Wednesday, October 13, 2010

YNS Challenge # 27

Happy Wednesday!!! I want to say wow on all the amazing creations on  your own flowers challenge, I could almost smell them! This week at Your Next Stamp Challenge blog we want to see some negativity! No not the evil, wicked, mean & nasty kind, we want nicely negative, in other words a white image stamped on dark card stock. Now lets just say you don't have a super powerful white pigment based white ink pad I did a few techniques of other supplies for substitutions: 



This technique is using an Embossing Ink with a White EP:*******************************



This technique is using an Embossing Ink with a clear Embossing Powder, and the brayering on black ink. You have to go over the image when done brayering with tissue to get excess ink off:
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Finally this is white acrylic paint. You need to paint it out really thin on a plastic surface and then treat it like a stamp pad. Might I suggest you wash of your stamps right away. As long as it's not a foam pad if you are forced to let the paint dry onto your stamp with a little scrubbing it will come off:
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There are many other alternatives as well use your imaginations!

Here is my card using Cute Witch Ellie her Kitty 


Your Next stamp offers 2 fabulous prizes for you to win:
1. Winner – one lucky winner, chosen by random.org, will win $10 in YNS Stamp Bucks (to spend on YNS stamps) and the Winner Blinkie to proudly display on their blog!

2. Top Pick – one lucky entry, chosen by Karen, will win $5 in YNS Stamp Bucks (to spend on YNS stamps) and the Top Pick Blinkie to proudly display on their blog! [NB You must use a YNS stamp on your creation to be eligible to win the Top Pick prize].

We’d love to see you use a YNS stamp on your challenge card/creation, but if you don’t have one, then you can still join in and be entered into the prize draw! As our challenge runs for 2 whole weeks you have plenty of time to hop on over to the YNS Store and pick up some of these cuties yourself! And if you do use a YNS stamp on your challenge card/creation, you’ll be entered into the prize draw TWICE and be entered into the Top Pick draw – that’s 3 chances to win!
So are you ready for some negativity? Bring it! Beth

Challenge List:
Aly's Sunday  Halloween
Let's Ink It Up  Use Halloween Colors
Cupcake Craft  Scary Creature/ Halloween
The Shabby Tea Room  Pumpkin on card
Paper PlayTime  Orange Main Color
I Did It Creations  Halloween
Baby Bud Challenge #1 - Fall/Halloween 
ColourQ  Black, Orange, Green, Purple, White
Going Grey  3D
Tuesday Taggers  More Than 2 Legs
Tuesday Throwdown  3 elements (My rickrack ribbon)
Stampin for the Weekend #48 - Autumn Inspiration

29 comments:

cabio's craft corner said...

What a great idea to use the cute stamps to create a background for this sweet card. Awesome looking card Beth!
Hugs,
Cabio

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What an awesome post Beth showing all the techniques which could be used. Your creation is so fun and beautiful!! Your Ellie Witch looks darling!!
hugs,
Chris

Janis said...

Great! Thanks for playing with us at Paper Playtime. :) Janis

Debbie said...

What a CLEVER idea!! Thanks for sharing this cutie patootie card with us in the Tea Room :)

Krista Driessen said...

Cute card !

Sylvia said...

What a wonderful tutorial! I love your ideas and your card. thanks for playing the ColourQ challenge.

Dawn said...

Wow Beth this is great to share, you got such great impressions in white. I have to admit some times it can be a not so perfect impression.
Great card with such a fun image.

Tanya R said...

I just love learning from you.

Great card too.
Hugs
Tanya

Lysa said...

Aww this little witch is too cute! love how she looks in white on the black cs.

Cindy Haffner said...

FABULOUS FABULOUS!!!

Sandra1968 said...

This is a beautiful Halloween card!

Kerri said...

I LOVE your card, Beth!!! That little witch is so cute, and I love how you stamped the cats in the bg. Thank you for the fun challenge, girl! It's nice to step outside my comfort zone and try something different:)

laterg8r said...

totally cool technique - loving those kitties :D

Alanna said...

I love the white on black. IT really pops.

Joanna K said...

Wow, what a a fun technique! Great creation ;) Thank you for sharing your card with us at LIIU!

Crystal said...

Super cute Beth, WOW I LOVE your halloween creation for this challenge..Thanks for hosting so much fun!!!!

Jeanette said...

Fabulous card. I love embossing with white. Great detail going on here. Thanks for joining us at I Did It Creations.

Mary Anne said...

such an adorable image - so very very sweet, love her and your design. thanks for joining our
1st challenge at babybuddesigns
Mary Anne
babybuddesigns

Jennie said...

Beautiful technique! Love it
Thanks for joining us at IDIC this week

xx

Claire said...

Fab techniques and your card is beautiful! Thanks for joining us at LIIU and good luck
Claire xx

Dragonlady said...

Hi there

Love the little cats and the word background, great card, Thanks for playing at LIIU.

Hugs Ali x

Kruemel said...

Love your card! The papers and the layout are amazing and the white lines add such an interesting touch! Thanks for sharing all those techniques!

Thanks for joining our scary challenge at Cupcake Craft!

Hugs,
Kathrin aka Kruemel

Pat Garvin said...

Cute card. Thanks for playing with Lets Ink It Up.

Pattie said...

Wow - great job! Very cute! Thanks for joining us in the Tea Room!

Christina said...

Thanks for the tips on creating a white stamped image! Your card is so adorable with lots of fun elements. So glad you could join us at Colour Q this week!

Peggy said...

This is so cute. Thanks for playing with us at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.

Corinna McGregor said...

Love it!! What a great technique....I'll link back to ya when I try this one! :-D

Ildiko said...

Sorry had no chance to visit your blog earlier, been soooooooo busy. It's brill for more than 2 legs. Thanks playing along with TT
hugs
Ildiko

Kathryn Myhre said...

Very cute! I love the witch.