This was printing with an acrylic block and distress ink:
Heebie Jeebies), Ink- Tsukineko (Memento Black and Brillance White) and Ranger (Distress Inks by Tim Holtz in Wild Honey and Dried Marigold), Rhinestones- Queen & Co., Copic marker (for coloring rhinestones)- T9), Ribbon- May Arts, Embossing Tool- Martha Stewart Score Board.
This next one uses this fab bleeding technique. I stamped the wreath once, spritzed it with water a few times and let it bleed a lot, and dried it with a heat gun. Then, I stamped over it again in the same color ink (peeled paint), and spritzed it again, but only lightly. After everything was all dry, I still got a crisp image with the bleeding effect underneath. I adore how this turned out!
Bows and Holly), Embossing Ink- Tsukineko (Versamark), Embossing Powder- Ranger, Glossy Accents- Ranger, Ink- Ranger (Distress Ink by Tim Holtz in Fired Brick and Peeled Paint), Thread- DMC, Corner Rounder- WRMK.
This last one uses generation stamping. I love the cling stamp set that I used... I need to remember to use it more. It's so pretty!
I used watercolor paper for this technique, and I like how the colors turned out. They seem to stay a lot more vibrant when on watercolor paper. Thanks to Jennifer McGuire for always suggesting it! Finally I decided to take her advice. Hehe.
Supplies: Cardstock- Papertrey Ink (Spring Moss and Aqua Mist), Watercolor Paper- Blick, Stamps- Lawn Fawn (Sophie's Sentiments) and Hero Arts (CG170 Wildflower Garden), Ink- Ranger (Distress Inks by Tim Holtz in Dusty Concord, Tumbled Glass, Chipped Saphire, Antique Linen, and Vintage Photo), Corner Rounder- WRMK.
Okay, off to bed for this tired girl. This weekend definitely needs to be a relaxing one for me. Oi! This week has been so long. See you guys tomorrow. You know I couldn't resist playing a little more with my new stamps. ;)