Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Butterfly in flight

I am on a role now so I thought I would also share with you the card we made during the last rubber stamping workshop.
Above are some of the ladies proudly showing their finished cards. Although they used the same mediums and stamps they all came out slightly different.

To make the above card, pan pastels were used to create the background.  This was achieved my dusting some of the powder onto a mat and then add a little bit of water. Mix the water with the pan pastels and then move a piece of white card that has been cut to size around onto the colour.  Once you have covered the card, dry using a heat gun.  When dry choose a different colour of the pan pastels and again add water.  This time move a bottle top within the colour (Milk bottle top is good) and stamp onto your coloured card.  Dry with a heat gun. When waiting for the card to be completely dry, stamp your desired images and colour.  I have used stamps from Chocolate Baroque and coloured using Prisma pencils.  By this time you should be able to stamp onto your decorated background and then place onto a card.  I finished the images by adding glitter glue to add a bit of bling.
If you have ago on the above I would love to know how you got on.
Jeanette x 

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