Friday, September 8, 2017

Oddball New Release in the Making Cards Magazine October


Hello Oddballs

It´s me; TinaI'm so excited...

Today I can finally tell you about my first publication in "Making Cards Magazine"
I chose Oddball's pictures,
what Lizzy has drawn especially for me.

"Sneek Peak"

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The topics I have chosen by myself are Halloween and Steampunk
First, I introduce you to the Halloween cards.
(Attention: flood of images)

The coffin card


Here I designed the background with Brusho Colors and
a silver spider net stamped in silver.
The image is colored with polychromos

"Megan Macabre"
#382A




Purple Halloween


Again, I used Brusho Colors for the background and 
then structurecream applied with an stencil.
The image is colored with polychromos


#382B




Orange Halloween
This background has also been created with Brusho Colors on Glossy Paper and
then I sprayed black ink spray over it.
The image is colored with polychromos

#382A



Now go to my Steampunk cards


Dark Danger Card


Here I have glued aluminum tape to cardboard,
it is embossed and dyed with alcohol inks.
I colored the image on kraft paper.
I find that looks particularly interesting.
#380B


The edges and letters were painted a bit with rust paint




Bright Danger Card 

For this background, I used a design paper from La Blanche.
This image is colored with polychromos


#380A


The wooden letters are painted in gold



I hope you like my cards and I'm curious,
As they will look in the magazine.
The new Oddball Images can be found in Lizzy's Shop


Use the coupon code
 DTTINA10

And of course in the current issue of...
  
...you will find my cards, the detailed instructions,
as well as reference sources of the material used.


I hope you like my first post in this magazine and my cards.


See you soon...

Tina
"PaperPlotterLotta"




3 comments:

  1. I'm so proud and honored at the same time! These cards are all so amazingly beautiful too!!!!!

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  2. This blog was... how do I say it? Relevant!! Finally I've found something which helped me.
    Thanks!

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