Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Nevertheless

Hello you all! Shanna here and I have a tutorial for you it was suppose to be video but my webcam stopped working and apparently all my memory is being used up and I need to buy more storage!

So I did some photos of my art journal spread for you!

Here is what my spread looks like finished.

I love gelli printing and gluing the pages together to make mini art journals.  I used bubble wrap and the stamp Torn Paper stamp during the gelli printing stage. 


I gathered my supplies and then stamped the lady on this art journal page. 


I colored some chipboard pieces with black gesso before I added them.


I added the sentiment Nevertheless then glued the chipboard pieces on. 


I colored the chipboard pieces with some Metallique Wax. 


Added some scribble around the sentiment and called this page done. 




I love this stamp. She has this look about her and makes you want to look at her and think and explore your mind. 




Thank you so much for stopping by today.




Stamps Used:
Torn Paper - 19431
Nevertheless - 20110
Whimsical Leaf Lady Face - 20111

Other Items:
Dina Wakely Paints
Staz On black ink
Metallique Wax
Black Gesso
Pilot Fine Point Pen



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Monday, September 25, 2017

It is MailArt Monday !

Hello everyone,

and welcome to another Mailart Monday here at Viva Las VegaStamps!


and here is my envelope :


Front 


and back...

I thought I'd go for a colour I don't use very much: purple ! 
I combined it with blue and white and painted front and back of the envelope masking off the area for the address... (all acrylic paints) 
Next I stamped the background using paint, ink and embossing. 
I used an acrylic paint marker to draw a line along the edge on the front and lastly added my main image which is a banksy stamp.  

I used a whole lot of stamps for this envelope:


Thank you so much for stopping by today ! 



Thursday, September 21, 2017

Art Journal Page by Jenn Engle

Hey everyone! I have an art journal page to share with you today. To see exactly how I made it, check out the process video at the bottom of this post.

STAMPS USED:
Mesh Texture
Not All Who Wander




I started by using Distress Oxides Inks with a round ink blending tool to create circles all over my background. I also did a little stamping to add some interest.



I stamped my paintbrush and colored it in with Dina Wakley's Scribble Sticks. I also stamped my two sentiments.




I journaled with a Fude-Ball 1.5mm pen, making it look like my journaling was coming out of my paintbrush. I glued down my sentiments and that's it!



PROCESS VIDEO:

STAMPS USED:

Other Products
Distress Oxide Inks - Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade
Distress Blending Tool
Black Staz-On Ink
Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks
Fude-Ball 1.5mm Pen


Thanks for looking!
~Jenn



Wednesday, September 20, 2017

A Florescent Trio by Fiona

Hello my VLVS! friends, Fiona here with you today to share a trio of Fluro ATC cards I created using the fabo rubber stamps designed by Mary Vogel Lozinak



I have become totally in love with florescent paint recently. I find I'm using it more and more!!




Combined with these fabulous and quirky stamps, the ATC's came together so smoothly!


I'm finding lately that my style is changing again. Or maybe it's just becoming what it really wants to be. I'm enjoying the randomness of the brush strokes.


Either way, I'm enjoying the mess and the color!!


VLVSTAMPS!




Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Possabilitarian



How about a little challenge inspiration??!!!


Michele here with a masculine card to inspire you.  Ou rinspiration board this month called out to me and it was saying, 'Manly'.  I was inspired by the stripes, the branchlers, the color combo and the vest of the fox.

Stamps used:  Branch Antlers Set, Possibilitarian, Fabrique De Cravates, Row of Numbers, Row of Distresses Lines, Cross Marks Background.

I did a little coloring with my Stabilo pencils.


My stripes were created with old dictionary pages.


Distress Spray in Antique Linen and Distress Ink in Vintage Photo for the background and several colors of Archival ink for the stamping.

And there you have it...a fun masculine card for any occassion.

I hope you will join our challenge this month for you chance to win some awesome red rubber!!

Until next time...get inky!!

Monday, September 18, 2017

Mail Art Envelope by Susanne


Hi my dear crafty friends!

It's Mail Art Monday today and I have an envelope with the lovely "Girl With Wings" for you.



I picked on of my gelli printed papers and build an envelope with the Envelope Punch Board. Before I glue the envelope together I decorate it:
I stamp the main image onto the front with the Tim Holtz Stamp Platform. I make a second print onto white cardstock.



I cut this one directly on the outlines and colour it with Distress Inks.


I paint a white address field with gesso, add some more stamping and glue the envelope together. Finally I adhere the main image.
In case you don't send any mail art, you can use those envelopes perfectly in your art/ junk journals!


Thank you for stopping by today.
xx Susanne.


Supplies:
Viva Las VegaStamps!:
Others:
Gelli Plate
Gesso
Archival Ink


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Get a Cape

Hello all you stampers out there!!! Shanna here with a new art journal page to share.



So I created a new art journal page. I played with lots of textures. 


I layered gesso and stamped in it with the Double Coffee Rings and Row of Chevrons. Then layered over that with a stencil and modeling paste. After that dried I did some glazing with paint and wiped it back. 


Then I stamped the Boys with Cape on tissue paper and used a fluid matte medium to tack him down. 


I stamped the sentiment on white paper and added some pieces of fabric and tape to layer under it. 


Then I stamped the Shoes on a Wire and had a blast. sitting back and loving my page. 

Thank you so much for stopping by and you al have a wonderful day!



Stamps Used:
19292 - Get Cape Wear Cape Fly
19194 - Shoe Hanging from Wire
19036 - Boy with Cape
19568 - Double Coffee Rings
19829 - Row of Chevrons


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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

OMG, I'm so retro !

Hello everyone, 

Today I have an Art Journal for you. I have filmed the process so sit back and enjoy !! 








I have used the following stamps: 


Thank you for stopping by today ! 



Monday, September 11, 2017

Mail Art Monday: You're Awesome! - by Cheetarah

Hey everyone, it's Cheetarah here and I've got a fun make to share with you for this MAM! 

I got inspired by our beautiful fall challenge board, the colors and the whimsical fox... I just had to do something with that :) A full list of materials and stamps used is at the bottom of the post. 



So I started off  by taking out an envelope, stamped the fox in the center left and blocked a part for the address with post it tape. Smudged some distress oxides in lovely fall colors on my craft sheet, spritzed some water and created a background base color. 

I added splashes of color and dried in between layers until I was satisfied with the blend. Then took out some lovely VLVS! mixed media and mail art related stamps to add more interest and texture. 

I used my Kaleidacolor autumn leaves pad for this as it fits the color theme. I created a border around the masked off aria and the fox with the punichella waste stamp. Some crosses and squiggly lines and added postage and stamps in the top right corner from the ATC size postcard stamp. You can see I cut my cross marks back ground in 1//2 because I found that more manageable for me. That is the beauty of buying unmounted, it's very flexible in use!

Now on to the focal image. I stamped the fox on sticker paper and colored with alcohol markers and fussy cut it out and adhered it to the envelope. 

Adhered some washitape to ground him, stamped "you're awesome" at the bottom of the address section and doodled around the white edges and called it done!

Stamps used: 

Hopefully this has inspired you to join in the september challenge

Have a great day!