March 19, 2013

Stamp, Sketch and Win


Today the JustRite Design Team and the Faber Castell Design Memory Craft Design Team have a fabulous blog hop planned for you!  Be sure to visit each blog for full detailed instructions on how they created there mixed media projects.
I love to draw and sketch.  Faber Castell Mixed Media products allows me to stamp an image using my favorite JustRite Stamps and then sketch over those images to create the illusion of a delicate handrawn image.  Here's how I did it:
Preview of JustRite Stampers April Release: Floral Thank You

1. Apply the ink directly to the stamp using the PITT artist pen big brush in Green Olive and Pale Geranium Lake
2. Color over portions of the stamped image using  PITT Pastel and Art Grip Aquarelle pencil (*love*)
3. Add pops of metallic sheen with PITT artist Pen in Ruby Metallic.
4. Sketch around the image using PITT Pastel and Art Grip Aquarelle pencil
Win Fab Prizes


To Win simply  leave a comment on each designers blog post. Justrite will randomly select two designers blogs and select winners from each designer's comments.   Comments will be open until March 22nd at midnight EST.
It really is fun to get to experiment with different mediums.  I hope you get a chance to play with these fun products too.  Wishing you tons of luck entering & thanks for stopping by :)
Hugs

82 comments:

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Stunning card! I LOVE your use of color! Thanks for the inspiration! =)

Alina said...

Gorgeous card! Love the shape! It's such a beautiful creation!

Wendy Brassart said...

I never played with mixed media until this month. I love all the inspiration on this blog hop! I also enjoyed seeing your technique of sketching over a stamped image for more dimension! Thank you for sharing your talents!

Alyce said...

Beautiful card. Very different look. I love the textured look around the flower.

Anonymous said...

The black really sets off the flowers. Great job in coloring.

Amy#8546(TheTigersHaven) said...

I love it!!! Wonderful card. It is so pretty. I love how you colored it too. It looks like a sketch. Amazing job.

Sue McRae said...

This is so pretty, love it framed in black.

Lois Kennedy said...

Such a simple, yet stunning card. Love the use of the black frame to pop the flower image.

TLady said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE what you've done Kazan!!!!!!!!!!! IT'S GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!! :) AND the DIE IN BLACK.... WHAT A WONDERFUL GIFT this will make for someone!!!!!!!! :) LOOOOOOOOOOOOVE the idea of making my stamped images, "Hand Drawn" looking!!!!!!!! :) THANKS FOR SHOWING US!!!!!!!!!! :)

Larissa Heskett said...

WOW!! This is a BEAUTIFUL Card!! I LOVE all of the FUN details and the Colors that you used!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! =)

Regina Hamilton said...

Beautiful card, Kazan. I thought the flower was hand sketched.

Holly Simoni said...

Gorgeous! You have such an amazing style that distinctly says "Kazan Clark". It's untouchable and I can spot it anywhere. Thanks so much for the fabulous inspiration!

Sherry said...

Wow this is so beautiful love the dicut edging on it thanks for sharing

#!PinkLady said...

Over the top...This is beautiful. Love the colors you chose. Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I really like the frame around your image! Stunning!

Marge said...

WOW -- this effect with that JustRite stamp is STUNNING, Kazan -- thanks for sharing and for your good luck wishes, as I now REALLY want to be able to try out these intriguing Faber-Castell products myself!!!

Sandy said...

looks like tole ware enjoyable

Ava Gavloski said...

a great artistic design of work, great showcasing

Susie Bentz said...

So elegant! Love the PITT pens - don'y you?

Lynn Hardy said...

Your card is gorgeous and the new stamps look fab too!

Cherie Hadjian said...

Absolutely beautiful! Your colors are amazing!

PlumTuckered's Paper Plays said...

Lovely card! That image makes me think of my Nanna's livingroom when I was a child..brings back special memories!

Vicki said...

I love the hand colored quality of your project. So pretty! Thanks for giving us the instructions.

Maria A. said...

WOW!! the SB die cut is the perfect frame for this beautifully colored flower. You did an amzing job with the coloring of it, really lovely.

Kaagaz Quilling said...

absolutely gorgeous! i am in awe with this!! wow!

Cynthia Xavier said...

Oh, what a beautiful card. I would totally hang it up as wall art. Absolutely beautiful.

Cyndee Scholet said...

Another great tutorial!

Peggy said...

Looks like it is hand sketched. Love it.

Melissa Bove (SCS ~ Melissa1872) said...

Wow! What a stunning card Kazan! Love how the flower turned out! Amazing!

