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Julie Warner - justwritedesigns -

I made this card for today’s Ways to Use It challenge at Splitcoast (WT294) – frames. This is pretty quick and easy one. All images are DRS Designs. I stamped and embossed all the images. The witch was cut out using the out of the box Nestie technique. I made a frame for the witch out of white c/s by punching all four sides w/ the fence punch.

After attaching the layers to a white, 5.5 x 4.25 card, I attached the sentiment on the diagonal and buckled it slightly.

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stamps: DRS Designs
paper: white, black
ink: Encore UM silver pigment
accessories: Judikin’s Aegean silver embossing powder, Krylon silver leafing pen, Martha Stewart fence punch

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns -

Fun sketch at Splitcoast (SC304). I tweaked mine a bit by making my center panel square instead of oval and I also divided my background into 3 panels.

All images are Our Daily Bread designs. For the center leaf, I inked the image with a combination of the dk brown, burnt sienna and wild honey inks. It’s cut out w/ the deckle scissors and attached to a dk brown layer. The panel behind it has the leaf stamped twice; once in the burnt sienna and once in wild honey.

On the 3 bg panels, I stamped the small script w/ alabaster onto the choc c/s, the verse onto rust (w/ the same ink) and on the mustard, I stamped the shadow leaf w/ the wild honey and the leaf vein w/ the burnt sienna. They’re all edged w/ the redwood marker. I used the leaf vein again on the torn vellum piece w/ the alabaster ink. Everything’s attached to a 5.5 x 4.25 ivory card.

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stamps: ODBD – Randi’s Song
paper: ivory, rust, mustard, chocolate, vellum
ink: fluid chalk in alabaster, dk brown & burnt sienna, Distress Ink wild honey
accessories: Tombow marker in redwood, deckle scissors

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns

I made this for today’s Color Challenge (CC294) at Splitcoast. For me, this is a real challenge. I usually stay far away from pastel colors. Neutrals are fine, but pastels are a horse of a different color.

All images are Our Daily Bread designs. With the dk brown chalk ink, I stamped the image onto kraft/crumb cake…well, you know. I used bleach and a tiny acrylic paintbrush to bleach out the fence pickets and I used markers to add the pink and blue to the flowers and plants. I used the out of the box Nestie technique to cut it out and I went around the embossed ridge w/ a white chalk marker.

The dp bg was split into 4 pcs and attached to a larger piece of kraft, then to a 5.5 4.25 ivory card. The sentiment was stamped and I used a pink marker and a white gel pen to highlight it.

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stamps: ODBD – Missing You
paper: ivory, kraft/crumb cake clone, pink marble, dp (Foofala)
ink: Colorbox fluid chalk dk brown
accessories: bleach, Tombow markers, Spellbinders rectangles, white gel pen, white chalk marker

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