Thursday, May 22, 2014


Lately, my passion for color sprays, stencils, and embossing paste has eclipsed almost every other technique out there.   Here’s a card that uses all three . . .

The translucent embossing paste at the top of the card front barely shows in the picture, but it adds a wonderful texture and gleam in real life.  This is a birthday card for my youngest brother, whose delightful daughter – my niece – gifted me with this birthday cake stamp a few years ago.  So you see, all good things stay connected . . .

Cardstock:              Bazzill Kachina, Marcos Antique Linen White,
                                     watercolor paper
Stamps:                   Impress Cake w/Candle, MJ Barber Asian
                                      Patchwork Background, Prima Stitching Line
Inks:                         Zia’s Color Wash Topaz, Malachite, Moss, Distress
                                      Forest Moss, Pine Needles, ColorBox Frost White
Emb Powder:          Judikins Opaque White, VIP Transcendence
Stencil:                     The Crafter’s Workshop Mini Art Is . . .
Stencil Paste:          Dreamweaver Translucent
Punch:                      Marvy 1½“ Scalloped Square


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