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  • 1. MISC.
  • 2. Cracked Glass technique on this one. It's a great effect, and isn't hard at all (when you know how!). First I stamped the Oak Tree image (from 'Lovely as a Tree'); I inked up the image in Creamy Caramel as a base coat, and then coloured the trunk with a Chocolate Chip marker, and 'thumped' More Mustard and Really Rust markers over the top part of the tree. Thumping is a great way to create a multicoloured effect on a bold stamp. All you do is hold your marker like a drum stick and tap the ink onto your stamp. I also watercoloured the trunk, just to fill it out a little. Now for the fun part: layers of embossing powder. Start by inking Versamark over the whole piece of cardstock. Then, sprinkle with clear embossing powder and tip off the excess. Heat with your Embossing Tool. While the powder is still hot and melted, cover with another layer of powder, and tip off the excess (you'll need to be quick!). Then re-heat. Repeat until you have about 5 layers of embossing powder. It should look shiny and glass-like. Pop it in the freezer for 10-20 minutes. Pull it out and start cracking it immediately. I sponged some Chocolate Chip ink over the cracks to accentuate them
  • 3. Flight of the Butterfly. Paper: Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip, Kraft, Pacific Point, Whisper White, Vellum cardstock. Ink: Baja Breeze, Pacific Point, Black StazOn. Other: mat pack, paper piercer, Chocolate Chip poly-twill ribbon
  • 4. card base of Creamy Caramel. I stamped the flower from the set called Doodle This with Black Craft ink and then embossed it with black embossing powder. I used a watercolor brush to paint bleach onto the flowers and it turned into a lovely shade of yellow . . . very similar to Barely Banana Doodle This (flower image), Upsy Daisy (sentiment) Paper: Creamy Caramel, Basic Black, Barely Banana, Tangerine Tango Patterns DSP Ink: Black Craft Accessories: Wide Oval Punch, Vintage Brads, Sponge, Black Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Watercolor Brush, Bleach, Dimensionals
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  • 6. Whisper White, Regal Rose, Soft Sky and Chocolate Chip CS for my card. The little flowers were punched out with the *Trio Flower* and *Spring Flower Bouquet*Punches. I also added some Silver Pearls to the flowers and on the right hand side of the card Time Well Spent. Paper: Wild Wasabi, black, orange and yellows. Ink: Wild Wasabi. Accessories: Black markers, pop-dots, orange glitter dot stickers from Stampendous, ribbon
  • 7. image was stamped one directly to the Very Vanilla cardstock, then I stamped just the bloom again, trimmed it out, popped it up and bent up all the petals so that they are facing up. ┬áThis is a 5 1/4 square card with Basic Grey for the matting and sentiment. Really should use that more often for my sentiments, it lends a nice subtle tone
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