- Kraft, ribbed, ATC blank
- Low tack tape - for positioning of stencils and for masking for pan pastels
- Imagination Crafts Christmas trees stencil and sparkle medium in diamond and soft purple, applied with a plastic spatula and set aside to dry
- Distress Inks: tumbled glass and pumice stone
- Water spritzed on to fingers and flicked on to ATC, allowed to develop and then blotted with paper towel
- Diagonal lines masked off before applying versamark ink (firmly so it goes in to the ribbed "valleys") before applying pan pastel bright gold using a sofft tool and buffing to a shine
- Versamark ink applied all around the edges and peanut butter embossing powder (by Sparkle 'n Sprinkle) applied and heat embossed
- Kaisercraft sentiment stamped on to white card before die cutting in to a circle and matting on to a larger die cut circle of chocolate card (another offcut)
- Black card die cut in to a scalloped circle - yet another off cut - don'cha just love it when a plan comes together and uses up some little bitty bits of card?
- 20cm x 20cm white, 300 gsm, card blank and matching sized envelope
- Red card (19x19, 17x17 and 7x7), white card (18x18m 6½x6½ + 12x12 die cut in to fancy square) and black card (18½ x 18½, 8x8 and 12x12 for die cut clock) for image panels, die cuts,matting and layering
- X-Cut fancy square die cut from white card and liberally coated with versamark ink before applying metallic pan pastels in pewter and bronze, buffed and then set using hairspray
- Tim Holtz clock face and hands die cut from black card and covered with Treasure Gold in onyxite to give patina
- We R Memory Keepers plane image and Imagine That sentiment stamped on to white card image panel using Versafine onyx black ink
- Michaels red and white glittered ribbon (attached using double sided tape
- To the middle sized red panel I attached a TCW stencil (using low tack tape) before applying Diamond sparkle medium (from Imagination Crafts) with a spatula and setting aside to dry (took about an hour)
|You can see the sheen of the metallic pan pastels, the twinkle of the sparkle medium |
and the patination of the Treasure Gold!! Perfick!
LORD, THEY ARE FINALLY TOGETHER ..
Judy married Ted; they had 13 children. Ted died.
She married again, and she and Bob had 7 more children.
Bob was killed in a car accident 12 years later.
Judy married again, and this time, she and John had 5 children.
Judy finally died, after having 25 children.
Standing before her coffin, the preacher prayed for her.
He thanked the Lord for this very loving woman and said,
"Lord, they are finally together."
Ethel leaned over and quietly asked her best friend Margaret,
"Do you think he means her first, second, or third husband?"
Margaret replied, I think he means her legs, Ethel!"
|Some Hobbycutz die cuts and a small clear stamp set|