Sunday, June 28, 2009

Painting time

Scrabble tile with scene
Chipboard box with daffodils

Oval paper mache box with fall scene



Wooden bowl with scene...


Monday, June 22, 2009

Clear Coat Collage TJ Tech

This card was done with the Clear Coat Collage Tech from TJ Tech newsletter, see www.patstamps.com for more info...

All stamps are ISC http://www.innovativestampcreations.com Ranger inks and Marvy markers were used...

Stamped Collage/Designer Paper Tech


This piece is covered with both of these techniques...its stamped designer paper as well as stamped collage...I did this piece about 9 or so years ago...I made a mini book and made this background paper for my envelope pages...I found this piece while looking for something else in the studio...Not sure all the rubber stamp images,


I stamped onto a piece of text weight, laid, speckled paper...used Ranger inks...

Pyramid Tech on ATC's

These templates made this technique fun and easy to do...I used my layer templates from Evolving Images and some ATC's to make these two Pyramid Tech cards....This ATC was covered with fabric, then I cut the layers and added another layer of chipboard to each section before putting it back together...

I colored the background, stamped with ISC image and then used the templates to cut the layers...For more TJ Tech's www.patstamps.com

Double Bugging and Marker Watercolor Tech


I used my double bugging tech on the background of the card, punched the edge and colored each layer of embossing by rubbing with an ink pad...
I stamped the ISC hibiscus image with Ranger jet black ink, then using Marvy Markers, watered colored the flower image...All stamps are ISC http://www.innovativestampcreations.com/
TJ newsletter info http://www.patstamps.com/

Double Bugging Tech Created by Debbie Bankston


I did an ATC using the Double Bugging Tech and then layered it onto my ATC envy die cut...I colored each layer of embossing and
then to make the spider web layer show up kinda shiney and glimmery like a spider web looks at night with the light shining on it just right...I used Gold Irridescent Medium, and painted the spider web layer of embossing...it looks really neat...
http://www.patstamps.com/ for TJ newsletter info

Saturday, June 13, 2009

New kits at The Studio in Preston





Be sure and check out these new kits and more at http://thestudioinpreston.blogspot.com
For more info email me at debbiesdiecuts@gmail.com

Thursday, June 11, 2009

ATC Accordion Envy Book

Cover of the book...I made the covers from chipboard, covered with pattern paper, then stamped with ISC stamps...I sanded the edges then sponged them with coffee brown ink...I cut my covers just a smidgeon larger than the ATC envy...I used elastic cording from Really Reasonable Ribbon...as the closure for this book...
This is the open ATC envy book and the ATC's I made to go into each envy...

I used ATC frames on two of the ATC's...



I stamped each envy with a different background image and color...


I dusted the inside flap of each envy with the same ink it was stamped with...




The ATC envy book opened...each envy is attached to an accordion fold...






View of the book from the top...






Back side of the accordion panel the ATC envy's are attached to...and the front and back covers of the book... http://thestudioinpreston.blogspot.com/ for a kit to make your own...














Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Painted Coaster Books

Snowman coaster book...freehand snowman design...
Crow Coaster Book, transferred pattern painted with acrylics...

Chimney Rock Park, North Carolina

Yepper, thats me on top of the chimney rock...OH my gosh...and I am deathly afraid of heights...but...I was determined to have my photo made on top of that rock...

I was standing in the parking lot and zoomed in for this shot...


Chimney Rock, North Carolina...this was a beautiful place to visit...

Monday, June 08, 2009

Painted die cuts

ATC envy...painted with roses and leaves for a swap I joined...



The Stamping Studio rubber stamp images used on this ATC...I just love those little penquins...painted with acrylic paints

Daisy's, painted on Sheer Heaven using acrylic paints...Sheer Heaven is see thru like vellum, but heavier duty and holds up to just about anything...


My ATC sized frame, with a mini scene painted on black cardstock...