CraftyRia said...

Beautiful shaped card, it reminds me of a cameo. Thanks for sharing!

Tricia said...

This is a lovely card, Kazan! Thanks for sharing the steps!

craftydr said...

Kazan, I am a fellow Colorado stamper and paper crafter. This is really a beautiful and unique design with the added sketching you put in there. That is a cool technique. Love this and wonder if that black frame is an actual frame or something different. It too is so unique. Thanks for sharing this awesome project.

Noreen said...

The black lacy frame is beautiful with the flower!

sharon g said...

That is such a great, artsy look. I am going to have to go back and see exactly how you did it.

Becky Dunham said...

This is gorgeous Kazan! I love the way you made it "sketchy"! Great technique :)

Dee S. said...

The frame really sets off the flower. Very pretty.

Natasha G.P. said...

What a sweet picture you made. I love the flower and the background. Nice, all of it.

joy said...

Great technique, Kazan! This is a beautiful card.

Sandie said...

Lovely card. Thanks so much for sharing it.

Jessica Strider said...

What a beautiful card. I love the flower. You sure that's a stamped image? So very, very pretty. :)

Beatrice Lawson said...

Looks like a fabulous Watercolor! Very pretty and soft!

Jackie Plank said...

Beautiful!!!

Donna Jones said...

Hi Kazan,

Such a beautiful card, love your sketchy stamp technique and how the black die cut frame makes all your colours pop :-)

Genesis Jessome said...

Great idea, have added more items to my growing supply list. Thanks for the inspiration.

JPScraps said...

Lovely card! Love how you added more detail to the image.

Fay Marie said...

Love the gorgeous cards created with this technique! Thanks for sharing!

Sue D said...

Very pretty and great technique.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

wow...fabulous colors...great technique!

Florence Turnour said...

Lovely coloring.

zehra said...

i love it, this is amazingly beautiful

Emily Keaton said...

I just love how you used Gelatos for this project. It is SO pretty!

Diane J said...

Very pretty.

lori said...

Love the technique and the colors! What inspiration! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

Barb said...

The colors are so beautiful and so vibrant. Thanks for your tutorial and another chance to win!

Pamela Romero said...

Very nice, It looks just like a cameo!

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous card! Love your pretty colors and that beautiful flower image!

Bonnie said...

Pretty colors. Would make anyone feel better.

Katie said...

Wow, love your amazing coloring job! It is neat to see the first stamped image and what it turned into, very inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

christi said...

love how you play with the colors. beautiful card.

Stacy Chic said...

Aww such a sweet card and everything fits so well together. I love your creations. :)

judybob3 said...

love this look

Melody said...

This looks just like a framed picture! Love!

Dottie said...

I am so glad to see a different technique when stamping flowers. You hit the jack pot in my book with this beauty. It is stunning work!

Sabrina said...

Wow!!! What a gorgeous get well card!

macmomma said...

What a great technique!Thanks for sharing!

Shona said...

SWEET ! Love the technique!

Anonymous said...

How pretty, love that frame!

Judi said...

Wow. Very artistic. And I, too, really like the frame you created.

Kathryn said...

Love the coloring you did and the black lacey frame really sets it off nicely!

Lisa said...

This is absolutely beautiful!! The flower is gorgeous and the black frame outlines it perfectly!!

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Ann said...

The black frame is the perfect foil for the colorful image TFS

Jean Bullock said...

Lovely, lovely work!

Miriam Prantner said...

Beautiful! Love the elegant frame and the beautiful coloring!

Gina Howe said...

Wow! Who said stamping is for those who can't draw? Very artistic! The black frame really makes the image pop, Gorgeous!

Scrapenabler said...

Such a pretty card!

Tanja said...

I love the idea of adding some sketching to a stamp - well done!

Tracy Boyle said...

I love your blending and this card. Thanks for the inspiration!

bev said...

This card is gorgeous Kazan!! I love the colors and stamps that you used on it...the black frame really makes the image pop. Thank you for sharing this card and easy to the point tutorial. I ♥ this!!

casey said...

Kazan you may want to check your January 10 postings as there are some inappropriate comments that need editing.
I love your blog and your amazing creativity and would not want you to have any comments on your blog that do not relate to your work and talent.

Kazan Clark said...

Hi Casey - I want to give you a big ol'hug. Thanks so much for bringing this to my attention. All taken care of :) Hugs Kazan

Izzwizz said...

Beautiful stamp and your colouring is amazing! Fabulous use of those products. Maddy x

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

I adore the rustic look of this, very much my style!