Saturday, January 11, 2014

Coby's Saturday

Another Saturday again and at first I wanted to thank you all for the lovely comments you gave on my first post over here. It gave me a big smile! Today I wanted to show you something totaly different. I made two birthday cards. This way of working I learned from Dina Wackley, love how she's using paint and inks. For these cards I used Aquarelpaper. Put some paint on the paper and spray a lot of water on it. Play with it, let it flow, dip it with some tissue paper till you think it's oke! Give it something more with templates and ink. For the heart I used some rest paper and stitch something on it. The final touch is a Stampotique stamp, stamp it color it en create a card.
Thanks for comming by and love to read your reactions again! Coby Used Stamps: congratulations, Numeric, Goat Monster

13 comments:

Amanda said...

Love your backgrounds, great cards
Love
Amanda J x

xxx Myra xxx said...

geweldig!!

Jackie said...

What a fab idea ... Any chance of some step by step photos on your blog of this technique please

Esther Glas said...

Love them!

Sarah Anderson said...

I love the way you use arrows in your pieces Coby

Vera Lane Studio said...

Precious. Well done! <3!

Astrid Stulemeijer (AssiCrafts) said...

Really fab cards Coby!!! XOXO

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Great job, love you background, hearts and final cards!xx

Claudine Criner said...

Wonderful background Coby and I just love that little mister. Thanks for the technique idea!!

Sue said...

Coby these are gorgeous, I LOVE your background xx

massofhair said...

Brilliant background, great techniques, love the chevrons & dribbles very much. Goat Monster is on my wish list of Stampotique stamps. Fabulous creation:-) xxx

Kay Wallace said...

I really like both of these cards, Coby, but am partial to the first, as it is now in my hands! Such a sweet birthday card for my 70th birthday! It is even more beautiful in person, as one can see and feel the texture and the shiny surface of your image! I am humbled by your beautiful greeting!

roc said...

nice job!