Color Bursts Giveaways Techniques

Stamping with wood and Ken Oliver Color Bursts with GIVEAWAY

Hi there! Today I am thrilled to be here to help celebrate a design challenge between Ken Oliver and Maya Road. For all the details, please visit Ken’s blog!

Oh how I wished I made a video for this card, but to be honest, I wasn’t sure how is was going to turn out! But the end result? I am in love with it… I used just ONE COLOR, the Color Burst in the color Sepia, with a die and wooden piece that Maya Road sent me along with some masking to create this card.. I wanted to do something a little out of the box with the product. So here is what I came up with:

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I love love LOVE the result of the stamped impression…  After I stamped all the circle backgrounds, I was left with a beautifully colored wooden embellishment so I just HAD to include that on the card as well!  I’m getting ahead of myself a little bit! Let me start from the beginning.

  • The first thing I did was to die cut the Maya Road Make IT Beautiful die onto a piece of cardstock. I used the negative space of the card panel and a masking pen (Molotow masking pen) to create the sentiment mask onto the card panel.
  • Then I added some Color Burst in the color Sepia to the Maya Road wooden embellishment (video on this coming soon) and stamped the background. I ADORE SEPIA! Look at all the colors that resulted from the ONE Color Burst color! And the design from the wooden embellishment transferred so beautifully.  Swoon!!! Yes. Now that I know how to do this technique, I will most certainly film a video showcasing it for my youtube channel soon!
  • I inked up the remaining white space of the card with a complementing ink color (Tea Dye distress ink).
  • Then I removed the mask. You can do this  by pushing it away with your finger or using an adhesive remover eraser.
  • To have a perfectly matched piece of hemp, I colored the natural colored hemp with the same Sepia Color Burst color and wrapped it around the card. I just spritzed out some Sepia powder onto my Best Ever Craft mat, added some water and then just ran my twine thru the puddle!
  • The last step was to secure wooden embellishment. I wanted it to pop off the card so I secured it with some strong double sided foam tape.

GIVEAWAY:

I did say giveaway!!!!! How would you like to win some Stick it (the best adhesive out there for die cutting hands down), a a Tool it All (9 tools in 1, genius) and some goodies from Maya Road?  Just leave a comment on my blog and I’ll draw a winner…  Easy enough, right? The contest runs thru Sunday, October 25th at midnight and winners will be announced here and on Ken’s blog on the 26th!

Thanks so much for hanging out with me today! 

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90 Comments

  1. Amante del Papel says:

    WOW your card is stunning, thanks for the chance to win!

  2. Love your card Laurel. This technique sounds fun and look forward to seeing your video. Thanks!

  3. So Cool! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Shirley says:

    Beautiful card. I can’t wait for video showing an awesome technique.

  5. love your card – fun technique – and i’ve been wanting to try StickIt and would love to be your winner

  6. TracyM #6773 says:

    FABULOUS card and EXCITING technique!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and the chance to win some CRAFTY AWESOMENESS Laurel 🙂

  7. Michele says:

    Nice card Thank you for the chance to win!

  8. Out of the box creation! Love the final result! Thanks for the chance to win!

  9. Marty H says:

    Stunning card! I would never have guessed that you used only sepia colorburst. I can’t wait to try this!

  10. Thank you for the great tutorial on how you made this very artistic card showcasing Sepia and maya road together for such a fun and unique combination!

  11. Mary-Anne V. says:

    This is a neat technique and I love the results.

  12. Carrie says:

    This made a great card. I love the colors. Great ideas for the masculine birthdays in my family—thank you!

  13. gioperu says:

    Love it, Laurel!!

  14. Wow, what a great idea to use the wooden button as a stamp! Beautiful.

  15. mjmarmo says:

    Oh, this is just gorgeous!! Love it!

  16. I love this card, so beautiful and I can’t wait for the video to see how you transferred the color. I broke down and bought some color bursts after watching your you tubes and periscopes. Love them. Thanks for sharing your techniques and crafty deals.

