Friday, 29 June 2018

Where the wild things are


The second post from me today as I want to catch the Library Challenge before it closes. The challenge is for the book "Where the wild things are" a childrens' book which I haven't heard of before. My cards are inspired by the title.

I decided to get the alcohol inks out and create an african sunset theme for my animals. They are a mixture of stamps by Hero Arts and dies by Amy Tan. The sentiment dies are from Swedish House crafts.  For the first one I used Yupo paper.

For this next card I used silk art card and applied the inks by dragging over the card and then "spotting" with them too. I used black coated card to cut the dies out with so it gives a sheen to them.


The background card is a giraffe print I bought years ago as part of a pad.

3 comments:

Mac Mable said...

Wow...absolutely stunning colours of the alcohol inks and what an amazing effect, both of them. Both different techniques and haven't seen the spotting idea before, so will be giving that a go. The black silhouettes and sentiments look fabulous against the vibrant backgrounds x.

Mrs A. said...

These two cards are awesome. The background sunsets are brilliant against the dark images of the animals. A veritable safari . Hugs Mrs A.

Marina said...

It's interesting to see the different effects of the inks on the different surfaces. Beautiful, atmospheric cards. Thanks for joining The Library.