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Friday, December 15, 2017

Color Me Happy

Here are some cards from my Color Me Happy Workshop

This workshop was set up so that everyone could play with all of the new beautiful Stampin' Blends alcohol markers by Stampin' Up.  The Color Me Happy stamp set and a few items and elements from the Color Me Happy Project Kit were used here.

This little 2 1/2" x 3" box was inspired by Artisan Design Team Member Paula Dobson.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Thankful - Layering Leaves

This is for the SplitCoastStampers Clean and Simple CAS456 Challenge 456


110# White Card Stock base, top fold
Gold Foil Washi Tape, Versamark, gold embossing powder, gold/white twine
Items from September 2017 Paper Pumpkin Kit; yellow and Soft Suede leaves, gold foil leaf outline, leaf stamps, thankful stamp, Soft Suede embossed card (cut for background and to make tag.
Die cut leaves from Leaflets and Seasonal Layers dies in Cajun Craze and Whisper White, gold sequins, inks in Early Expresso, Cajun Craze, Old Olive Crumb Cake and Crushed Curry (to ink leaves)

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Christmas Tree

My first card today is for the SCS TLC662 Splash Watercolor Technique Challenge:

Very Vanilla card base with Real Red and Old Olive background for "Splash Watercolor" technique Christmas Tree.

Second card is for the SCS CAS453 O Christmas Tree Challenge:

Very Vanilla card base with Crumb Cake on Holly embossing folder.  Tiny Star Embossed gold foil background with white Christmas Tree and moon, gold star sequins.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Paper Pumpkin Pining For Plaid Alternatives

Additions, Clockwise:

First card:  Hearts Come Home Santa with sleigh and reindeer
Carols of Christmas Bundle for deer and tree
Basic Black and Old Olive card stock
Background inks are Distress Oxide Broken China and Faded Jeans

Second Card:  Nature Sings and Perfect Pines Acorn die

Third Card:  Jar of Cheer for Candle, Mistletoe & Holly for Holly and Sentiment, SU Blends, White Gel Pen, Nuvo Crystal Drops-Autumn Red

Fourth Card:  Four Seasons, and Simply Snowflake for Sentiment

Various beads and sequins.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Painted Harvest Birthday

I love the month of September, the hot days and warm nights, back to school, and the slight anticipation of fall just around the corner.

I also love the SU Painted Harvest stamp set too, so I decided to make myself, and a few other friends and family birthday cards featuring this lovely set.

Stamps:  Painted Harvest, Well Scripted (Retired)
Inks:       Night of Navy, Mossy Meadow, Hello Honey
Card Stock:  Night of Navy, Hello Honey, Whisper White,
Paper:     Floral Boutique dsp (Retired)
Ribbon:  Hello Honey

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Card Box with Acetate Lid

Card Box with Acetate Lid
by Betty J. Guthrie for 
Images © Stampin’ Up

Inspired by Stampin’ Up Paper Pumpkin Kit for August 2017 “Giftable Greetings”

Box Base 9 1/2” x 10 7/8” 
Acetate Lid 6 9/16” x 8”
Score box on 9 1/2” side at 1/2”, 1 1/2”, 2 1/2”, 7”, 8” and 9” 
Score box on 10 7/8” side at 1 1/2”, 2 1/2”, 8 1/4”, 9 1/4”, 10 1/4”
Score Acetate Lid at 1” on all four sides 

 Tips for Box:

When cutting all four long tabs (see blue arrows in photos) cut on the score line then cut another 1/8”  and remove.  These tabs fold to the long sides to hold the box edges closed.

1/2” edge folds fold to toward outside of the box (black arrows), all other folds go inward 

Fold short sides in first leaving the long tabs to fold into the long sides of the box (blue arrows)

Tips for Acetate Lid:

Fold and burnish from center of fold out to each edge then snip up to the fold on the short side to form tab.  Cut tabs to 1/2” and secure with Tombow Mono Vellum Adhesive.  See Note.

Fold lid over the box to secure the acetate tabs to the OUTSIDE of the short sides of the lid, this keeps the tabs from catching on the box when you put the lid on.

