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Other Supplies Used:
Crafters Companion Pebbles Embossing Folder
Sizzix Deckle Edge Dies
Dare 2 B Artsy Midnight Blue Dye ink
Black Archival ink
Do-crafts Tangerine Glitter Glue
Apply Versamark ink to the Pebbles embossing folder and dry emboss a piece of blue card.
Sprinkle clear embossing powder and heat set it.
Ink the embossed panel with the Midnight blue dye ink, wiping any excess of the embossed areas. Stamp the sentiment with the same blue ink and use the Sizzix Deckle Edge dies to cut both the panel and the sentiment.
Stamp the Mermaid with black archival ink onto some woodgrain paper.
I colored her with markers
Fussy cut her and add some tangerine glitter glue.
I used a dark blue card base and a black mat, then added the embossed layer, the mermaid and the sentiment, which I popped up on some foam pads.
Thanks for dropping by. I hope you get the chance to ink up your stamps today. Hugz
Karen here and I'm bringing a card with a bit of vintage antique which is not my usual style. The muted colors and brown distressed edges are the trademark of the vintage look. The simple dress form suited the seamstress theme I had in mind. This sentiment is perfect to lend that extra bit of support to someone struggling with life's circumstances. Sometimes a simple act of encouragement can really lift someone's spirit. Don't forget to share your creations with us on the Blank Page Muse Fan Page.
Hello again, friends! Samantha here and I'm excited to be back on the blog sharing my card with you. I love these beautiful girl stamps. They're so much fun.
I was inspired to create this card by the way that this particular stamp looks like she's walking toward something. I thought that maybe she was walking toward the sunshine and as such I felt that the sentiment I used was perfect.
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Stamp one of the girls from the stamp set onto the card base using black ink.
Cover the stamped image with a mask of your choice. I prefer to use notebook paper covered with repositionable adhesive.
Over the girl place a second mask. I used a piece of cardstock from which I'd die cut a circle. Tape down.
Using your inks, do some simple ink blending over the masked image.
I used Distress Inks in shades of blue, pink, and yellow.
Remove the circle mask. You should have something like this.
Take your sentiment stamp and, using black ink, apply to the lower left side of the stamped girl, slightly overlapping your ink blending.
Remove the mask from the stamped girl image.
Color the girl with any medium you'd like. I decided to go with colored pencils. I also chose to apply shimmer over the ink blended area with Wink of Stella. Completely optional but it does add a fun touch.
That's it! Make sure you check these stamps out if you haven't already. Have a terrific day and I'll see you again soon!
Hello there my fellow crafty stamper friends! We here at Blank Page Muse are inspired by the nautical theme this month. So to continue the theme today I would love to share with you today to share a masculine steampunk birthday card!
We recently lost my grandma and I had the pleasure of being by her side at the end of her journey. Towards the end, she was becoming afraid to be alone, mostly that no one would come when she called. As I was talking to her, I told her to be fierce like a lion or dragon. ROAR so that they would hear her. We even practiced roaring together! I reminded her it was OK for her to ask the staff for things when she needed them! She continued her roar until close to the end. This project is my tribute to her. Reminding me to fight and speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves!