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I did another one! This is my 2nd caught in crystal for the challenge. I originally stamped several images on the acetate, then did one, but decided I liked it, so I did a second one. Here's my crystal leaves.
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My GOD can do amazing things. Ephesians 3:20
Here's mine. I combined it with the sketch and color combo challenges. I've never painted with my re-inkers before. This was fun and I love the brightness of the colors on glossy. Pending as of 2:40 PST
Whew, it was a busy day with phone calls, going for a walk with DH, dinner guests and now I'm tired. But between it all I got a card done using re inkers and sponge to form the plaid. It's Happy Easter a little early!
I had to babysit the grandsons today so I got to this kind of late. I really, really like how this one came out. I also learned that it only takes a tiny, tiny, bit of a drop to paint a flower....a micro drop goes a very long way when using it with a blender pen to paint flowers! LOL, I'm learning more and more every day about this craft. Anyway, the image is pending as of 8 pm eastern time. TFL
With so many interruptions, it took me most of the day to get this finished. Wow, this was so much fun! I'm hooked on the diaper wipes technique. It was so easy, and fun to make my very own background paper.
Not sure that this is quite how this technique was supposed to turn out, but I am still really pleased with the end result. As always, you don't quite get the complete effect of the card from the scan. If I must say so myself, it sure looks awfully fine in real life!!!
I hope this works.........I'm adding another card that I did. It seems a little blotchy and of course the scanner makes it look even worse. Please, please, please......if you can think of another colour of background for this card, let me know.
YeeHaw!! Two challenges this week. Of course I started this one over the three day weekend and just had to finish up. ESP made me pull out the reinkers Saturday. (That's Exceptional Stamping Personality you realize). This technique was new for me and I have to say one of the harder ones to do. Doubt that I use it very often. Deb
OMG!!! I just tried the shaving cream technique!!! I have had my "one" reinker for over a year and have done nothing with it and now I'm afraid I might use it all up!!! of course I just placed an order...with NO reinkers...had I waited just one day!!!! I cant wait until tomorrow when I can actually make a card, or two or three with my "new" paper!!!! Thank you Julia for the instructions!! Can you tell I'm excited?? I'm such a dork!!! , but I love this place!!!!
I have had a can of cheapo shaving cream sitting around forever, and this challenge made me get off my butt and try the shaving cream technique. I'm sorry I waited so long...it's fun!! Here's my card...
I just thought that I would show y'all what we made at my stamp club meeting last week. They are magnetic bookmarks that are made using the tag punch. To color the images we used the baby wipe technique and just drew a huge * with the re-inkers to give it that tied dyed effect. Just thought they turned out cute.
Location: East Bethel, MN-north of the Twin Cities
I'm running a little late with mine and the only reinkers I have are Chocolate Chip and VersaMark. So I didn't get as creative as the rest of you. Also I forgot to give credit to Jus Colorado with her coffee card and using the word "bliss". Coffee is bliss to me!
I managed three challenges from this one card and didn't even realize it until I was done. I used re inkers for the flowers on this one. I needed them bright and the bottle ink seems to do a better job quicker than the pads do.
I gave this one a try - and discovered that emboss resist works well with the baby wipe technique! Now that I know it works, I'm going to try it again and be a little more careful creating the background.... thanks for the challenge, Julia!