Measurements: Green script panel - 4 ½” x 2 15/16”, sentiment panel -1 ¼” 2 ¾”.
-Script panel is covered with a blue ink then wiped gently with a wet wipe before stamping. Now ink up the image with VersaMark and stamp then heat emboss with clear powder. The reason for the blue is to mute the stark white just a little. Now cover the panel with dark green pigment/Stampin Up Craft ink and heat emboss again with clear powder. There might be a name for this procedure and I just haven’t come across it yet.
-The flower and leaves are colored with Prismacolor pencil then covered with VersaMark and heat embossed with clear powder. I went around the edge with black maker after it was embossed; it’ll run if its water based maker. The flower sets up on foam squares. The leaves are attached with Diamond Glaze to hold it to the clear embossing.
-The leaves for the flower are actually the flower cut into sections.
-Sentiment panel is stamped with sentiment then linen after I had stamped it off once. The corner feature is the left over from the EK Success Iron Eagle punch.
-Filigree is stamped on the rose layer in its own color of ink.
-Ink distressing is done on the sentiment and rose panel.
Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2007 GMT Views: 3475