Thursday, May 14, 2015

Waltzingmouse May Pajama Party

Howdy everyone!!  It's PJ time over at the Waltzingmouse Stamps Blog, and we have 4 awesome inspirational challenges for you!  I used two of the challenges as inspiration:  Man of the Moment and Old Pajamas, which is the set Man of the Hour.

I used one sketch and one technique to make 4 different cards.
For all the cards, I just colored directly onto an acrylic block (Acrylic Stamping) with Tombow markers, misted the block with different amounts of spraying for each pattern, and stamped it onto White Cardstock (PTI).  After they dried, I stamped sentiments from the WMS set Man of the Hour onto them.

For the background above, I misted the block quite heavily to get the colors to blend.

That's it for today's projects.  I hope you join in on the fun.  There is a prize to be won, so head on over to the Waltzingmouse Blog for all the details.  

And, that's not all.  I have some very exciting Waltzingmouse news to share.  You can now purchase Waltzingmouse Stamps and dies at Addicted to Rubber stamps.  In fact, the set I used today is available there.  Also, they are having a saleUse the code 'WELCOME' (on the shopping cart page) to receive 10% off the site. Anything that is already on sale will not have additional 10%.

Thanks for stopping by!

  Happy Stamping!


StampsMan of the Hour (Waltzingmouse)
Paper:  White and Black (PTI)
Ink:  Onyx Black (Versafine)
Accessories:  Tombow Markers, Mister (Ranger), Acrylic Blocks, Cuttlebug and Sizzix Embossing folders 


Jeanne J said...

Great way to show off these wonderful sentiments and have them take center stage Tosh! Love the soft watercolor effects!

Kate said...

I love the effect you've achieved with the acrylic block stamping - such a perfect background for these wonderfully graphic sentiments.

Sarah Gray said...

Love the misted backgrounds and sentiment panels - great CAS designs!

Julia Aston said...

Love your backgrounds Tosh - perfect to show off these bold sentiments in black and white!

Joan B said...

these are beautiful!

Charmaine Stack said...

I like them all! Awesome technique I now want to re-visit. The black border adds a nice oomph.

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