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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Fall Hydrangea

I love solid image stamps for the watercolored look, and this hydrangea actually has very fine details thru-out even though it's mostly bold.


Card measures 4 1/2" x 5 3/4"

STAMPS: I Brake For Stamps - hydrangea is on the New Stamps page, crackle square is on the newest birds sheet, and the prayer is on the Inspirational Phrases #5 sheet

INKS: Staz-On Timber Brown, Tombow markers, Stampin' Up! Creamy Caramel

SUPPLIES: flower punch, brushed brass brads, striped ribbon, distressing tool, water spritzer, pop-dots, dry embossing tool, dense foam mat, piercing tool

TECHNIQUE: Technique Junkies Torn Frames

NOTES: I followed the link in the post below to give the punched flowers more definition, and after putting brads thru I used pop-dots to set them up ~ to get the watercolored feel I just colored the flower stamp with markers and spritzed it likely with water before stamping ~ I think the crackle stamp was second-generation Caramel ink

THANKS FOR STOPPING BY! OH!! AND DON'T MISS THE NEW ARTWORK OVER ON THE RARE IMAGE RUBBER STAMPS SITE!!

1 comment:

Manna said...

This is one GORGEOUS card! Love it!