  17. I’ve been having fun with Color Bursts too. Always looking for new techniques to play with. Thanks!

  18. nanagretchen says:

    Cool card and love color burst!

  19. barb macaskill says:

    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! What a gorgeous card!! I love how vintage and rustic it is! I am definitely going to have to give this a try! The Color Bursts are SOOOOOOOOOOOO fun and I am truly addicted to them! I am on my 4th set of them because my grandchildren and I love using them! Would love to get my hands on this awesome Prize package!! Thanks for the chance to!

  20. Love the card–would love to see a video of the process. Thanks for the chance to win.????????

  21. Sandy S. says:

    That’s amazing! Who would have thought that the design on that disc would transfer so well?

  22. Laurel, I love that you selected just one color – Sepia – to see what all you could do. And I love that you made the card both 2-D and 3-D with the string-attached punch out. People love “textural things” and you accomplished it wonderfully!

  23. I’m in love with Color Burst! Your card is beautiful. I was having creative issues using Sepia but now you have inspired me:)

  24. Your card is so nice. I would like to learn more about masking.. it seems very interesting.

  25. shona16 says:

    Amazing that the one color produced so much more. Can’t wait for the video.

  26. Sweet card! Wish you had made a video!

  27. The monochromatic color scheme is so pretty and in season!

  28. Miriam Prantner says:

    I really need to get one of those masking pens! Great card!

  29. Love your card…SUPER job! Thanks for the chance to win.

  30. B MacNutt says:

    I love how your card turned out. The Color Bursts look like fun!

  31. Laurel, this is a beautiful card! I really enjoy how you are able to get the color variations with one bottle and look forward to viewing your video!

  32. snazzy jj says:

    Beautiful work! I have several Color Bursts, but not Sepia. After seeing your card it’s on the list. Can’t wait to see your video.

  33. Oh my goodness… Your card turned out so gorgeous!! I love the color!!

  34. Mary Holshouser says:

    I’ve tried the Stick It and love it. I haven’t seen the Tool It All before but I know it would be a big help with my die cutting. So often it’s hard to get those little scraps out of a cut.
    Your card is so pretty. thanks for sharing.

  35. Bea Savellano says:

    The color is great…b

  36. Laurel your card is gorgeous! I love that sepia Colorburst! I need to get some of the Colorburst because I have loved everything you’ve created with it! Absolutely beautiful!

  37. Joan m says:

    I love the color bursts. What an awdome card

  38. Carla Hundley says:

    What a great way to
    use the die cut! Beautiful
    card and love the ribbon
    coloring.
    Carla from Utah

  39. Maryann Whitney says:

    Just beginning to play with the original set of Color Bursts–with a thought for my Christmas cards in mind. Love seeing any and all inspiration using these amazing color powders. Thanks for walking us through your process to the end result of a warm rustic card.

  40. Jean Bullock says:

    I love the colors! Very cool how the stamping in the background mirrors and matches the die cut you added. Very cool. Hope you don’t mind if I lift that idea?

    1. Jean Bullock says:

      Went back and reread the article. Not stamping but masking. Even cooler.

  41. Love the fabulous vintage feel, so gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!~kim

  42. Laurel, this card is just beautiful. I love the new colorburst colors. I can’t wait to see your video.

  43. Cool card – I like the earthy look!

  44. Glenda Lehrmann says:

    Laurel, I really like your card. I can’t wait to view your videos. I like sepia as well; I did not know all the colors you could get with one colorburst.

  45. Gorgeous card, Laurel! It is great to know more about this new color medium and adhesive.

  46. Mary B says:

    This looks pretty darn cool. Would love to try it.

  47. Yes,I wish you had made a video also. Lovely use of sepia. Makes you think old photos.

  48. Love the fall colors in your piece so beautiful

  49. Roberta Eldridge says:

    Love the card and the new technique! Awesome!