NOTE:  I tried Fine Tip Glue Pen, Glossy Accents, and Diamond Glaze and none of them held and all made a mess of the acetate.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

You Are Amazing

This is for "Technique Lover's Challenge 654 Everything Old Is New Again: Speedy Cards For Good Causes". For a family member who was evacuated from their home in Montana due to fires. They don't know if they still have a home to go back to. Pray for everyone caught up an all of the national disasters happening right now.

Keywords: TLC654 Speedy Cards
Stamps: SU Feathery Friends
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Versamark
Accessories: White embossing powder, score board

Techniques: Colored Pencil Shading

Hello Friend

Thought that this old retired SU flamingo paper from Birds of a Feather would be a great background for a flamingo card. Die cut the dsp with a stitched edge die and offset it on the white base, trimming off the edge. Layered my elements and added a few silver sequins.

Keywords: Flamingo
Stamps: Pop of Paradise
Paper: SU Thick White, Birds of A Feather, retired, Basic Gray
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Primrose Petals, Old Olive, Versamark
Accessories: Silver Sequins

Technique: Layering

Missing You

Eclectic mixed design. Small Lemon Lime Twist leaves are from Lovely Laurel dies. Stamped the flowers and flower centers from Oh So Eclectic, and die cut, popped the centers up on tiny dimensionals.

Stamps: Oh So Eclectic
Paper: Thick white, Rich Razzleberry
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Lemon Lime Twist

Accessories: Eclectic Layers and Lovely Laurel Dies

You're in my Thoughts and Prayers

This is for everyone caught in the many national disasters happening right now.  From the horrible fires burning through the entire State of Montana, and fires in Oregon and California, the Texas hurricane victims, and anyone effected by the storm brewing on the East Coast, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.  

Stamps: Field Flowers,
Paper: Thick White, Early Expresso stripes
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Crushed Curry, Early Expresso, Mossy Meadow

Accessories: Fussy Cutting

Feeling Blue - Smile

This is for Jeannie's Challenge No. 100 True Blue, over at her blog:

My card base is heavy weight white A2 scored at 5 1/2"

Heat set using Versamark and white embossing powder, randomly placed vine flower stamp from Stampin' Up stamp set Thoughts & Prayers, small flowers from Bloomin' Love,  and two flowers from Secret Garden.  Fussy cut the flowers.  I used Faber-Castell Polychromo colored pencils to shade the flowers.  Sentiment is from Love & Affection.

Thanks for looking, now go check out all the other lovely entries.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Sweet Baby Elephant Birthday

This is for Splitcoaststampers Clean and Simple challenge 443 (CAS443) Sweet Birthday Wishes

Stamped and then masked the little elephant from Inkadinkado Welcome Baby set, then stamped the balloon from Stampin' Up Honecomb Happiness and the little cake from Janie's Girls Frames. The sentiment is from Stampin' Up Party Pants.

Painted with a watercolor brush and SU ink pads in Powder Pink, So Saffron, Real Red and Chocolate Chip. Made the plaid design on the patches of the elephant and lined with a gold pen. I used a silver pen for the elephant's tag.

Thanks for sorry about shaky watercolor look as I'm having serious eye problems right now, but glad I joined in today to make this cute, sweet little card.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Amazing You Fuchsia

We have the most beautiful fuchsia in our garden, just off the patio of our bedroom. My dh has built a trellis out big round bamboo to hold it up over the years, and it has grown into a lovely tree. It's blooms are gorgeous and the hummingbirds are in heaven. 

For this very simple card, I stamped the Magenta fuchsia onto watercolor paper and painted it with a watercolor brush and ink from Fresh Fig and Wild Wasabi with a touch of Flirty Flamingo. Added yellow sequins.

Stamps: Magenta, SU Express Yourself
Paper: Watercolor, Very Vanilla, Wild Wasabi, Fresh Fig
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Vanilla, Fresh Fig, Wild Wasabi

Accessories: Yellow Sequins, Framing Dies


Stamps: Spring Song
Paper: Canson Watercolor, Flirty Flamingo, Garden Green, Powder Pink, Tempting Turquoise
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Flirty Flamingo, Melon Mambo, More Mustard, Garden Green
Accessories: Watercolor pencils, Stickles Starburst EF, green gems, Edge punch

Techniques: Watercolor

Home For Christmas

I watercolored and fussy cut the house, tree and snowman and glued them down to a circle cut from the same background dsp. Made the shaker elements and attached them over the scene, added glitter and sequins and sealed it with acetate and a die cut out frame. 

