Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Make It Crafty at Little Miss Muffet Blog Hop


Did you hear the news?! Make it Crafty and Little Miss Muffet Stamps are coming together again, and this time on a long term basis. What does this mean?  You've seen us combine for Releases and Blog Hops, and now we're getting together in the Little Miss Muffet Stamps Store! Make it Crafty's gorgeous Rubber Stamps are now available in the Little Miss Muffet Stamps Store, so you'll have more choices, more variety and more coloring projects to shop for!

To celebrate, the Design Teams from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and Make it Crafty have put together a Blog Hop to share some inspiration on the latest Make it Crafty Release, featuring the adorable little Tress and Spring Garden Elements... you will be able to create the most adorable scenes. The Girls have done an outstanding job and you're going to love it!  Hopefully, you have arrived from Carla's Blog. If not, hop over to Little Miss Muffet Stamps Blog so you don't miss a thing.

Prizes
Blog Hops and prizes go hand in hand and this one is no exception...
You can win a $20 Gift Certificate to the Little Miss Muffet Stamps Store! Make sure you leave comments on all stops along the way and TWO random winners will be announced on the Little Miss Muffet Stamps Blog on Saturday 22 February.

Discounts
Between now and Sunday 23 February, you'll automatically receive 15% off Make it Crafty Rubber Stamps, PLUS, you'll receive a free surprise gift in your mail parcel!

My Project
For this Hop I colored up Joyful Tress in a scene using the Spring Tree Branch and the Spring Pebble Ground. I used a new technique that I will share with you. I masked the images using Miskit liquid frisket. Then I used my Copic airbrush to make the sky background. Next I used an eraser and erased off the liquid frisket. Finally I was able to color in Tress and the other elements. It took a lot longer than I am used to but I love how it turned out! I will be using this technique again. Here are some images of the process….


       




Copics Used

Skin: E0000, E000, E50, E21, R20
Hair: E34, E35, E37
Clothes: Y21, Y35, Y38, YG01, YG23, G43, YG67
Flower Tree Branch: E35, E39, YG01, YG67, YG63, R81, R83, R85, R59
Spring Pebble Ground: E40, E41, E43, YG01, YG67, YG63, R81, R83, R85, R59, W3, W5, W7

To Continue on the Blog Hop …..

You need to head over to Zoe's Blog next, but before you go, don't forget, comments mean a chance to win prizes!
As an added bonus on this blog I am offering up a chance to win some blog candy if you become a follower. I will choose a follower at random on Sunday February 23rd.

If you're a little lost, here's a list of the complete Blog Hop...

Thanks so much for joining the Little Miss Muffet Stamps and Make it Crafty Blog Hop :)


23 comments:

  1. Your card is gorgeous and I love the technique you shared. I may just have to get some of that Frisket!

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  2. That's awesome Rebecca. Did you have any spots on the paper that got ruined with the masking fluid? I had troubles when I tried this myself but have since read that the brand of masking fluid can make all the difference.

    PS. LOVE the finished scene. xo

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    1. Zoe, I did have problems in one small area where it tore the paper but that was because I tired to pull on the frisket instead of erasing it. Other than that it worked pretty good and it did not affect the coloring with the Copics as far as I could tell.

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  3. I love your card and the coloring!!! Awesome!

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  4. Oh wow Rebecca this is stunning colouring and I just love the little bow. I am also now your latest keen Follower xxx
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  5. Oh what a lovely card. And neat idea to use masking fluid. She is stunning

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  6. What a great tutorial and an awesome idea! Your card is gorgeous too and such pretty colors. Love it! Thanks so much for participating in the blog hop. :D

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  7. Beautiful!!! I appreciate you sharing your process and the liquid frisket product you use. The sky looks marvelous. Well done!! Cheers

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  8. thanks for the tutorial!
    The card look awesome!
    Hugs,
    Krista

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  9. I am such a doofus! Read to the bottom of the post! Anyway, I really love the whole card, but your sky background turned out really well too. Gorgeous x

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  10. Love your coloring and thanks for the tutorial.

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  11. that looks great Rebecca!! I used to mask my image with tracing paper, but this is great!
    Hugs,Sandra

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  12. I love this card, it is just gorgeous.

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  13. So pretty Rebecca. Love the masking technique, you've created such a lovely scene with it.

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  14. Stunning card!
    Love the colors you choose
    And your amazing pointing
    you created a wonderful card with a special technique
    Thanks for the chance to win
    I became a follower of your wonderful blog

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  15. Great Scene and Perfect Background.
    Hugs ELfie

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  16. Very cute and colorful card. Thanks for walking us thru as you did.

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  17. beautiful card, love the style and vibrant colours x

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  18. Stunning, I love the colors and how you created the background. I always have a hard time with backgrounds!
    ♥ Sandra ♥

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  19. Thank you, Thank you!!!! So much for sharing the liquid mask with us. WOW!!! You created this stunning card and what can I say your coloring is fantastic and the added images create a gorgeous background.
    Hugs, Patricia

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