Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thinking of You

Here's another look at the scrunched plastic wrap technique I wrote about in a recent blog . . .

I used reinkers for this one and the dark colors came out a bit concentrated.  So I had some fun with some white and plum UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Powder) and scattered a goodly amount of both before heating from beneath. It muted the darker spots and added some sparkly glitz which the camera may not pick up.

The white frame started out as a square die cut:  I cut it into four pieces and used them as corners.  That's how you make a square into a rectangle!

Cardstock:   The Paper Cut watercolor paper  
Stamps:        Stamp Pad “Thinking of You”
Inks:               Ancient Page Plum Wine, Pine, Sandalwood, ColorBox
                           Frost White
Emb Powder:  Cloisonné Plum Sable, Stampendous Shabby White,
                              Judikins White Diamond  
Dies:              DieNamics Wonky Stitch Rectangle Stax, Spellbinders
                           Fleur de Lis Squares, Fancy Tags, Elizabeth Craft
                           Small Butterfly                 

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