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Friday, February 28, 2014

Zombie Beauty Queen! By Julia

Hello everyone!
Julia here to share a new creation featuring one of Rick St. Dennis amazing images.
For today project I used Zombie Beauty Queen

For more details on this projects please visit my blog Me and Myself on the Dark...
You can find this and many more images in Rick St Dennis Zibbet Store.
Do you enjoy rubber stamps??
We have great news, Rick St. Dennis Images are now rubber stamps and you can find them at I Break for Stamps and Smeared Ink.
Hope you enjoy this creations, I sure had lots of fun making them.
Thanks for stopping by!
Have fun, create and enjoy yourself!
Hugs,
Julia

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Steampunk canvas using RSD Insane Hatter

Hi all, I've been working on a canvas using the Rick St. Dennis Insane Hatter, and turned it into a Steampunk canvas using all kinds of metal pieces, DecoArt products and some Tim Holtz dies.

Supply List:Digi stamp" Insane Hatter" by Rick St. Dennis MFA

DecoArts products:
Americana Acrylic paint Lamp black
Americana Acrylic Gesso
Dazzling metallic paints : copper and emperors gold
Glamour dust fine glitter paint; Sizzling red
Americana Weathered wood crackle medium
Texture Crackle (neutral)
Metallic Lustres: Iced Espresso, Copper Kettle and Black Shimmer


Tim Holtz Alterations : Hardware Findings and Gadget Gears
Rubber stamps Steampunk plate 1 + 41 by Kicostamps
Clearstamps by Chronology 


Embellishments:
Plastic frame, the small light bulbs,the spring and the bolts and rings came from dear husbands garage ;-) but he probably bought them in a hardware store :-)
There are some foam roses and a small playing card, letter beads some hat pins and and old key and wooden spool with some brown thread. The iron flowers are home decorations and the big gears are plastic parts from an empty tape runner that I took apart. 
The small gears on the Hatters hat are old watch parts 





how to:
The Mad Hatter is a Rick St.dennis MFA digi stamp to be found here: http://www.zibbet.com/Rick1949/artwork?artworkId=2153906. The digi is coloured using Caran d'ache Luminance 6901 pencils and then cut  out.

The canvas was prepared using the Gesso, then a layer of emperors gold paint. The weathered wood was applied and the top layer is lamp black.
When the crackling was done and dry the frame was made using texture crackle, applied using a pallet knife, when that was dry it was painted lamp black.

The gear rubberstamps and clearstamps are stamped using copper acrylic paint. The copper paint was also used to add the metallic aged look to the crackle frame.

All embellishments were given an old worn look using the metallic lustres, the foam roses were allready red but I gave them a layer of sizzling red glitter paint to give them some shine


some detail pics












The cool thing is that this canvas will be published in Just Steampunk Magazine Volume 5, I asked if it was ok to put it on my blog before the magazine is in the shops, and as long as I mentioned it would be published it's allowed :-)

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Smilin' Joe Skull w/ Roses - colored by KristyLee

Good morning Friends,

I hope your Valentine's was good and naughty! I have a book-marker to share with you today.







This is "Smilin Joe w/ Roses" (Follow the link to get yours!)
One of the many creative looking skulls drawn by Rick St. Dennis. What ever you fancy you will find it at Rick's Zibbit or Etsy store.

Here is a closer look at the senti:



This is a quote by Oscar Wilde.
(I did forget to glue on his name before I laminate it.)

Thank you for your visit to Airless Chambers today, I do hope you will come on out and chat with us on our Facebook page, and of course share with us what you have been doing with Rick St. Dennis' brilliant images. You can find all sorts of links on the side bar. Do you need to know how to do something? Click on the Tuts and Comments badge! 

Stay Crafty my Friends! 

Peace,
KristyLee
You can visit me at my blog 


Friday, February 14, 2014

Rick St. Dennis' EDTs are GDTs at Left of the Center challenge blog!

Good morning RSD Friends,

Rick St. Dennis is sponsoring a challenge blog called "Left of Center - creative challenges" or "LOC" for short. Here is there blog addy: http://leftofcenterchallenges.blogspot.com/ (you can click it or cut and paste it into your browser.) The theme of LOC's challenge is "Demon Lover" so Rick created a special digital stamp for this challenge. He has titled the digi stamp Demon Lover and you can get your stamp by following the link.



Now for some inspiration from Rick St. Dennis' EDT Ladies:



using "Demon Lover"



SUE PECK




You can click on the names of the EDT's to visit their blogs to find out the details on their projects. We would love to see how you create using Rick's newest digital stamp "Demon Lover"so once you link up to LOC's challenge, hop on over to the RSD Facebook Fan Page and share with us your creations. 
Good luck to all who enter the LOC challenge, Rick has 2 stores for your shopping pleasure, you can visit them both and start looking for your favorite stamps encase your the winner!

Oh the Love is in the Air or should I say in the Airless? Much Love to you all, hope you get your hearts desire today! 
Thank you for your visit to Airless Chambers! Thank you for your comments! Stay Crafty my Friends!
Happy Valentine's Day to you all!
 from Rick & the EDT's



Thursday, February 13, 2014

Bloody Valentine Day 3 with Lady Brayton

Hi all, Lady Brayton here.  This is my piece for the Bloody Valentine hop hosted by Smeared Ink, on the Airless Chambers blog.  The Blogroll is in the side bar.