Added the strip of dsp and lace then the shaker element which sits on top of the DSP.

Die cut snowflakes from SU Colorful Seasons, holly leaves and sprigs from Tim Holtz dies, added some bells, ribbon, floral stamens, and pearls.

This is really pretty when you shake it up and watch the snow fall.

Stamps: CTMH Christmas Village
Paper: Thick Cream, CTMH Frosted DSP
Paper Size: 5" Square
Ink: Watercolor Pencils
Accessories: Die cuts, sequins, glitter, pearls, bells, ribbon, floral stamens, lace

Techniques: Shaker, Layering

Fluttering Butterflies

Stamped the sentiment at the bottom of the card in VersaFine black ink.

Stamped the butterflies in greens, added black bodies, and fussy cut. Made the shaker elements, and filled with a flower leftover from a recent SU Paper Pumpkin kit and some sequins. Die cut a frame for the shaker.

Stamps: CTMH Your Own Kind of Wonderful
Paper: Thick white, Acetate
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Certainly Celery, Lemon Lime Twist, VersaFine Black
Accessories: Sequins, Darice Foamies, dies

Techniques: Shaker

Friendly Fan

Colored a piece of thick vellum with real red re-inker and a sponge, set aside to dry. When dry stamped the little flowers from Colorful Seasons onto the vellum in Fresh Fig and Crushed Curry, scored the vellum and created the fan fold. Pierced the base of the fan with a large upholstery needle and threaded the gold thread with a dental flosser, folded a gold jewel element over the base of the fan and tied the string to hold it in place. Added another gold element and used gold crimps to keep everything on the string.

Stamped the bamboo onto watercolor paper after stamping off twice to give it a lighter watercolor look. 

Punched out a ticket shape from the SU ticket punch and hand printed the characters for "Friend", backed with gold foil. Added a strip of gold foil to the back of a piece of the Fresh Fig card stock between the card stock and watercolor paper.

Stamps: SU Colorful Seasons, Unknown Bamboo
Paper: Fresh Fig base, Watercolor, Vellum, Gold Foil
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Real Red, Fresh Fig, Crushed Curry
Accessories: Ticket punch, black Copic marker, jewelry elements, gold thread

Techniques: Fan Fold

Finger Painted Art

Spread some satin acrylic paints onto my pallet and swiped them each across my watercolor paper, added black dots for interest. 

Stamped and die cut the sentiment, added two jewels colored black with a Sharpie. A strip of Washi tape and done. Quick easy, and so much fun.

Stamps: CTMH Your Own Kind of Wonderful
Paper: Watercolor, Thick White
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Acrylic Paints, VersaFine

Accessories: Tag die, jewels, Washi Tape

Ice Cream, Yum!

I used the "Swipe Your Credit Card" technique to apply White, Brown, and Pink to thick card stock, dried it with my heat tool and cute it out with a dotted edge die. To decorate the card I die cut the ice cream, the word yum and the ovals to frame the ice cream. Looks yummy!

Stamps: SU Cool Treats
Paper: Thick Cream, Brown, Pink
Paper Size: A2
Accessories: Stiff Card, Frozen Treats Dies, Ribbon

Techniques: Acrylic Painting

The Mountain's Are Calling

I cased this card design from the Stampin' Up July 2017 Paper Pumpkin kit. I cut out thick card stock hills and mountains, using the pieces from the kit as a guide. Then covered the pieces with Washi tape. The stars were stamped with SU Carols of Christmas.

Stamps: CTMH Do Your Best
Paper: Mossy Meadow base, Whisper White
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Mossy Meadow

Accessories: Washi Tape x 3, silver embossing powder

Loving Heart Shaker Card

I have been saving this piece of Stampin' Up DSP for a few years, I love the quote "A loving heart is the truest wisdom" by Charles Dickens. Don't you think that is is true?

I die cut two nesting hearts to make my shaker frame, and another piece of the dsp with the word love all over it, a piece of acetate, and a piece of Darice Foamies peel and stick foam and added some Sprinkles embellishments.

I hope you like it.

