Measurements: Image panel – 2 x 2 ¾” plus border that measure a total of 4/16”, lavender panels are 2 ½” in height and the sections are as follows – horizontal stripe – 1” , floral – 2 ¼”, vertical stripe – 2 ¼”, scallop border 4/16” and the borders above 1/8” each
The black strips are 1/8” from the top and on the edge of the 3 piece panels are included in the above measurements.
-Prismacolor pencils, baby oil and paper stumps were used to color the image using the Gamsol technique found in the resources section here at SCS. Baby oil replaces the Gamsol.
-The out of the box feature is very easy by cutting to the image with the regular paper cutter on the front, marking the image on the back while holding to a light source then use the paper cutter again to cut to the mark. Scissor cut the image out. My paper cutter is a guillotine style.
-The gems on the butterflies and black pearls are attached with Diamond Glaze (any lacquer product will work). To make the process fast and easy I squeeze a drop of lacquer onto a waxed paper (I repurpose the paper that stickers and labels are purchased on), then touch the end of a large corsage pin to the lacquer then to the back of the gem which picks it up, position it on the image and press down with a finger, there is a little time to slide the gem into position if needed before it sticks tight.
-Faux stitching is done with Stampin Up mat pack and Marvy marker.
Tools: Martha Stewart classic butterflies punches, border punch, Stampin Up – ticket punch, mat pack, corsage pin, paper stumps
Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2010 GMT Views: 2471
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Tue, Mar 02, 2010 @ 8:58 PM
Love those flowers Rox. This card is beautiful. Just love it. TFS :0)
------------------------------ Cathy B aka: Mutnik ....or is it Nutmeg?! I get so confused!
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