Friday, February 1, 2019
Believe in Magic
Hello everyone! Jess here with you today, and I'd love to share with you my latest DT inspiration! I am inspired by magic. When I think of magic, I instantly envision shimmering fairies in flight. I hope you will join me today! Come along, put on your crafting wings!
CCB: Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: Golden Grape
Prima Marketing Color Bloom Spray LE: Golden Oregano
Ranger Archival Ink Pad: Black
Begin by laying down a nice coat of clear gesso. Then spray your card surface to create a gorgeous and shimmery background.
This makes those lovely stamps POP!
Such a beautiful stamp! Begin by randomly stamping your flower images all over your surface.
Using different kinds of flowers always makes any project more fun and interesting.
These stamps are so gorgeous and detailed I just had to show them off!
Just look at how intricate that stamp is! Isn't it lovely the way the ink shines along it's many deep beveled edges, cuts, and grooves?!
As you can see these come in various sizes with various prints. They are beautiful!
I was finally able to get my hands on some Seth Apter textured embossing powders, thanks to BPM! and look just how fantastic it looks on this card! So much depth and dimension.
Add some flair to your stamped images by distressing the edges with black ink and a blending tool, then curl the edges. This effect makes it appear as if the viewer is looking in on a different world.
Don't get me wrong, having foam dots are nice but, when your in a crunch and can't find any in your stash. Don't worry, place your images directly to your card surface using tacky glue and recycled cardboard.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I look forward to seeing you right here next time!
Here are some close-ups!
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