Charles Dickens Quote is imprinted on the DSP
Paper: SU More Amore dsp, Primrose Petals
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Primrose Petals
Accessories: Heart dies, Foamies, Sequins

Techniques: Shaker Card

Shaving Cream Technique for August Cards

August means a birthday celebration at my family, the background for the mighty lion 
simulates fire the element for Leo.

Stamps: SU Zoo Review, Thoughtful Banners
Paper: Glossy, Thick Cream, Chocolate Chip
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry, Real Red, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Dies, Burlap Ribbon
Techniques: Shaving Cream

This was my second pass through the shaving cream.. I love this fun technique and don't play with it often enough.

Stamps: SU Elements of Style, Thoughtful Banners
Paper: Thick Cream, Chocolate Chip, Flirty Flamingo
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry, Real Red
Accessories: Calypso Coral Ribbon, Dies, Layered Leaves Embossing Folder
Techniques: Shaving Cream

When I'm 64

Who doesn't like the Beatles....I always liked the upbeat melody to "When I'm 64" from the St. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album so I decided to make a card with the number 64.

Paper: Basic Black, Crushed Curry, Tempting Turquoise, Real Red
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Vintage Photo Distress

Accessories: Number Die Cuts, Music Embossing Folder

Sea My Horse

One of my favorite watercolor techniques is to wet the paper add lots of color then sprinkle it with course salt, I love the effect that it creates making a perfect background for this little hippocampus.

I cut out a stencil on the Cricut for the seahorse and used three Tim Holtz stencils for the other textured elements. 

Sorry about my photography, I hope you can see the teeny tiny diamonds and pearls that give this image a lovely sparkle. I should have taken the photo before I put it in the frame. I don't think that this will hang around long once my granddaughter sees it.

Paper: Watercolor
Paper Size: A7
Accessories: Texture Paste, Stencils, Tiny Pearls & Diamonds, Glitter Enamel Dot, Course Salt

Techniques: Watercolor Background

Wedding Box and Card

I designed a wedding card to go with a gift box that I also made with the same design and papers.

To make the background design, stamp a flourish stamp all over the card stock in VersaMark and heat set in gold embossing powder. Then add you embellishments.

For this card I applied ModPodge to piece of bleached burlap and let it dry and stiffen, then I die cut the flowers and leaves which were also cut from parchment paper. Added a button with gold thread and some flower stamens.

Stamps: Flourish (unknown)
Paper: Thick Cream, Pink Pirouette
Paper Size: A2
Ink: VersaMark
Accessories: Gold embossing powder, floral stamens, dies, burlap and parchment paper.

Made the base and lid out of kraft paper. Used pink pirouette card stock and stamped with a flourish design in VersaMark and heat set gold embossing powder.

Embellished the box with toile, burlap and parchment paper flowers and leaves, pearls, sequins, pre-made flowers, oh and lots and lots of hot glue strings, lol.

I also made a matching card for this gift box.

Stamps: Flourish (unknown)
Paper: Kraft, Pink Pirouette
Paper Size: 4" square box
Ink: VersaMark
Accessories: Pearls, flowers, button, gold thread, Sequins, die cuts, toile, burlap

Colorful Hugs

Kicked it up a notch and made this bold background. I did several of these watercolor background pieces in different colors.  I decided that this one deserved to be the showcase that it is and off set the framing with Elegant Eggplant and Gold Foil, some gold twine and the word hugs. 

Stamps: Snuggles & Smooches, Perpetual Birthday Calendar, Circle
Paper: Watercolor, Rose Red, Elegant Eggplant, Gold Foil
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Ken Oliver's Color Bursts
Accessories: Lovely Words Die, Frame die, gold embossing powder

Techniques: Color Burst Watercolor

Bouncy Baby Card

The cute little elephant bounces, or wobbles, when you shake the card, or tap it with your finger. Cute card for a First Birthday.

Stamps: CTMH Baby Cakes, SU Little Cuties
Paper: CTMH Baby Cakes, Thick Cream
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Momento Black
Accessories: Action Wobbler, Sequins, Ribbon
Techniques: Interactive Card


I followed a Debby Hughes video tutorial on how to watercolor plaid.  I instantly feel in love with her watercoloring plaid technique. She made it look so easy and it is. Not perfect for sure but I love it. Anyway, this is for my dear friend who is in the middle of Chemotherapy treatment, and I am wishing her success in her treatment.

