I used a gelli printed background. I think this one was from mopping up leftover paints from the plate. I added the white circles by stamping with VersaMark and white embossing. I also added some black splatters by diluting black acrylic paint with water and using a round paintbrush to splatter; I just tap it onto another brush or pen to make the paint come out in splatters.
I then stamped the sentiment and stamped the cat on top of it. This is really easy as the stamps are clear and you can see what you are doing. I then stamped the cat again on white card stock and coloured her (I added eyelashes to make her a girl) with Copic Markers, cut her out and adhered her on top of the one on the card. I then glued the panel onto a white card base.
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Susanne Rose is here to inspire you this evening with an amazing mixed media tag…
Hi everyone! It’s my day to inspire you with some of the awesome and so unique Visible Image Stamps. I did a mixed media tag and used one of my favourite Images: The Cheshire Cat:
The background is a gelli print. I had a failed one and tried to rescue it. I am very happy with the result. Here are some step by step instructions on how you can turn a mud gelli print into a great background:
That was my background and I didn’t like it, so I used a bit of gesso at first:
I added some oranges with my Neocolor II watercolor pastels and the Portfolio watersoluble oil pastels:
Now I removed the color through a stenicl (this one is Bubbles from ARTplorations) with a wet baby wipe:
Now I used my homemade tag stencil to cut out the tag:
After cutting it out I stamped some interest with the script stamp from the Visible Image Revolution Set using Archival Jet Black Ink.
Before I stamped the lovely cat, I painted some gesso to lighten up my background:
The Cheshire Cat is colored with Neocolor II. I added some interest with a white and black UNIPosca Marker.