Monday, June 13, 2016

Land of the Free Urban Scribble Card with Nathalie Kalbach and Stampendous

 It is going to be a fabulous week with Stampendous!!!
I hope you are ready....
As we are sharing projects and ideas using Nathalie Kalbach 3 in 1 Stamp Sets....
Yes...3 in 1 stamp sets....each one includes a cling, a s foam and a stencil. 
How cool is that!!!
Today I am using Nathalie's Urban Scribble 3 in 1 Stamp Set.
 I began by first adhering a piece of navy blue card stock to the top of my card front. 
Then using the Spectrum Aqua markers apply to top of watercolor paper. 
Allowing the markers ink to float with water and brush. 
Once you get the sky the color you want allow to dry completely. 
Stamp Grunge Background stamp with a mix of Cerulean Blue and White paint. 
Dry completely. 
Apply White Embossing Paste to top of stencil from set with palette knife. 
Dry completely. 
Repeat with Black Embossing Paste. 
Dry completely.
 Stamp Urban Stamp to top of prepared watercolor paper. 
Apply Spectrum Aqua Markers with water and paint brush. 
Dry completely. 
Distress edges of prepared water color paper using distress tool.
Adhere to top of card front.
 Stamp sentiment to white paper with black ink. 
Fussy cut around stamped image.
Adhere to navy blue card stock. 
Fussy cut around image and place on card front with pop dots. 
Add bow.
 Thanks for stopping by today and make sure to

 head over to the Stampendous Blog to see more projects.

Hugs Pam

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50 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous !!! I love all the texture and colors. Thank you so much for sharing Pam!!!

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  2. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh Pam - this is INCREDIBLE. I LOVE Nat - she has been a mentor to me. You have DONE HER PROUD. I love her urban scribble set and YOUR creativity has made it just FABULOUSLY GLORIOUS here. WOW WOW WOW. XXj

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  3. This is wonderful! I love the colors and you showcased the stamp beautifully. Hugs, Robin

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  4. Fantastic! This has amazing color and super texture. Awesome card, Pam. Thank you for sharing today!

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  5. WOW! You have packed so much texture into this amazing card! LOVE how you colored it and the bow is so pretty!! This crafter from Vermont says YAY!! Love it!! TFS!

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  6. How beautiful!!! Great colors and fabulous textures!!

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  7. So cool looking
    and love the
    buildings!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Interesting looking card, I love it. The colors are great. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. I love this skinny high-rises.
    The texturing and colors are great.
    thanks for sharing a wonderful card.

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  10. This is fabulous! I can see that I got back online just in the nick of time!

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  11. Textures and colors are fantastic. Love the card.

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  12. Love your card !! Saw it on Twitter this morning. Great colors, Pam. Thx for sharing!

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  13. Thanks for the inspiration! I'm getting myself some black embossing paste real soon. Myriam from Quebec, Canada.

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  14. Love the card! The colors are really bright and bold. Here in Des Moines, Iowa it has been very hot for the last several days. I'm staying in and doing cards.

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  15. Fabulous card, Pam! I love the texture, color and all around cool interest of it! Very inspiring, friend, tfs!

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  16. Awesome, you could frame this! I love the colors you used! And I see the dimension detail in the close up photos. Great job! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B. (Maryland, USA)

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  17. Just so cool! Love all the details!!

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  18. Fabulous mixed media card. Those stamps are really cool!

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  19. What a beautiful card! Great coloring and
    love the background with all the textures.
    Jackie from Tel Aviv, Israel.

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  20. Awesome card, lots of texture

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  21. love this fantastic set, wonderful texture and colors !! hugs from India !!

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  22. I do like what you have done here. Nice work.

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  23. Very artsy and beautiful. Nice work!

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  24. Fantastic art. It would look great on my walla.

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  25. I love the ribbon and all the colors!

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  26. Fabulous project - so colourful!

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  27. this is so pretty! love it! Thanks for sharing !

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  28. Thanks for the inspiration! I'm getting myself some black embossing paste real soon. Myriam from Quebec, Canada

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  29. Lovely, thanks for sharing.
    Nicole from Southington CT

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  30. What a fab card! I love the colours and the texture you created!

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  31. Great colors. TFS. South Carolina.

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  32. I love your urban card, the colors are great. Thank you for your inspiration. C21claudia@aol.com

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  34. FABULOUS scene, colours and textures - LOVE IT ALL!!!
    You should be framing your card Pam, it is a piece of ART!!!
    Tracy from Australia

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  35. Love the colors and textures. It is such a fun card.

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  36. Wonderful use of the stencil and love your colors!

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  37. I really like the grunge look to the card. Charleston SC

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  38. so so gorgeous Pam.. wonderifical job playing with these products/stamps!

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  39. That's so pretty! Looks like a painting!
    Lilian (Maryland, USA)
    The Leaf Studio

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  40. wow, I love what you did with the Urban Stamp and the sentiment looks great contrasted with it.

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  41. Great work! Looking forward to seeing more here in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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  42. Great work! Looking forward to seeing more here in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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  43. Great work! Looking forward to seeing more here in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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  44. Great work! Looking forward to seeing more here in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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