Tuesday, September 27, 2016
A Happy Birthday Rose
Yippee!!! This is my fifth post for September.
I have had this one completed for a while now, so it was high time that I posted. This project was the first time I watercolored with Distress Inks. I am now in love with the medium!
On to my birthday card…I first stamped on watercolor paper with Versa Mark and embossed in white. After that cooled, I completed the watercoloring with Distress Inks. I used the mini Distress Inks, which are the perfect size. After the drying I stamped the greeting with Archival ink and trimmed the main panel. I sponged ink around the edges for a finished look, added blue cardstock to the front of the card, glued the main panel with fun foam for dimension, attached that to the front of the card, and added sequins and Wink of Stella for the finished touches.
The list of supplies with links are:
Stamps: SU Rose Wonder
Watercolor stock: Ranger
Distress inks: Rose: Spun Sugar, Bard Door, Aged Mahogany,
Dusty Concord; Leaves: Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint,
Forest Moss; Background: Stormy Sky, Chipped Sapphire
Cardstock: Fun Stampers Journey Huckleberry Fusion
Card Base: Gina K Designs White Base Weight
Glitter marker: Wink of Stella Brush Marker Clear
White Fun Foam for dimension
(This also helps keep the card safe during shipping.)
A Happy Birthday Rose will be entered in:
Sunny Things Crafting – Anything Goes
Craft Your Passion – Anything Goes
Get Creative Challenges – Embossing
So glad you all dropped by! If you have any questions, please contact me.
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