Thursday, 3 August 2017

Mini Gift bag make over plus some extras

Today i'd like to share a little revamped gift bag made for a swap challenge along with some other little makes all created using Rubber Dance Stamps Designed by Katy Leitch.

Here in words and pictures is my revamped mini gift bag plus..

Using Dylusions paints on a Gelli plate I printed both sides of the paper bag,
stamped randomly onto the print adding dabs and scrapes of gesso.

Paint in primary colours was dripped down the bag and the palette, paint brushes
 and wording stamped, coloured and cut. All from the Artist palette stamp set.

I made a tag using one of the paint tube stamps and decorated extra large paperclips by attaching the paint brush images, coloured in using neocolor pastels
 and Kuretake wink of stella clear, gold and silver brush pens.

Clipped onto the paper bag the paint brush paper clips really do look like
they are full size with their coordinating paint dips and drips.

My Mini altered Gift Bag is complete and ready to send to it's new home.

I also made some ATC's for another swap..

and a Birthday Card!
All having liquid pearls added for the dipped paint effect on the brushes.

I do love this stamp set, great designs and so handy for creating something Arty.

I'm linking this up with the all new Rubber Dance Stamps Forever Stamping Challenge
 a continuous challenge where you can showcase your Rubber Dance makes.

Thank you for stopping by today,
Take Care & Stay Safe

Creative Hugs
Tracey xx

Crafty Supplies:

Rubber Dance Stamps: Artist Palette
Mini Paper Gift Bag 3" x 5"
Gelli Plate 3" x  5"
Dylusions Paints: Vibrant Turquoise/Pure Sunshine
Caran D'Ache: Neocolor water soluble pastels
Kuretake Wink of Stella: Clear, Gold & Silver
Ranger Archival Ink: Jet Black


Rubber Dance said...

Tracey!!! You did an amazing job! Thank you so much for using our stamps in your brilliant work. I LOVE the results. Thanks for entering the Rubber Dance Forever Stamping Challenge! xx Susanne.

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Your so welcome Susanne, always a pleasure for me to work with Rubber Dance Stamps and share a make or two if I get the chance. I'm so glad you like them and Thank you for giving us the chance to showcase our makes whenever they do not meet the current colour or themed blog challenges.. I'm an extra *Happy Stamper* today.. xx

Amanda said...

What brilliant makes with Katy's stamps, love 'em
Amanda x

SewPaperPaint said...

This is the coolest Tracey! You are so talented and all of these elements work together so well. Outstanding projects! Hugs, Autumn

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Thanks so much Amanda, hope they will all be well received xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Thank you so much Autumn, your always extra kind with your comments. This stamp set is one that always gives great results without really trying because it's so fab xx

Sue said...

These are wonderful Tracey, the gelli plate is a mystery to me, but you are obviously a master of it, and I love those Liquid Pearl paint drips. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Rubber Dance, and have a fun week. Sue xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

The Gelli is a great way of creating something unique and perfect for laying down print on smaller areas. I always feel like i've cheated whenever I use mine.. Always a pleasure to join in with the challenges if I've got the time to.. Have a great week Sue and Thank you xx said...

This is stunning, Tracey! You did a excellent job With the Gelli plate and the cool Artist Palette stamps.
Thank you for joining the Rubber Dance Forever Stamping Challenge.
I wish you a wonderful and creative weekend!
Hugs, Anita xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Thanks so much Anita, it's just another great set of stamps from Rubber Dance and perfect for this project. Have yourself a fabulous weekend too.
Hugs Tracey xx

Bibi Lindahl said...

Better late than never: I want to chime in here and thank you for making these with our stamps and joining our Forever Challenge! They're gorgeous!!! ♥

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

No problem at all Bibi, i'm amazed at how long ago I actually made these. You know it's my pleasure as always xx