I stamped the image of the African American dancer from Rubbernecker called "Demetri" with Versamark and Marvy black dye ink onto X-Press It cardstock. I heat embossed the image with Judikins clear embossing powder. I then colored Demetri with Copic markers. After I completed that, I covered the image with Versamark ink, using a Versamarker, and applied and heated clear embossing powder again to create a mask for sponging.
I sponged the following dye inks onto the cardstock to create background: SeaShells Conch Shell, Adirondack Lemondade, Adirondack Sunshine Yellow, Distress Ink Wild Honey, Adirondack Butterscotch, and Adirondack Rust. I then used a reverse mask of a circle, to create further definition for the sun.
The sentiment is also from Rubbernecker Stamps. An orange rhinestone was also adhered to the card, and then the card was mounted to a black cardstock frame.
This card was inspired by the current sketch challenge, #338. Thanks for a great challenge!
Registered: April 25, 2006 Location: Toronto, Ontario Posts: 4948
Tue, Mar 06, 2012 @ 6:10 AM
I can see from your gallery that it's time for me to peruse the Rubbernecker stamp collection again - you have amazing, unique images and you always make great cards with them. I've really enjoyed participating in your FS challenge!
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