- mesh / chicken wire;
- tape measures and
- a circuit-board style
I know I'm going to have fun with these timeless images in my art journals soon but, as I recently had a card to make for a sci-fi fan, ... I knew I could put that circuit-board to use straight away, and here's what I came up with:
Using an embossing ink pad I stamped on to the plain side of the double-sided Lily Bee paper 'Victoria Park' Charcoal [the reverse side is the polka dot design I used on the final card] which I'd die-cut into hexagons.
I then heat embossed in several colours:
Next I stamped again, just on the edges this time, then embossed in a contrasting colour:
I added the embossed hexagons to my card base using 3D foam pads then along one side I stencilled through the Tando Creative 'Distorted Harlequin' mask using a white chalk ink:
Here's a close-up:
So there you have it some space-age style stamping with the Infocrea stamp set ... I hope my sci-fi fan likes it!
If you're not a sci-fi fan ... how about using it in a Steampunk style? Or just as an abstract background?
Plus there are 2 other Infocrea 3-piece sets available to choose from too:
- 'Abstract' features: doodled circles; owls and chequerboard - another perfect adaptable set] and ...
- 'Nature' features wild flowers; a book plate and butterflies.
Which set's more your style?