Wednesday, January 25, 2017

NBUS #9 by Darnell

It is now time for Darnell's NBUS #9 Challenge she is hosting to celebrate her 3 week blog Birthaversary!  Do check out her Blog for all the Deets :-)


Here is my card using the Hidden Word technique and my NBUS CUTplorations "Oh Frap!" die.



My card was so fun to make using a piece of scrunched Glad Wrap on Alcohol Inks.  I dropped the Alcohol Inks onto Yupo paper, spritzed with blending solution,  then placed my Glad Wrap over the Ink and scrunched up the wrap to blend the inks, which gave the line design.  The most important step....set your piece aside until completely dry and then remove your wrap.  It can take 2 hours or more, so a good idea to leave overnight.

I die cut my piece with my CUTplorations "Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies"..using the smallest of the 3 dies.  Then die cut my hidden word with my CUTplorations "Oh Frap!" die.  I then die cut the Oh Frap! again with SU Coaster Board and attached both dies to give the die more dimension.

I stamped my sentiment with Archival Jet Black ink onto SU Whisper White CS,  fussy cut and attached to another piece of AI background for the frame.  I popped up my sentiment with foam tape.

I attached my background, Oh, Frap! and sentiment to my card base and was done!  Easy, Peasy! Enjoy and hope you get to play along too.  The challenge lasts until the 29th and then the 3rd NBUS challenge begins.  All 3 challenges have fabulous prizes too.

Darnell...I would love any of your prizes except the MISTI,  which I already have :-)  Thank you again for another AWESOME NBUS Challenge my friend.

Lydia's Mixed Media Background with Cling Wrap Video.   Lydia used dry powders directly on her cling wrap and then spritzed,  but you get the same lined design as I got using Alcohol Ink directly on Yupo Paper, spritzing with blending solution (or you can use rubbing alcohol) and then adding the Glad Wrap.   There are different plastic wrap manufactures,  but be sure to use the better quality plastic wraps.  They are a bit thick and easier to work with for better results.

My card is for the STAMPlorations Anything Goes Challenge Also..


Also the STAMPlorations  January Theme and Sketch Challenge...I only did the Theme.


And..Simon Says Stamp Blog Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes


Supplies: 
Stamps: SU "It's Your Birthday" retired.  Paper: SU WW thick and reg.  Yupo Paper.  Inks: Tim Holtz Alcohol Inks: Watermelon, Flamingo and Pink Sherbet.  Archival Black ink.  Accessories: Big Shot, CUTplorations Oh Frap!  and Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies. foam tape. Ranger Blending Solution, Glad Wrap


26 comments:

  1. Such a delicious background Nancy! Love the dimension of that fun sentiment. Great card!

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  2. LOVE the background Nancy. This is such a cool technique. And your hidden word is awesome! xx

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  3. Wow, what an awesome card and great technique! Love the hidden word!
    Rosi x

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  4. Loving the creative background. Also love how you've done your hidden message...by leaving some white behind makes it stand out. Fun sentiment too x

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  5. Came back to say..I've just found out what glad wrap is...isn't it clever? x

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    1. Hi Mac...I just added a video showing the plastic wrap technique. Hopefully it clears up any questions for you and all my viewers :-) Hugs..

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    2. Off to take a look...Thank you x

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  6. Hehe, I love that die! Fabulous background, Nancy, I love the effect :)

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    1. You definitely enabled me to get that fun "Oh, Frap!" die my friend :-) Hugs..

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  7. Made me smile! Great sentiment! Also great job on that hidden sentiment technique!

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  8. Wow! Great! Your sentiment so beautiful emerges from this amazing backgrounds! Great alkohol ink background.
    Hugs,
    BożenA

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  9. This card is perfect for Darnell, Nancy! Love the background and your hidden word! Such a fun card!

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  10. what a fun hidden sentiment and gorgeous AI smooshed background Nancy! Julia xx

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  11. WOW, Nancy! Your background is beautiful and I love the fun sentiment and hidden words. Thank you for sharing this technique, I will be trying it out. Have a lovely weekend.

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  12. This is fabulous, Nancy! Love the way you arranged the "Oh Frap" on the card too and stacked them! This is just beautiful!

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  13. This is totally awesome! And it's one of me favorite STAMPlorations dies. Thank you so much for all your input on my tutorial! I have to try Archival ink - does it work on Yupo? Because that is really plastic and not paper. I will test it. I use Staz-On only if I really have to. The only thing I love about it is the almond smell....I tried Memento Tuxedo ink, but that does not really dry on Yupo, keeps smudging. Sofar I have just done die cuts - no problem with smudging there ;)
    As for the alcohol - I don't think it matters one little bit which one is used. The only difference is that the higher the alcohol content the quicker it evaporates/dries. I do think the blending solution is horribly overpriced - (Capitalism at its worst....on a small scale). Have a great weekend, Nancy!

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    1. Archival ink is definitely the best on Yupo. I still always blot the ink to make sure it is dry and not going to smudge, especially if I am going to restamp to get complete coverage. Memento is a dye ink and not a permanent ink so really does NOT work on Yupo.

      I think you are right about alcohol vs. blending solution and yes, very high priced! TFS your thoughts my friend. Hugs...

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  14. cling wrap one of my favorite techniques, now I see you can do it with AI's I'm in technique heaven. awesome card and I have to get to Darnell's challenge this weekend :)

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    1. You will love this technique Christine. I can't wait to see your card using AI's. Hugs...

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  15. super cute card, sweet sentiment too! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  16. I really love your dimensional "hidden" word, Nancy. Makes it pop, but in a very cool, subtle way. Pretty background, too!

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  17. The patterns on your hidden words are aligned so perfectly that it is almost scary. Great job on your background. Thanks for sharing more about your technique.

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    1. Not scary Judy. I just die cut the AI piece with the sentiment die and inlaid back in...just like a puzzle :-) Anyone can do it! But thanks for thinking I am that good my friend :-) Hugs.

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  18. Nancy, this is fun and fabulous and the coloring and marking are sensational! Oh Frap! makes the best hidden word! I just love, love, love every detail!! Thank you so much for playing in my NBUS Challenge #9 and thanks for all your kind get well wishes! Hugs, Darnell

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    1. Thank you Darnell for your fabulously successful 3 NBUS challenges :-) So pleased you are feeling better each day. Hugs..

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