Monday, May 21, 2012

New Dylusions Stamps in the House

I just got some new stamps last week...the Doodle Parts set from Dylusions.

This is my twist on the set with the Ink Sprays from Dylan as the starting point.




Bright, yes, they're always bright. If you own them, you know that's a fact!

LOVE THEM!

The lower left corner is the Bubblegum Pink and the center is Vibrant Turquoise. Fresh Lime, Squeezed Orange and Lemon Zest make it fun. Everything else is a mixture of sprays, splotches, and runs.




The next step was using Jet Black Archival ink to stamp the new set around the tag.



I find the "Sea Creature" doodle just too much fun. That's my name for it, I'm sure Dylan has a better one picked out.



Then I got out the Distress Markers and the white Sharpie Pen.




I still wanted more definition, so I used the Black Glaze pen on some of the outlines and dots.

The Distress Markers add more color and shadows that make the contrast a bit more stark.

The tag is dark, so the white pen and the gold lame' bow on top made it brighten up and sparkle.

Love the Pens, the Stamps, the Inks and the Markers.

Take out a tag and just start playing.


Now the weekend pictures of family....I've GOT to share.

Remember the ALEX card I led you through....well here is THE ALEX.

One of 2 kids chosen to give a speech at the graduation ceremony for Moline HS class 2012 of 480 students, and he ROCKED it!

"He's Confident, he's funny and he's good-looking!"

And we are so proud of him!


Then remember the NO BAR CODE card for beloved granddaughter Brittany?

Well she liked it. Isn't she gorgeous???

And the necklace I gave her she has on is a Tim Holtz Bat charm I added 2 holes to it, and a chain.

The little ghoul (girl) loved it!




Be Well and Be Blessed...I am.

Linda
Products used:
                                            Squeezed OrangeFresh Lime
                                            Lemon Zest  
Dylusion Stamps - Doodle Parts
Distress Markers - various colors
Archival #0 Pad - Jet Black
Inkssentials Surfaces - Manila Craft Tags - #8
Sharpie Poster Paint Fine Tip Pen - White

16 comments:

  1. Wonderful tag, I love these sprays (need the rest to complete my set!!) Love your happy family photos - congratulations, you must be so proud of them.

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  2. That's such a funky bright tag - who knew sea monsters could look so trendy and flash! Love how the white comes out, might need to invest in some Sharpies. Huge congrats with the family success - wonderful pictures, the cabinet card doodle looks tailor made for Brittany. Gorgeous!

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  3. Brilliant Linda, lots of happy people all round. The tag is amazing all the detail. Marvellous. Michelle x

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  4. Totally groovy, Linda! I think it looks very 'where the wild things are-ish'.

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  5. Another tag full of gorgeous goodness with all the brilliant colors and fab doodles! Beautiful tag, beautiful family pictures... you must be thrilled with all your gifts!

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  6. Gorgeous tag... love how you used your stamps and I love Dyans inks too :D

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  7. Stunning! Love, love, love!

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  8. Fantastic tag...love All your techniques!
    Love how you "celebrate" your family, always enjoy reading your blog!

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  9. Totally gorgeous
    Jeanette :)

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  10. Thank you for sharing your family photos with us. Gorgeous family indeed.

    Your bright yellow tag is so pretty on this dreary rainy day. I love all of your work.

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  11. I love you tag!! I recently purchased all the Dylusions Ink Sprays and they are wonderful. Can wait to get some of Dyan's stamps. You've done her proud!

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  12. Gorgeous tag, Linda! Love love LOVE your coloring with the sprays and markers. And congrats to The Alex! Beautiful family.

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  13. Beautiful tags Linda! the colors are amazing! and congrats on the graduation speech! you have a lovely family!

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