Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Springpunk and a Zibbet Coupon

I made this card a couple of weeks ago for the Artistic Outpost February release.  It was made with the new Diesel Punk set.  I had so much fun playing with gesso.  I found a wonderful tutorial by Paulien Vandenbosh here and followed it.  The stamping was done with Ranger Jet Black Archival ink and the sponging over the gesso was done with Tattered Rose and Weathered Wood DI.  The black millinery net and the Mini Flourish Mover and Shaper die can be found in my new Zibbet shop.  The little rolled rose was made with the Tattered Pinecone die.  I'd love to have you install my shop badge on your blog.  Just copy the code on the upper left sidebar and install as an HTML.  If you do that, please leave me a comment so I can come by and thank you!

I wanted to make sure everyone knew that I have migrated my shop hosting to Zibbet.  To encourage you to come and see and maybe even buy, I have a coupon for you that can be used any time in March.  When you check out of the Zibbet shop, use the coupon code MARCH10 for your 10% discount.  I hope you will check it out.  My Ranger/Tim Holtz product prices are already VERY attractive and with the 10% discount, they are quite a deal!  But shop early because my quantities are limited.  I will be re-ordering, but Ranger has been very slow in filling orders since CHA.  

And one last thing I wanted to share with you was the March Springpunk theme over at the Artistic Outpost challenge - such a fresh and fun challenge theme.  I hope you will decide to play along with the AO team's March Referral Challenge.  

Challenges Entered:
Mojo Monthly - Vintage Vibes


Leigh said...

Oh drool!!! Your card is so beautiful Linda. Love how all the different elements come together so well.

Pam said...

This card is gorgeous! I will have to check out the technique you mentioned, because i love your results. Great new shop! Already went browsing, and deciding what I just HAVE to have. Are you still planning on making some kits? You know I love them!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Gorgeous card Linda, live the netting and your use of Gesso. Tracy x

Darlene G said...

What a beautiful card. I love the Springpunk. I am listening to A Tree Grew In Brooklyn and heard You are the cat's meow! this morning and thought of you. And here it is!! I love it.

Scrumplescrunch said...

Great soft effect for Diesel punk Linda, love the effect, I will have to pop over and have a nosey.
I will add your badge to my Blog today.

Anita Houston The Artful Maven said...

You know how much I love that netting. I can just see it coming off from madam's hat on here. This was a cool piece!!!

Sue A said...

Wow wow wow yet again - wonderful work Linda. Have to rush off and check out your new store (haven't even had delivery of my Etsy order yet LOL). xxx

Shelly Hickox said...

This is so pretty!! I have been trying to think of something to do for that challenge - thanks for the inspiration!

Sarah said...

Gesso is my best the texture and shabby effects on this one - the ladies face and the netting are made for each other - such great vintage images! Thanks so much for sharing with My Mojo Monthly!

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