- 15cm square white, 300 gsm scallop edged card and matching sized envelope
- Fancy square die cuts in two sizes used to cut white and black card
- Distress Inks: Peacock Feathers, Squeezed Lemonade, Shabby Shutters, Picked Raspberry, applied with a cosmetic sponge, fairly loosely - you don't have to blend, blend, blend!
- Water flicked over panel, allowed to develop and then blotted with paper towel - don't panic if you think it looks like you've ruined your project or taken too much colour off at this point - just hang in there!
- Kaisercraft journal page 7 Gypsies ticket, Stampers Anonymous harlequin images stamped using Versamark ink or Distress Inks (I used D.I.'s) and then toning perfect pearls brushed over the images before setting with hairspray
- Inkylicious floral image stamped using Versafine onyx black
- Stamping Bella image stamped on to white card using Versafine onyx black ink and then cut out and edged with Distress Ink in Seedless Grape applied round the edges using a Tim Holtz distressing tool.
- Alcohol markers using to colour image
|My basic coloured background - here's where it starts to get interesting!|
|Then Spritzed with water, allowed to develop and then blotted and allowed to dry |
- don't panic when you see large areas like my three, it'll be FINE!
|My background is stamped with D.I.'s before brushing with co-ordinated mica powders. |
There, it's finished - now to turn it in to the finished card you saw at the top of this post
|Images used in the making of this project|
My hubby is still at the Model and engineering exhibition today so I can craft all day again - YAY!. Who knows? There may be a second post from me if my mojo's mooching about - to make up for the on-line silence on the crafting front lately!! See you all
Happy Sunday everyone