Thursday, February 9, 2017

Happy Birthday

Dried die ink powders always beckon to me due to their ease of use, their vibrant colors, and the excitement of never knowing exactly what you're going 
to get . . .

Am also very happy with the chicken wire background:  the minimal amount of embossing paste used meant that it dried very quickly which suits my impatient nature just fine.  The wiry pattern gives a delicate, airy look to the rather emphatic background and overall, I am pleased with the results . . .

Cardstock:   Bazzill Kachina, Tim Holtz Watercolor paper, Generic
                           Textured White
Stamps:        Flower sprig from Hero Frames with Sprigs,  Stampendous
                           “Happy Birthday”, B&J’s Art Stamps Dot Texture Medium
Inks:               Distress Peacock Feathers, ColorBox Frost White
Colorants:    Lindy’s Stamp Gang Magical Luscious Lime, Urban Amethyst,
                           Tibetan Poppy Teal, Bachelor Button Blue
Emb Powder:   Vippies Transcendence, Sweet Stamps Fine Detail White
Dies:              Impression Obsession All-In-One Frames Rectangles Two,
                           Mama Elephant Peek A Frame, Hero Frames with Sprigs,
                           Memory Box butterflies Pippi, Isabella, Grove Tree
Stencil:          The Crafters Workshop Mini Chicken Wire Reversed
Doo Dads:    Suze Weinberg Embossing Paste Whipped Paper

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