Thursday, October 29, 2015
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Hello and welcome today is the start of The Outlawz Twisted Thursday challenge and for this week the twist is ANYTHING GOES. One of my blogging friends Vicki Parson from Stamp Smiles made a video/tutorial on how to make a Multi-colored background. I always love going to her blog she always has something that surprises me and I love that. I want to share that with you. I love what Vicki did but I did not have a die cut to make the kind of shape she was using. I have all kinds of shapes that might work and are very flat so I choose this one it is a stencil ruler from Deja Views by C-thur PA-620A.
Sorry, I was trying to upload the video and I kept getting ERROR OCCURRED so here is the link to Stamp Smiles Vicki’s blog. If you can please leave Vicki some love.
Choose the distress inks mustard seed, fossilized amber, dried marigold, spiced marmalade, rusty hinge, aged mahogany and fired brick. Added glossy accents over the berry's and let it dry before I added the inks.
The stamp is from Penny Black called berry berry #40-412 slap/cling, I used Fun Stampers Journey true fusion black licorice ink to stamp the brush and sentiment. The sentiment is from Stampscapes plate 28B scenic sentiments sheet #2.
This is the inside. The sentiment is from Stampscapes plate 33B scenic sentiment sheet #7. Here is the close up. On the berry’s I did add some W1 and W3, just a little to give them highlights.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed my card.
Enter my card in Penny Black Challenge- Embossing, dry, heat, stencil or paste
Posted by Patricia St Martin at 8:52 AM