Neon Stamping

CASE Study Challenge #144

Guess what? I am beyond honored to be the guest muse for June over on the CASE Study challenge blog. When Chupa contacted me and asked me if I’d like to be the muse I was just over the moon. I mean, have you seen the awesome things the team comes up with? (If not, you should check them out! And check out the past muses too. What an honor to be in their company.)

So for this month’s first challenge, Chupa chose this card:

CASE Study Challenge #144

Recognize it? It’s from the Hero Arts Stamp Your Story blog hop. It was the first time I ever used the new daubers on a card. When I made it, first I swiped the daubers on the card, and then I stamped the feathers over top in black.

For my challenge card, I used the same daubers — only with a little twist. This time I stamped the brushstrokes in white first, and then I swiped the duabers over top. Love how it turned out:

Lisa Spangler :: CASE Challenge #144 :: daubers and white pigment ink resist

Here’s an “in process” shot so that you can see how the technique works! It’s really simple, just stamp the brushstrokes in white, let dry — or if you’re impatient like me you can hurry it along with your heat tool. Then swipe the daubers over top.

Lisa Spangler :: CASE Challenge #144 :: daubers and white pigment ink resist

And you’ll get a little something that looks like this!

Lisa Spangler :: CASE Challenge #144 :: daubers and white pigment ink resist

Isn’t that just too cool? :)

Hope that you join me for this challenge! Find all the details right HERE. I can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with! xx


15 thoughts on “CASE Study Challenge #144”

  1. Well, hello there, miss “guest muse!” How exciting – congrats to you, Lisa! Love the card Chupa chose and your take on it is soooo fun! I’m hoping to play along sometime this month! :)

  2. Congratulations! I would say that they are probably feeling honored to have you as a guest muse. I will enjoy seeing all you create!!!!

  3. Woohoo! LOVE how you used the daubers! Brilliant! I can imagine a pack of these being sold in stores already! Absolutely gorgeous! :)

  4. This is so dang cool, Lisa – come to think about it, all your cards are pretty dang cool. ;) But seriously, I haven’t been able to get that feather/dauber card out of my head since I got the stamp set – my design brain just keeps taking me back to it when I pull the feather stamp out. ;)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.