Stamps: Tranquil Tulips
Paper: Watercolor, Thick White, Gold Foil, So Saffron, Pistachio Pudding
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors, Flirty Flamingo, Pistachio Pudding
Accessories: Sunshine Wishes Die

Techniques: Watercolor Plaid

Gentle Thoughts

This Stampin' Up Garden Collage stamp set is one of the first "used" stamp sets that I purchased from my wonderful  friend, Les.  Les made the most beautiful cards, and the smallest little lapel pens made of leather, she made one for me depicting my little dachshund and I proudly wear it on my crafting apron. Les is gone now, but I think of her everyday that I am crafting, and am so thankful that we met. She sparked the joy of stamping in everyone and this card is made in her memory.

Stamps: SU Garden Collage
Paper: Watercolor, Crushed Curry, Baja Breeze, Thick Cream
Paper Size: A2
Ink: StazOn Black, Watercolors
Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder, Ribbon, Dies

Techniques: Watercolor

Home For Christmas

Inky fingers here, somehow I made a big mess while playing with this technique, but I love all the results and beautiful colors added to my stash of background pieces.

I cut the background piece to form an opening for my sentiment.

Stamps: Jingle All the Way
Paper: Watercolor, Thick White, Silver Foil
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Pool Party, Lost Lagoon, Bermuda Bay
Accessories: Colorful Seasons and Sleigh Ride, Edge dies, VersaMark, Silver embossing powder

Techniques: Cling Wrap Background


I have had this digital image in my file for a long time, and decided she needed to be inked up. She looks wild and crazy sick, poor thing. I hope she feels better soon.

Stamps: Mo Manning Digital - Sick
Paper: Neenah Solar White Smooth, Mossy Meadow, Pistachio Pudding
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Copics
Accessories: Glitter Enamel Dots, Dies

Techniques: Digital Stamp Printing and Coloring

If I Could Put Time In A Bottle

Ok, maybe not, unless this squiggly fellow is named Time. The background for the tag and octopus was a scrap from another project where I used the scrunched cling wrap watercolor technique. Not wanting to be wasteful, I stamped the bottle in VersaMark and Tranquil Tide ink and heat set in clear embossing powder. With the bit of leftover, I made a tag background.

Stamps: SU Message in a Bottle
Paper: Lemon Lime Twist, Blackberry Bliss, Tranquil Tide, Watercolor
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Blackberry Bliss, Tranquil Tide, Lemon Lime Twist, Wild Wasabi, VersaMark
Accessories: Copper Trim, Scalloped edge die

Techniques: Cling Wrap Watercolor

Hut, Hut, Hut Beach Huts

I can truly say, "I Love The Beach" I have lived near the Pacific Ocean all my life, and that's a long time, lol. I'm near enough to put my pretty little pedicured toes in the water every day.   I'd love to have one of these cute little beach huts, so I could dash out, stick my toes in the water and dash back, better yet, I'll just continue with my early morning or sundowner walks along the beach.

Stamps: Spyder's Stamps Digital Three Beach Huts, SU Sea Street
Paper: Watercolor, Thick White, Neenah Solar White Smooth
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Watercolors, Copics, Pumpkin Pie, More Mustard, Basic Gray
Accessories: DecoArt Sandstone Texture

Techniques: Fussy Cutting

Meddling In Metal Work

I am no where near a steampunk enthusiast, but loved making this faux metal work with aluminum foil. I picked up the owl stamp at a garage sale a few years back, never thought I'd use it. I applied several colors of acrylic paints along with Iced Spruce Distress Oxide and metallic copper rub.

Stamps: Stampendous Steampunk Owl
Paper: Watercolor, Thick Black, Corrugated
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Distress, Distress Oxide, Watercolor, Acrylics
Accessories: Compass Embossing Folder, Copper Trim

Techniques: Faux Metal Work

Sweet Honey

Stamped the honey pot in VersaMark and black ink and heat set in clear, watercolored and when dry added the Lacquer to the pot and Shimmer Paste to the honey.
Stamped the bees in Staz-On black, colored with watercolor pencils added Nuvo Glitter Clear Glitter Drops to the bee wings and little dash marks for their air trail. Cut out image with stitched dies mounted on a piece of Lost Lagoon card stock.