  50. NKM photos says:

    Great technique, thanks for sharing! ☺

  51. Nice to see other ways of using Ken’s product. Thanks for sharing.

  52. germaine fryc says:

    Thank you, Laurie, for the beautiful card and the information how to do it ourselves. and of course, for the giveaway!

  53. Beth K says:

    Hey Laurel, I just love ,love love your card too!!! What a beautiful embellishment…..and you can use it to stamp too??!!! How sweet is that!! Laurel, just a totally lovely card from start to finish!!! Can’t wait to see the video!
    Beth

  54. clebel77 says:

    Hi Laurel, What a clever and lovely card. Very unusual technique. Waiting to see the video too. Beautiful card.
    Charlene

  55. Liz Lumsden says:

    Cool technique! I need to get one of those masking pens so I can give it a try!

  56. Heather T says:

    Wonderful card. Thanks for sharing

  57. karenladd says:

    I love the organic look of your card and have never thought of stamping with a wooden embellishment. What a creative idea and beautiful effect!

  58. Kara Stainbrook says:

    Absolutely love the color of this card!

  59. lisascreativeniche says:

    wow this is so cool! Love the background and the colors!

  60. Evelyn Valencia says:

    Love the card. Very interesting technique

  61. Laurel, you are an inspiration! I love how you’ve used the die to create a mask for Color Burst! Truly inspiring!

  62. Shannon says:

    Stunning! Looks like you created designer paper. Oh, you did!

  63. Your card has a wonderful color-wash, organic feel. Simple, but elegant. Thanks for sharing.

  64. Love the images you got and love love love seeing new ways of using the Color Bursts!! Wonderful card!!

  65. I just bought a masking pen and I can’t wait to use it, thank you for the inspiration!

  66. Nicole says:

    Wow! What a cool technique to use the embellishment to stamp the background, how neat!

  67. Hopping over from Ken’s blog. I love the technique and thanks for the chance at a giveaway!

  68. maureenchandler says:

    I love the look of this card and hope you are able to do a video to fully show how you created it. It is really lovely – thank you for sharing! Thanks too for the chance to win!!!

  69. D.Ann C says:

    Lovely!

  70. Such a lovely card!! Very beautiful!! I would love to see the video. And I love your periscopes 🙂
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

  71. I love the way Color Burst works with the different colors. Your creation is beautiful. I have got to try that.

  72. this. is. AMAZING!!!!! thanks for sharing your outside the box creativity! i love it so much!

  73. Beautiful–love the sepia tones.

  74. Great card. Tfs♡

  75. Your card is awesome! The brown tones are so pretty!

  76. Katherine McKamey says:

    I really love the stamped effect you got! I’m going to try that next!

  77. Such an inspiring piece with using the stamp as both a stamp and mask! Keeping it monochromatic really showcases the stamp itself, too!! Fantastic!

  78. Great creation with great products Can’t wait to win!

  79. Interesting card that grows on you. I would love to win a prize and play with it. Very gracious to gift one of us!

  80. Beautiful use of a mask. Thank you.

  81. Carolyn S says:

    Such a beautiful card. Those Colorbursts are fabulous

  82. Christine M says:

    I would LOVE to try that stick it. Looks to good to be true!

  83. Great card and love the technique! Thank you for sharing!

  84. Denise Bryant says:

    Love these textures and colors! Beautiful card!

  85. Dollie says:

    Your card is amazing! Love the colors!

  86. Rosali says:

    Wow, Laurel, what a great idea to stamp with the wood! Amazing effect!

  87. Erin C says:

    You definitely made this card beautiful!! ^_^ I just love how you used the wood accent as a stamp!!! And you’re so right about these Color Bursts being powders with POWER; it’s amazing that you get all sorts of gorgeous color out of just one “color”!!! Love it!!!

  88. Awsomely done!

  89. KT Fit Kitty says:

    Gorgeous card! I like how you used the Color Bursts!

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