Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Monoprint

I really wanted to join this month's casmixup challenge because I never had good luck with making a monoprint. It was always a blob that had no relationship to a monoprint and no way to pass it off as such. With great perseverance I made this and it came out okay. I actually used yellow, orange and brown DI sponged over the stencil (that is a beautiful Artplorations stencil from a sweet friend) but when I spritzed it most of the color went away. I got such a good image that looks like a sunflower I decided to post it and hope it shows up enough to see.








Be kind to one another.




14 comments:

  1. You did a good job. That is quite beautiful.

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  2. Such a happy card and well done with the fun technique Brenda x.

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  3. Your stencil monoprint is wonderful, Brenda. It makes an artistic look. I like it. Great card.
    Sonja

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  4. So beautiful with the sunflower print and colors! You did a wonderful job!

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  5. Beautiful sunflower monoprint Brenda! You did a great job. The soft colour shows off the design beautifully! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  6. What a brilliant sunflower, Brenda! I'd say you've mastered this technique! Thanks for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up! Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and get to spend it with your loved ones. XOXO

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  7. What a pretty card with the lovely yellow! Great job with the technique! Happy Thanksgiving to you and family, hugs!

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  8. Beautiful Sunflower and a real crisp monoprint. Love it :)

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  9. A pretty card Brenda, a super technique.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  10. This is lovely Brenda! Great job with the monoprint. x

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  11. Your monoprint stenciled sunflower turned out beautifully, Brenda. So pleased you were able to play along with us this month. I look forward to your CAS cards in 2022:-) Happy Holiday, dear friend. Love and Hugs...Nancy

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  12. Glad you stuck with it - it turned out to be quite pretty! Love that giant flower!

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  13. Wow Brenda, you got a great monoprint! I haven't braved it to try it yet. lol Love how yours came out, I can see the brown and yellow, just not the orange, but I'm sure it is there. You know how photo's are....you don't always see all the beautiful colors. I love how you kept this simple, the print is the star and I love it! Hugs, Brenda

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  14. I still need to try that technique--you've inspired me! This looks great!

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