Jazz It Up

Good Morning! We have lots of wonderful projects coming your way here on the blog today! Lisa Taggart is back with some fantastic Musical inspiration today created with our Jazz Music stamp set…


Hi I have a perky little card today using an old favourite from the Visible Image music stamp range. I love this stamp set and its my go to set when making a card for a male recipient.



 

It was a simple card to make:


First create an inky background – colours and medium of your choice. If water based ink, spray with fixative before adding the next layer .

Then take torn pieces of printed rice or tissue paper. (I used music themed) but you could also use news print or washi tape. I adhered the rice paper using matt medium.

When dry, stamp the main image in black along with the small circle stamp. Then using a paint lid with a slightly wider circumference, dip in white paint and print on to the card.


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I stamped the sentiment and cut the card to an angle ( as Jazz is quirky!)


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The art work was mounted on to complimentary card stock and the white dots on the main image highlighted with a white gel pen.


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I also added a shadow and line under the figure using a black Stabilo pencil.


Till next time

Lisa x




Another awesome card.. thank you Lisa!  ♡

Love the vibrant purple and gorgeous texture!

You will find more of Lisa’s inspiring projects over on her blog.



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