6. Beautiful as Always. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on sunday.

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  7. Awesome masked watercolouring technique Deepti! Love that you drew everything by hand too! Thanks for sharing with us at the Runway Inspired Challenge ;-)

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  8. Deepti this is AMAZING
    thanks for the tutorial and you have a great idea on this post and on some of your post too
    I love to visiting you and learn more technique..
    lovely blending the blue color too here
    Love your card...Beautiful like you sweety
    hugs and happy sunday
    Monika

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