- C6 white, 300 gsm, scallop edged card blank and matching sized envelope
- American Art "Eating, Drinking" image stamped using Ranger Archival jet black ink
- I die cut a scalloped square to use as a mask before sponging Distress Ink in worn lipstick through a dutchdoobadoo stencil
- Paper Artsy "splatter" image stamped using the worn lipstick ink
- Inkadinkado "martini glass" image stamped using Ranger Archival sienna ink And sentiment from the same set stamped using Ranger Archival jet black ink
- Brusho's used to water colour image .... lemon, leaf green, brown and scarlet
And I had some happy mail yesterday .... my order from Visible Images turned up - YAY! What did I order? Scrummy INKognito images .....
|Scrummy new stash|
|My twinkly heart card|
|And my slightly less twinkly but co-ordinating insert and envelope|
|How twinkly is that tinsel embossing powder?|
- 15cm square white, 250gsm, card blank and matching sized envelope
- 13½cm square white card panel (x 2, including insert) PLUS a 13½cm 5½cm panel of white card and a snippet large enough to stamp my image on
- Red card, for matting and a snippet to edge, which I did - using a Martha Stewart punch
- Visible Image INKognito heart stamped on to white card using Versamark ink before sprinkling red tinsel embossing powder and then heat embossing
- On the white card snippet I sponged D.I. in picked raspberry through the Tim Holtz stripes stencil before sponging D.I. in worn lipstick through the Dutchdoobadoo circles stencil
- I stamped the Visible Image splat image using the worn lipstick ink and the Paper Artsy splatter using the picked raspberry ink
- Once I'd assembled and adhered my panels to my card I then stamped the Hero Arts Sentiment beneath my image panel and there you have it!
Happy Sunday - have a good one peeps!