Wednesday, June 14, 2017

COLLABORATION SPOTLIGHT

Are you familiar with the Spotlighting Technique? There are several different paths you can take to do the spotlighting. But one way is to stamp a larger image, stamp part of it again on a piece of white cardstock, color this smaller piece, mat it in a narrow mat, then apply it over the same portion of the original inked image. Got that?? 

When the girls came to my Stamp-In Workshop this past Monday, one of their creations was a spotlighting card. I will share that card, complete with tutorial, in my next blog post.

Anyway, Stella, my precious 9-year-old granddaughter, came for a brief visit with her mom, dad and dog, Chloe. I showed her the four cards that would be made at the workshop two days hence, and she liked the spotlighting one, so we decided to collaborate on one for her to take home.

And here is the result:


Using the cute stamp set, From the Herd, Stella did all the stamping and the coloring of the spotlighted piece using Stampin' Write Markers. She also chose the color scheme and the portion of the image that would be spotlighted. My part in this collaboration was cutting and gluing. 


 I love how she colored her spotlighted portion. We decided to add googly eyes to the pig's face.



Spotlighted
Smiles.


8 comments:

  1. Cute. I've never seen that kind of art before. Thanks for sharing at the Friday Frivolity :0)

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  2. What a cute card and a fun project for kids! Thanks for sharing on the Pleasures of the NW's DIY party!

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  3. This is a fun project! I had no idea commercially available stamps have gotten so complex. Good choice for your demonstration, too. Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty #ccbg :)

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  4. Stella did a wonderful job. She is talented and beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing at Project Inspired. Have a lovely week.

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  5. What a fun card. Thanks for sharing your wonderful posts at Over The Moon Party.
    See you next week.
    Hugs,
    Bev

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  6. Aw, Stella did a great job on the card!

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  7. lovely art work,
    Stella did a wonderful job!

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  8. This is a very cute craft for kids! Thank you for sharing in Sweet Inspiration Link Party :)

    http://artdecorationcrafting.blogspot.gr

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