The background was made by accident when I was swiping up excess inks and perfect pearls, this reminded me of a walk in the country
Archive for March, 2012
All these techniques use Perfect Pearls powders, various colours. Unfortunately the photo does not pick up the shine but they catch the light when held up
Distress ink re-inker and perfect pearls and water in a mini mister…who knew!?
This was a fun technique even if the results look goofy and unstructured!
Some more of the Shattered Stains technique.
Creative Chemistry Day 8. Shattered Stains is the technique, where Rock Candy distress Crackle Paint is applied to grungeboard. After it has dried, various colours of Distress stains are applied and heat set
Had a request for a retirement card so I used a couple of the new techniques I have learned and here it is.
I used the Rusted Enamel technique with lighter colours. Then after applying the stamped images, I put another coat of clear embossing powder over the entire tag, heat embossed it and this is the result.
Day 7 techniques are all about using embossing powders. The background image was covered with rusty hinge distress ink and clear embossing powder but some powder was flicked off purposely before heat setting it. Once it was heated then cooled, vintage photo and walnut stain distress inks were worked into the background with an ink blending tool. It gives a very interesting backdrop to the stamps
Creative Chemistry class continues this week. Today was about colouring and stamping with distress markers. I had better success colouring directly on the stamp and then stamping that image. I especially like the ability to get three versions out of one colouring! In Tim’s class, he uses Specialty Stamping Paper which would then allow a person to go over the stamped image with another colour of distress ink. I don’t have that, but am very happy with what I learned today!