I was allowed to pick one stamp for this challenge to use. It was difficult to pick one stamp since Sami Stamps has incredible digital stamps. I finally decided on "I Love The Rain" I love this image and had so much fun playing. Even if you are not a digital stamper check out the incredible stamps as you just might be converted to use one. 😉
While cleaning my playroom I found the scrap which I used for my background. This is a piece I played with acrylic paints and a brush
The dotted piece is a scrap of frosted plastic which curled when I sprayed frost paint on it. So I took it and ran it through my embossing machine. The embossing machine helped to flatten the piece a bit.
I printed my image twice on card stock. I was going to use a piece of a scrap of gelli print but the printing didn't show on it. So since I had already picked out a scrap of sheer fabric to use for the umbrella I went ahead and printed on the fabric the whole image. Then glued the gelli print on the girl. After that the fabric was glued on the image I cut the girl out and cut the fabric off the umbrella handle.
I love the texture from both the fabric and the frosted plastic which I embossed.
I had so much doing this piece. For my background I used a sheet of acrylic paper which is textured. Then I tried something I had never done before by wetting the paper and then taking a wet stipple brush applying different colors of metallic acrylic paint and allowing the paint to run. I used FolkArt but I think any brand of metallic paint would do.
The dotted is a scrap from my embossing the frosted plastic. My "Bring On The Rain" printed on deli paper.
The focal point is a transfer I made using a laser print of the "I Love The Rain" image. I did this transfer using caulk. Now to go buy clear caulk to do more image transferring.
I printed and cut out the umbrella and then used a scrap of lace from the dress of a broken angel. The girl was colored with pencils.
Because it is difficult to adhere plastic without it showing I placed the embossed panel a little under the focal point. Then used glitter hearts from Dollar Tree at the corner. Then I went ahead and used those same hearts with the image transfer.
There you have it my two fun projects for Super Scraps Saturday. I hope you will join in this challenge as it is a good way to use both paper and fabric scraps.
Wishing you Happy Frugal Crafting till we meet again!