Sunday, November 23, 2014

tutorial: Congratulations card! LiaStampz new release

So..had a request of a pregnant cute girl stamp and I made one ;) HeRe it is , It' s called Pregnant Girl ( so obvious lol)

Also made a little tutorial as I am trying to explain how you can use LiaStampz digis that come in a set. I'm really starting to love making sets :D

so here's how the tutorial looks like :

1. prepared my stamps. down here is an example of PNG files you can add them separately on a sheet or add one on top of the other to create a one image composition

I choose layers so I arranged them separately on one A4  in Ps. I multiplied the button with different sizes too as I had a card my head :P

2. I printed colored then cut the digis out . Decided to use only 3 colors on this one. Love Copic markers! they're awesome <3
On the bigger button I've cut the holes out  you'll see later why :P

 3. I prepared the background : using a paper tape I masked the parts that I wanted to stay white and with a powder sponge... ( yeah I know lol ).. I gently rubbed the stripes with Jenny Bowlin  lavender Sachet ink .

4. After removing the tape ( be careful that the tape isn't too sticky or it'll take off with the paper ) get this result ;) awesome right? this is why I've cut the holes of the button :)) to put a bakers twine through it and make a little bow

6.I've applied the double sided  adhesive dots  on the girl

7. Put her comfortably on the pile of pillows :p

 8. Added the button and the sentiment tag and glued them together

9.Glued the other buttons on the background paper along with all of the above ↑ 

10.Added white lines and dots with the gel pen ( i really like to do that a lot :P )

11. Added some transparent pearly sequins

12. and there it is ^_^

Hope you enjoyed and if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask :)


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  1. Lia!!! I loooove this! So gorgeous! Your colouring looks so gorgeous too.

  2. This is gorgeous! I love the subtle background striping you did. Was that just with ink & daubers? Or did you airbrush that?

    1. thanks Tracy ^_^! nope no airbrush, I just gently rubbed the paper with a powder sponge ( not the fluffy one) and then insisted a bit on the margins so it has some gradient too.


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