Archive for the ‘Seaside Stampin’ Ink’ Category
The images are from Our Daily Bread designs. On the large pink marble bg, I stamped a crochet bg image using Versamark ink. It’s very subtle and I don’t think it shows up in the picture at all. I also used it on the vellum dress overlay w/ Brilliance white ink, but again it shows up in real life…not so much in the picture. The matching crochet border was embossed on a strip of vellum w/ sparkly embossing powder and I added it to the bottom of the dress.
The quatrefoil design die was cut out of the center of the bg and the larger frame for the quatrefoil was die cut out of vellum and put underneath the centerpiece before putting them back in place on the bg. The bottom band on the card was embossed w/ a border folder that I smeared lt pink ink on before embossing. The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50.
|Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – To the Lovebirds, Crocheted Bg, Crocheted Border
|Paper: white, pink marble,vellum, sm. scrap of pink(for the dress tie)|
|Ink: Tsukineko versamark, Brilliance moonlight white & versafine onyx, Memento angel pink|
|Accessories: ODBD/Spellbinders Quatrefoil design die, stardust embossing powder, black gems, Cuttlebug embossing folder (Palm Leaves), black butterfly (Mike’s $ bin)|
Wonderful Limited Supply challengeÂ today at SCS! Only one sentiment stamp was allowed. Per the instructions, only the sentiment was stamped. I used a Nestie long rect. but resized it to be narrower than original. Here’s a tutorial w/ pics if you’re so inclined Resize Your Nesties Tutorial I used this again on a vanilla layer underneath the sentiment.
I used the big dot CB (not sure of the real name, but it’s the set that has the blank rectangle for a sentiment, where mine is.) on the white panel. It’s edged w/ a black marker then layered to the cream and finally the black.
The various flowers and leaves were punched out of white, vanilla, cream, mystery dp and black and layered in a hopefully pleasing manner. I used the CB corner die and cut them apart and used only the swirls. Stickles was added to the flowers and leaves. Two little pieces of folded ribbon were tucked under the sentiment panels.
Stamps: Seaside Stampin’ Ink
Paper: white, vanilla, =confetti cream (w/o the confetti), black, mystery dp
Ink: AP coal
Accessories: stickles, nestie long rect. set, cb big dots, black & lt sand markers, ribbon, foam tape, flower punches, MS branch punch, hole punch, CB corner die
This is for Saturday’s Inspiration challenge at SCS. I was inspired by the turquoise room and kept seeing it as a holiday card. I also drew inspiration from Mutnik’s really wonderful card from yesterday. I really wanted to use her frame idea.
For my frame, I stamped the tree (AI) w/ white and white embossed, then cut around the right side and inserted the large scallop rectangle nestie and cut out the opening. I used a torn piece of paper as a mask and used the white ink dtp and embossed w/ white. Then I used a splatter dot stamp (Inque) and embossed over the snow and tree using the stardust ep. I sponged on some of the colors from the kpad then wiped the ink off the embossed area. I drew the swirls around the edges w/ a white Prismacolor pencil. The greeting (HA) is white embossed in the lower right corner.
I stamped all the other trees/scenery using the kpad on a separate piece of white c/s. Filled in the snow areas w/ white ink and embossed. Then used the same dot stamp to add the stardust ep to resemble sparkling snow falling. I attached the frame w/ foam tape.
Lg. tree- Art Impressions
Other trees/scenery- PSX, Seaside Stampin’ Ink, Inkadinkado
Splatter Dot stamp- Anita’s (now Inque)
Greeting- Hero Arts
White and Stardust embossing powders
Colobox Frost White pigment ink
Tsukineko’s Caribbean Sea Kaleidacolor pad
Nestabilities Scallop Rectangle
White Prismacolor pencil