More Foolin' Around
Post time: London UK Time
Back on April 2, I posted a card using this same Magenta stamp. I used it again with a Nuance watercolored background, embossing and my Glaze pens.
Nuance watercolor powders to make background on watercolor card stock. Once dry, covered entire piece with "my embossing buddy" powder. Stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed with gold embossing powder. Colored in the fish with Glaze pens.
From the same watercolored paper, die cut the word "thanks", as well as from black Fun Foam. Put the black die cut underneath the colored one to provide a raised shadow effect.
Dry embossed white card stock with an embossing folder. Trimmed the stamped image square by hand; adhered to the embossed panel with Fun Foam. Used blue ink to lightly color area of dry embossing and then adhered the die-cut with glue. With double-sided adhesive, adhered the embossed panel to the card base.
Magenta - Tile Decorated with Fishes and Swirls P.0433 & Nuance watercolor powders
Hero Arts - Thanks Stamp & Cut DC152 (die-cut sentiment)
Ranger Queen's Gold fine detail embossing powder
Sakura Glaze Pens
Embossing folder (source unknown)
IMAGINE Crafts' Memento dye ink in Bahama Blue (lightly applied with ink dauber) & VersaMark
140 lb. cold press watercolor card stock (stamped panel & sentiment die cut)
Neenah Classic Crest 80# card stock in Solar White
Hanko's Tsumugi Japanese linen card stock in Tsumugi Green (base A2 card)
Fun Foam in black (mounting foam for inked panel and die cut sentiment)
Tombow Mono Multi Adhesive (for word die-cuts)
On the Magenta blog, you'll want to see this particular card by Bianca van Noort. I love the brightly watercolored poppy flowers against the beautiful blue skies.
Click on this link to Bianca's posting on the Magenta blog for more information:
Elizabeth Craft Designs' has a new e-Book available with new card designs using the new Way With Words' dies by Suzanne Cannon of QuietFire Designs.
Click on this link to go to the eBook:
On the Hero Arts' blog, they're featuring a terrific "graduation" card, although it could be used for other celebratory occasions. I like how this particular die works and what May did to make it even more unique.
Click on this link to go to the Hero Arts' blog posting for the details, including a video "how-to" . . .
We're on Day #5 of our 10-day stay in London. To say we're having a fun-time with our 2 and 4 year-old granddaughters is quite an understatement. Today our 4 year-old granddaughter had school, an extra class and then ballet, followed by a play time along with her 2 year-old sister. We raced home and made cards for their daddy's birthday tomorrow; we had to finish and hide them before he came home from work. Thanks for understanding why the posts have been sparse lately.
Views of the River Thames from the Battersea Bridge:
Thanks for stopping in! Hope to see you again soon.