Wednesday, May 6, 2015

May Releases - Palettini NEW Stamp Designs

I’m thrilled to announce ELEVEN new designs in the Palettini line, designed exclusively for Technique Junkies as part of the May 2015 release.
Palettini - Stir the Imagination. Shake up your Style by Sally Lynn MacDonald
Pat Huntoon, owner of Technique Junkies has a few cards on her blog, featuring my designs from this release.
These stamps are so new, I literally picked up my set at her house on the way to the airport so I could work with them this week. But while I make some things to share with you, I’ll be featuring the new stamps each day, during this week on my website.  The first two are:
This background features a bunch of vintage receipts. To make this card, I inked the stamp with several colors of Stazon Midi: Jet Black, Claret and Blue Hawaii. Then I masked off each section of the background with sticky notes and sponged Distress Ink in Scattered Straw, Tea Dye and Victorian pink to seperate each of the images into a collage. The sentiment is from the S546 Things I Want to Do set.
P025 Let’s Face It 6 (don’t giggle, we released this one sooner than 4 & 5, you aren’t missing anything, yet!).
I inked this stamp with Momento Luxe in Toffee Crunch, for the face, and Tuxedo Black, for the hair. I used chalks to color her face and apply makeup. The background was added after stamping, by using the release paper from the stamp as a mask, and placing stencils over the top. I then sprayed Art Anthology Colorations in Patience (pink) and Warm (neutral brown) over the stencils. I picked up the Patience color with a brush and applied it to her lips. I diecut the sentiment with a Spellbinders deckle rectangle and stamped SDX055 Different Flowers in Stazon Midi Ganache color. Finally, I added a jeweled flower to her hair.
Thanks for looking! I'll be adding more cards all week, at
Sally Lynn MacDonald
Designer, Palettini line of stamps, exclusively designed for Technique Junkies


Beth Norman said...

Great work. It's nice to see the variety of stuff you do. I love how you added the flower to that lovely lady, and that saying is so perfect.

Sally Lynn MacDonald-inkyheart said...

Thanks, Beth!