Anyone out there remember (or still own) the original Sizzix press-style die cutting machine? It’s so easy to use – no complicated sandwiches, and their dies cut beautifully every time. I have quite a collection of them and am really happy to give them a good workout . . . this one is the Jelly Frame . . .
As this card was for the July birthday of our grandaughter, I went to town with summery Distress colors. These were smooshed on an acrylic block, spritzed twice with water, and stamped. For extra texture looks, heat dry and then stamp again with what’s left on the block. You’ll get instant splots and dots of interesting color variations. Easy peasy!
Cardstock: Papers by Catherine White, Generic White, watercolor
Stamps: Stampin’ Up Happy Birthday
Inks: Distress Dusty Concord, Mowed Lawn, Mustard
Seed, Salty Ocean, Wild Honey
Emb Powder: Stampendous Shabby White, Stamp A Mania
Dies: Sizzix Jelly Frame, Die-Namics Layered Leaves,
Prima Donna Petals, Tim Holtz Tattered Banners
Doo Dads: Inkssentials Enamel Accents White