Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Let The Sun Shine!


I’m so happy and proud to be doing my first RubberMoon blog post today and thank you to all at RubberMoon for the wonderful opportunity to share my creativity using your beautiful and thought- provoking stamps!






Supplies used:

RubberMoon Stamps:  Large lady sun face (ge2475), and
Let the sun shine (ge2216)
Gelli Arts: Gelli Plate

Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko: Memento Luxe inkers in Bahama Blue, Dandelion, Morocco, Olive Geen, Love Letter, and Pear Tart. 

VersaFine Black Onyx and Creative Medium

Sizzix: Cabinet Die

White Card








1.  Stamp your images onto white card and cut out.







2. Blend your inkers with creative medium to achieve a paint like consistency and brayer onto your Gelli Plate. Pull your print and let dry. Doodle using a fine black pen and then cut into strips. Glue your strips onto the card to create a collage, let dry and then die-cut.










3. Stamp “Let the Sun Shine" and glue it to your die-cut. Finish by gluing the Lady Sun to the top of your cabinet card.
  

9 comments:

  1. Your project is brilliant! What a great idea to deconstruct gelli prints and use them to die-cut. I really love that saying, too, "Let the sun shine". Instant cheerfulness!

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  2. Gorgeous Sharon. I just love it. The Colors are Fantastic!

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  3. Agree with all of the above comments! Thank you for a beautiful, inspiring project!

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  4. Ooooh, love the strip and reassemble idea! Cool colors, Sharon!

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  5. Everything about this is right!and fun....

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  6. Love the way you created the background for die cutting!

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