I made a tag using Rick St. Dennis MFA's "Parfum de Mort" digi image.  You can find many more cool images in Rick's Zibbet Shoppe.  He has over 700 images and more on the way!  The image was colored with Copic Markers on Copic X-Press-it card and was fussy cut.  The tag base has DecoArt Texture Crackle in Colorado TXC 05-51.  When dried, I did washes with DecoArt Americana paints in Lamp Black (DAO67-3) and Crimson Tide (DAO21-3).  When dried, I stapled black mesh from a bag of fruit and adhered the "From Now Until Forever" sticker and the Parfum de Mort image to the tag with foam pop dots.  The sticker, which is from Creative Imaginations, was adhered to card stock before being popped up with the foam dots.  I hope you've been enjoying the hop!


Cheers!
~ Lady B 

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

bloody valentine day 2 with Monique

Hi all Monique here, this is my piece for the Bloody Valentine hop by Smeared Ink, on the Airless Chambers blog.

Blogroll is in the side bar.

 I made an Art Journal page using a Rick St. Dennis digi called  Vampyr Masquerade 2. I coloured the vampire using Derwent colour soft pencils. The background is a gelli print.
To make the gelli print I used DecoArt Americana Acrylics (Tomato Red, Winter Blue, Ocean Blue, Purple Pizzazz, Lemon Yellow) The letters are made using my Cricut to cut out a Vampire font. I traced the letters and painted them using Americana Acrylics Cherry Red (thought that was the best colour to look like blood lol), also used that for the little blood dripping from the Vampyrs mouth

her a pic with the paints I used, I love the way colours get mixed on the gelli plate and create new colours
here is a scan, to get a better look at the page, text says; Love sucks, I thought this waa the perfect font to use :-)

The hearts and the bloodsplatter are stamped

here a closer look of the Vampire, careful he might bite ......
thanks for looking , blogroll is in the side bar,  have fun hopping

Bloody Valentine Day One with Helen

Hi all Helen here, or as others may know me, Croms. I have the honour of starting off the first day of the Bloody Valentine hop hosted by Smeared Ink, for the Airless Chambers blog.

Blogroll is on the side bar.

The image I chose is named "Handcuffs". I chose to do a card and this is the one I will be giving to my hubby today as it is also our wedding anniversary.
Sorry about the glare, the light at this time of year isn't the best.

The splatters are there, not so noticeable on the red or black but the white of the crackle stamp picks up some of it. The splatters were done using an old toothbrush and luminarte radiant rains paint (persimmon) and the wings of my fallen angel painted in a mixture of persimmon and gold. I was nice and supplied the key for the handcuffs, should he wish to use it.
Thanks for joining us on this fabulous hop.
See you back here tomorrow

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Fillies Bergeres

Hi, Sue here...this stunning image by Rick is called Fillies Bergeres and you can find her here
More details are on my blog

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Danger beware... Zombies and Zombie Kittys- by Rick St. Dennis and KristyLee

Good morning Friends,

I am here to share an altered Tag with you all. I have used a Rick St. Dennis’ digital  image called “Zombie cat dragger.” (Follow the link to get yours.)

 I personally think this image is hysterical, I truly love it! It makes me smile and laugh, and brings me delight! I hope you like my version of this image:




Here is a close up photo, showing you that I sprayed “Goosebumps,” it's a texture spray. 
*Tsukineko SHIMMER Goosebumps Clear Texture Spray


I have full details on my blog as to how I created this altered Tag. Click here!


There are several blog that you can visit to get inspiration from:
Sparkle and Glitter blog a main-stream blog!
Gallerie blog- all inspiration all the time!
TUTS and Comments- All tutorial all the time!
Rick’s blog- so you can check out what Rick St. Dennis is up to.
Rick’s Zibbet shop w/ over 700 digital images!
Rick’s Etsy shop
Come out and show us your RSD creations at our Facebook Fan page!

Thank you for your visit and for your comments! Stay Crafty my Friends!
Peace,
KristyLee

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Garden Troll



I live in a town in Sweden named "Trollhättan".
If you translate it straight, it will be troll-cap.

I love trolls, and Ricks Garden Troll is amazing!

You can, as always see close up photos at my blog:


Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Beware of the Garden Troll

So here we have Rick's gardening troll. You can find his lair here in Rick's zibbet store. More details on my blog. Sue x

Monday, February 3, 2014

tag using the Morte set

Hello, Monique here with the february tag based on the 12 tags of 2014 by Tim Holtz, I will try to make these tags every month using DecoArts products.

Step by step tutorial on the Tuts and Comments blog



Supply list
Americana Acrylic paints in , snow white, True Red and Traditional burnt Umber
Metallic Lustre Silver Spark

Stamps used
Rick St.dennis Morte set by Smeared Ink
Stampers anonymous Valentine set

Aleteration Dies : Heart Wings, Iron gate and Weathered Clock



Baby wipes, card board,a piece  black and white cardstock, paintbrushes, scissors, pencil, ribbon, crop a dile, piece of acetate , paintbrushes, sponge

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