The panel is done using the polished stone technique. Look for directions in TLC56 or here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/re...ishedstone.php
To get the copper in the polished stone I just rubbed my copper Brilliance pad on the cardstock before the inking. I didnít seal with anything and it does not rub off. After all the ink is applied I mist the cardstock with alcohol and let it dry. You never know what youíll get until itís dry and I like the surprise.
The butterfly was coloring with a black marker, aqua painter and ink pad and to get the copped I used the copper brilliance with the aqua painter. A tip for the butterfly or any cut object is to use your marker and color all the white edges, it just looks nicer.
The paper with the sentiment on it is more maroon than what the scan shows it.
Date: Monday, March 20, 2006 GMT Views: 1673