Thursday, October 16, 2014


Hi Hermine here, this time I made a little tutorial, hope you like it.

step 1: Take a piece of cardstock, spray some water at the top of the cardstock, then throw in some Brusho powder, spray some more water and hold your card up straight so it can run down.

step 2: stamp Cute fox in coat 19158 wit Stazon, then draw some circles, below you find a tutorial on how to do this. Then stamp You color my world  19344, also with Stazon.

step 3: take a fantastic and some bleech and take the color away in the fox. Give the fox some color with water color pencils.

step 4: finish off with some white accents with a sharpie.

And now the tutorial:

step 1: take a transparant sheet and a circle cutter and cut different sizes circles. This way you can choose with size you need.

step 2: take a hole puncher and punch different sizes dots out of a scrap piece of foam.

step 3: glue the dots onto sticks.

step 4: for this tutorial I took a blanc card but in my sample I did this step after I had stamped. Take your transparant sheet, decide which size you want and draw the circles with a black fineliner, do this three times but moving the transparant sheet a little.

step 5: take you toothpicks with the dots on it and Stazon Black, dip the sticks into the ink and stamp around your circle.

step 6: because I hate to waiste perfectly good things I finished my sample fot the tutorial off with the same stamps I used above, but now using my stencil as a mask as well and sponged the inner side, masking off the fox first. And as you can see if you changed the way of working around, you get a completely different result.

Warmly Hermine

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Barb said...

What a cute fellow...thanks for the tutorial on making the circles and dots ...always need different size to what I have now I have any size I need.

Gery said...

Love both cards, Hermine, and the little fox is gorgeous!!!
The Brushocard is quite the opposite from the card below, but I couldn't make a choice if I had to.
Thanx for the smart ideas for the circles and the diffrent sizes of dots.
Groetjes Gery

by belle said...

Thanks for the tutorial!! I love the off-set circles!! Lovely cards!

Rockin Robin said...

Love this! Thank you so much for the tutorial. I'm digging the offset circles. Kind of ironic that I was working with Bister just about an hour ago!

Unknown said...

Aw he is indeed a very cute fox!

Karen said...

Great tutorial-love the colors especially the dripage!

Carol said...

Thank you for a great tutorial; - I've got to try this!!