Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Lindy's Stamp Gang March Color Challenge

I have been having fun playing with my Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays and embossing powders. I made a project for the March Color Challenge


You can head over to the Lindy's Stamp Gang Blog to check it out.

The Lindy's shimmery goodness does not show up well in the pictures, but it really wows in person. 



 The idea started out as a card but transformed into a luminary using cardstock, chipboard, vellum, and of course LSG products.
Here you can see the different colors created when the battery operated tea light alternates hues. So pretty!

This project sort of took on a life of it's own. I added more and more as I went. It was fun though. I made an arched window cut file and used my own bird and flower cut files. The base is chipboard covered in white cardstock then sprayed with  I'm Late, I'm Late Slate  then spritzed with Silent Night Silver. I used a Crafter's Workshop brick stencil and applied Golden Light Modeling Paste. When the paste was dry, I brushed the Slate and Silver on the bricks with a water brush. A little watered down  Midnight Rendezvous Raven allowed me to add some shadows. I added patches of Silver Moon Turquoise embossing powder for a little more glam and depth.



I made REALLY SMALL handmade Regal Roses from white cardstock sprayed with
Alpine Ice Rose and Hibiscus Rose


The leaves and vines were also cut from white cardstock and colored with 
Green with Envy Green spray. The tiny vine and tendrils were made with cloth covered florist wire that I stained with Green with Envy Green. That cute little birdie looks great in Bachelor Button Blue.

The stained glass window is vellum sprayed with the Bachelor Button Blue, Alpine Ice Rose, Hibiscus Rose, and I'm Late, I'm Late Slate.

On the inside, I sprayed the brick stencil with the slate and laid the stencil on top like a type of stamp.


You can check out the March entries and join in on the April challenge over at the  
Lindy's Stamp Gang Blog


Lindy's Stamp Gang products used:

Sprays

Alpine Ice Rose
Hibiscus Rose
Bachelor Button Blue
Green with Envy Green
I'm Late, I'm Late Slate
Silent Night Silver
Midnight Rendezvous Raven

Embossing powder

Silver Moon Turquoise

8 comments:

Becky said...

wow, these are awesome. Love how you did the bricks with added colors.

Nágela said...

Gorgeous!
I loved them all!

rose tresures said...

Jani, I am speechless at how beautiful that it!!!!! You lnocked it outta' the park, my friend! I love your work, big fan here. hugs, Patty

cardchick's world said...

You did a beautiful job!!!the luminars are fabulous..can you slow down the video just a little my eyes don't move that fast lol

Jani Lewis said...

LOL. OK. I thought it was a little fast but I could not tell. I will slow it down some next time. Thanks for letting me know.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful project!!!!!

Davi said...

WOWzer Jani, you did an fabulous job on that , I love the brick texture with the window and flowers really BEAUTIFUL ;)

Harriett Stinson said...

I came here to get ideas on handmade flowers and saw your stained glass luminaries. Absolutely gorgeous. So excited to follow you and learn more from you on Scrapadabadoo. Congrats!