Friday, January 11, 2013
A Little Bit of Paris
TGIF! Did you all have a great week? This is my 2nd post for 7 Kids College Fund Store Blog. I am very excited to share a Distress Ink Technique with you today that I used to create my card.
Here is the technique I used to create my center image. Ink the paper with Distress Ink using an Ink Blending Tool. Dry with a heat tool. Stamp your image with Distress Ink. I used Papillon Stamper Anonymous from the Tim Holtz Collection. Dust with Perfect Pearls which sticks to the stamped image and gives the vintage, shimmery look. Set with water in Mister.
I used the supplies below which you can purchase at 7 Kids College Fund.
Papillon Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Collection
Aged Mahogany Distress Ink
Antique Linen Distress Ink
Frayed Burlap Distress Ink
Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink
Non-Stick Craft Sheet
Inkssentials Ink Blending Tool
Liquid Scrap Dots
Pink Advanced Tape Glider
If you have never tried liquid scrap dots I highly recommend them especially if you like to pop features on your card. I used it on my die cut butterfly which created dimension to the element. I hope I have inspired you today to try this technique. Have a wonderful weekend!
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Stamp and Create - Love
Card Makin' Mamas - Anything Goes
Stampin' for the Weekend - Anything Goes
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Wow again such elegance!!!!! Love the beautiful earth colors and the details!!!!! Smashing work again Karen!!!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is so gorgeous, great job.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty card I love the die cut butterfly xReplyDelete
Thanks for playing along with us at SFTW and good luck x
((hugs)) Suzie xoxo
What a beautifully delicate card. Thank you for sharing at Card Makin Mamas..ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! Thank you for joining us this month at Stamp and Create Challenge!ReplyDelete