Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Club Scrap January Artist Team Challenge

Hello everyone, and welcome to Club Scraps January Artist Team Challenge! This month the January Challenge was to use the Faux Batik technique for one of our projects, as this months Color Me Happy Club Kit was inspired by this.. So I chose the technique using stamps and ink :) 
Now you should have arrived from Josette's Blog , however if you did not come from there, you might want to start at the beginning with Karen's Club Scrap blog that way you wont miss any of the Design Teams beautiful creations. All design paper, card stock, Stamps used are from Club Scraps Color Me Happy Kit.

1st card here I chose the white card stock from Januarys Color Me Happy Club Kit. I stamped my Floral stamp from the Club Scrap Girlfriends set, in the Glue Pad and then added vintage ice embossing powder, and heated. Next I sprayed Gold, Walnut Gold, Walnut ink Antiquing Solution,and tiger lily on the backing, using the Batik technique.

The sentiment is from Oct 2016 Club Scraps Literature Greetings, it is stamped in club scrap black ink.

The back layer on this card was done with just sprays, no stamps. I did add some pearls to give dimension to my card. Also added some ribbon and a pearl/ all brown card stock on this card is also from the Color Me happy Deluxe Club Kit!

 2nd Card -sweet fairy , I chose fun colors to use the Batik technique and the darling Club Scrap Enchanted Forest Set. I LOVE how this one turned out. it was my 1st card made for today.
I used Memento Pear Tart, Memento Angel Pink, Brilliance Orchid, Brilliance Purple, Brilliance Lavender all to create the Batik Technique. LOVE the results of this one.
Background design paper was created using Shades of Winter design paper, and using a distressing on it, no stamping.

3rd card- I chose the darling stamp set from the Club Scrap Girlfriends un-mounted rubber stamps set.  It was stamped in glue pad, an also has vintage lace embossing powder using the Batik Technique.

On this card here I chose the brown shimmer text weight card stock from the Literature Deluxe Club kit. I LOVE this brown card stock, its absolutely gorgeous in person. The ribbon is from January Color Me Happy Deluxe Kit. I added some sewing, and a cabochon to the card. The Thank you is a tag I had on hand.
I hope you enjoyed my post for today, and all my projects, as I had fun designing each and every one of them using this super fun technique! Please let me know what you think as I always enjoy reading your wonderful comments!
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Donna Coughlin said...

The cards are gorgeous! I especially love the copper/browns in the first one and the pink one with the fairy is fantanstic!

Ink Stained Roni said...

Lovely cards - I really love the chocolate card - so very striking.

Kelly A Clark said...

The cards in the browns look almost like they are made of cork...so pretty! They are my favorites!

Josette Trunnell said...

Beautiful! How about a tutorial on those bows!!

Josette Trunnell said...

Beautiful! How about a tutorial on those bows!!

Josette Trunnell said...

Beautiful! How about a tutorial on those bows!!

Karen Wyngaard said...

What a lovely choice of color schemes. Thanks for sharing your beautiful cards!

Lisa D said...

I was shocked to read your bronze background was created and inked! Well Done!

Hetty said...

Gorgeous cards, Cheryl.
Love your colors and great stamp choice!

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Tina Dornbaum said...

Love them all. Totally stunning results!