Monday, January 25, 2016

Happy Birthday Resist...

Hi Everyone...the last week of January would you believe and tonight Scots across the world will be celebrating the birthday of Scotland's Bard...Rabbie Burns with a plate of Haggis Chappit Neeps and Mashed Tatties all washed down with a generous glass of the water of life. Haggis...the "Great Chieftain o' the Puddin Race" is an acquired taste for sure...one of those "you either love it or loathe it" kind of delicacies.
But back to the crafty stuff...today I'm sharing a sneaky look at the "Resist Stamping" cards I made for this month's issue of Simply Homemade...
featuring Hero Arts favourites with lots of Distress Inking...
and how chuffed was I...that this one made the cover...
along with one of my "Ombre Effect" projects but I'll share that one with you tomorrow and I also have a give-away so make sure you pop by.
Hugs Kath xxx

19 comments:

Aunty Sue said...

lovely cards Kath love resist look forward to tomorrows cards

Liz said...

What gorgeous cards! I especially love the purple and white one on the right.

Enjoy your haggis! xx

Shoshi said...

Happy Burns Night, Kath! I am envious of the haggis and neeps and tatties... Part of my heritage too. My paternal granny was a Highland Scot from Morayshire. I love the resist cards. Have you come across Neil Burley? http://perfectly4med.co.uk/2016/01/21/art-journal-page-impossible/ He's just posted about his embossing resist technique. I have done it many times with distress inks but never with paints, and I love the effect he has achieved.

I look forward to hearing how you do the ombre technique. It's beautiful!

Shoshi

Betty Keefe said...

your resist cards are wonderful Kath - and that Hero Arts hydrangea is one of my all time favorites - i hope Hero Arts sees that one of their stamps made the cover of a magazine

Barbara said...

Beautiful cards!

misteejay said...

Fabulous creations Kath.
Toni xx

Joan said...

Fab cards, my favourite technique, love the purple one

Lee said...

Hi,It's my Birthday today and the sun is actually shining hee hee,very windy though.LOVE these creations sooo beautiful.Happy Burns Night.Hugs/cuddles xxx

Janette said...

Enjoy Burns night, my friends were married this day at Gretna...of course...many years ago, so big celebrations all round and I do love a bit of Haggis....anyway...The resist cards look amazing, looking forward to tomorrow.....xx

Lin said...

Lovely to see some of my old favorite Hero Arts stamps again, Kath! Your fresh colors give them new life!

Val said...

Stunning work xxx

Linda Simpson said...

These are fabulous Kath, love the designs and stamps.
Hugs
Linda xxx

nnalorac said...

Love the technique and colours, gorgeous cards Kath. Carol xx

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous cards Kath,so pretty.
Lorraine x

Sandra H said...

Well done and congrats Kathleen having your card featured in the mag the technique is stunning l just love them your right about the Haggis l have tried it and found it to be okay xx

pearshapedcrafting said...

Wow Kath! I am not surprised you made the front cover! Congratulations! Every one of them is beautiful! Happy Burns Night! Chrisx

Redanne said...

Belated Burns Night greeting to you Kath! I love all of your 'resist' cards Kath and so pleased to see that you made the cover too - well done 'Cover Girl'... Hugs, Anne xx

butterfly said...

These are fabulous, Kath - nothing like a nice bit of embossing resist. Gorgeous colours throughout. Hope you had a great time celebrating Burns Night. My mother does the haggis thing - not me, I'm afraid, though I'm more than happy with the neeps!
Alison x

Paula Cheney said...

Kath, this is stunning! Love, love, love your choices! xx

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