The teensy baby T-shirts are from Hero Arts "Special Delivery" digital set & the sentiment is from there too (it's from Two Peas in a Bucket.)
Supplies for the technique:
Watercolor paper, 140lb cold press used here
Die Cutting Machine, Cuttlebug used here
Versamark Inkor another embossing ink
Clear fine (or detail) embossing powder
Distress Ink refills and palette, or another coloring medium (Distress Ink colours used here watered down to make pastel shades: broken china; wild honey; crushed olive; spun sugar.)
Spray bottle with water
White Pigment ink
White Sakura Souffle gel pen
Microglaze by Judikins
-Paris Bleedproof cardstock to print the Hero Arts baby T-shirts & sentiment (the paper is ultra smooth so ink stays wet long enough to add some Clear detail embossing powder.)
-Perfect pearls to add shine to the white T-shirts, foam tape to pop them up.
- Clothes pegs made by cutting a popsicle stick with heavy-duty scissors to make itsy bitsy clothes pegs.
-Silver thread for the clothes line & teeny buttons.
-Hearts made by sticking silver leafing foil to cardstock with double-sided tape and punching with a mini heart punch from Recollections.
-Hand stitching done with a paper piercing tool, a needle, and white thread dyed with watered down crushed olive Distress Ink.
-Dot Outline digi paper & Random Stripe paper to line the envelope and inside the card.
-Swarovski crystal to dot the 'i' in the sentiment.
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 GMT Views: 2822