Saturday, 12 July 2008

Fantasy Film & H2o background

I started with a square blank card and a ruffles butterfly stamp and painted the butterfly with 2 shades of H2o's I stamped the first print onto a waste piece of paper then sprayed the stamp with a water spray (just a fine mist covering) then stamped onto my card blank I repeated the process of spraying and stamping several times until I was happy with the patterned background.

With versafine black onyx I stamped the butterfly onto some white card stock then coloured this with the same colours of H2o's that I used on the background, I then inked the butterly with the black again and layered 3 sheets of mother of pearl fantasy film over the inked rubber stamp then a teflon sheet and ironed the stamp until the film had fused together, once fused I cut out the butterfly and adhered it to the coloured one only at the body so the the wings were loose.

I layered the stamped image up onto contrasting card stock and stuck this onto the base card. I finished the card by tying a ribbon around the folded edge.





14 comments:

Anonymous said...

absolutely stunning Jak.....luv Dimps xxxxx

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous Jak
Myrax

Sue said...

Another gorgeous card Jak. A beautifull effect with the fantasy film. I love it.

dids said...

STUNNING

EnglishBunny said...

stunning card jak well done love the way you tied the ribbon
nessa xx

Anonymous said...

It's soooo pretty Jak!!

love Mandie xx

ALL-J (CoC)
Kraftymummy aka ALL-J (Imag-e-nation)

Durham Lass said...

Oh what a very pretty card. The time taken really shows with the end product. Fabulous.
Hugs, Shirley

Donna said...

Oh, my word!! This is so absolutely gorgeous!! Where does one get this fantasy film stuff and how does it work?

I cannot get over the beauty of this card!

Liz said...

Gorgeous card Jak, beautiful colours used. x

mad mary said...

An absolutely stunning card, i love everything about it Jak.

Cazz said...

Gorgeous xxxxxxxxxxx

Karen J said...

Just stunning!!!
Karen x

Jan said...

Fantastic and seeing this has motivated me to dig our my fantasy film. If I ever produce anything like yours I will put it on the Forum.
Well done

Jan M

Mogs said...

very pretty Jak. I have never used fantasy film, but it certainly looks lovely