Stamps: SU Bear Hugs and unknown bee
Paper: Basic Grey Urban Prairie, SU Basic Black, Lost Lagoon, Watercolor
Paper Size: A2
Ink: VersaMark

Accessories: Dimensionals, Krystal Klear Lacquer, Nuvo Shimmer Paste

Thoughts of You

Stamped bird and branch in Momento Ink onto a peice of cardboard egg carton and die cut out with dies. Colored the bird and branch with Copics. Stamped the flowers and sentiment onto Very Vanilla and also cut out with dies.

Stamps: SU Best Birds
Paper: Thick Cream, SU Flirty Flamingo, Kraft Corrugated, Cardboard Egg Carton
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Momento, Copic Markers, SU Flirty Flamingo, Early Expresso

Accessories: Nuvo Glitter Drops, Doily, Dies

Thank You

Paper Piecing in strips is not something I would normally do, but I gave it a try. Still not perfect but I like the elegant looking results using the gold accents to bring out the gold in the dsp.

Stamps: SU Eastern Palace
Paper: Thick Cream, Eastern Palace dsp strips, Gold
Paper Size: A2
Ink: VersaMark
Accessories: Gold Embossing Powder, Eastern Palace Medallion Dies

Techniques: Paper Piecing

It's A Good Day For A Picnic

Printed the digital image onto watercolor paper and colored with watercolor pencils and a blender pen, added the picnic ants. Stamped the sentiment and used the tiny banner punch for the ends.

Stamps: SU Beetles & Bugs, Digital, CTMH Catch You Later
Paper: Thick White, SU Pacific Point, MFT Gigham, Watercolor
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Basic Black, Pacific Point, Watercolor Pencils
Accessories: Blender Pen, Dimensionals

Techniques: Watercolor

Rainy Days and Mondays

It took me several tries of letting various re-inker colors run down the watercolor paper before I had one that I liked. I went with a simple light two tone that reminded me of drizzly rain on a window pane, thus the window card was born.

I added raindrops and the tiny little flowers to the watercolor piece and framed it with the window die and added a piece of clear acetate. A little crushed curry bow added a little color to match the flowers.

Stamps: SU Weather Together, Beautiful Bouquet
Paper: Thick White, This and That Epic Day dsp,
Paper Size: A2
Ink: SU Smoky Slate, Wisteria Wonder, Early Expresso
Accessories: SU Hearth & Home Die, Clear Acetate

Techniques: Ink Dripping/Running

You Octopi My Thoughts

After watching a Loll Thompson video, I made about a dozen or so ink died tissue paper pieces. I liked this one witht he glitter dots in the paper as it reminded me of an underwater scene.
Mounted the dried tissue paper onto a piece of thick white card stock then stamped with the images. 
I die cut a rectangle from the front of the Pacific Point card stock base and added a clear acetate window sheet , with glue dots I added the aquarium scene and covered the back with another piece of Pacific Point card stock. Stamped, colored and die cut the sentiment and used glue dots to mount it to the front of the aquarium "glass" and card base.

Stamps: SU Message In a Bottle, Magical Mermaid, Sea Street
Paper: Glitter Tissue Paper, SU Pacific Point, Thick White
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Distress Broken China, Peeled Paint, SU Pacific Point, Mossy Meadow, Tangerine Tango
Accessories: Glue Stick, Dies

Techniques: Tissue Paper


Stamped the city scene across the bottom of the watercolor paper in VersaMark and heat set in Smoky Slate Embossing powder and colored with watercolors.
Fussy cut a mask from Post It note paper and masked the skyline, stamped the stars in VersaMark and heat set in Clear embossing powder.
Stamped the pig and sentiment in VersaMark onto watercolor paper and heat set in Blushing Bride embossing powder, colored pig with Powder Pink and fussy cut.
Punched out a 1" circle in watercolor paper, and used Smoky Slate to make a moon.
Mounted on Midnight Muse card stock and a Thick Cream base.

Stamps: SU This Little Piggy, Everyday Hero, Hero Arts Tiny Stars
Paper: Thick Cream, Midnight Muse, Canson Watercolor
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Versamark, Midnight Muse, Powder Pink, Smoky Slate
Accessories: Embossing powders, dimentionsals

Techniques: Masking, Embossing, Fussy Cutting