Sponged the color on the white then embossed with Glassy glaze. Once I was finished heating the glassy glaze, I counted to 10 and stamped the girl in Black craft while it was still hot. had to seal the craft ink. Cracked glass
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 GMT Views: 837
Registered: June 23, 2004 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 240
Thu, Mar 31, 2005 @ 5:03 AM
Thank you. I finally have things in my Gallery!! I'm so excited!! I tried uploading last year but it didn't work. Last night for some reason, I thought I would try again.
Instructions: I sponged the background color with classic pads, just guessed where they should go. Then I used my versamark pad to ink the entire white sheet, direct to paper. I then embossed with glassy glazy. I repeated the embossing prossess 2 or 3 times depening on how thick it was getting. while it was still hot I stamped the girl with Black craft. If you feel the image, you can feel the indents where she was stamped, debossed is what I think they call that...correct? (tried classic black but thought the image was not dark enough) I let it sit overnight but the craft still was not dry, so I had to seal it with krylon glossy. The image actually cracked by itself. You can also gently play with the paper to get it to crack. If you do it to much the embossed finish can actually chip off, so be careful. Thanks and I can't wait to post more of my cards. Tami Licari.....AKA Cleo
Registered: May 10, 2004 Location: Posts: 13436
Thu, Mar 31, 2005 @ 5:34 AM
This card is gorgeous! Thanks for the instructions.
Registered: March 15, 2005 Location: Iowa Posts: 7290
Thu, Mar 31, 2005 @ 6:56 AM
Very lovely with the color selection, I love it.
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