My homework for day two of the Online Card Classes Stretch Your Dies class:
This is not a CAS card by any means. Lots of steps and lots of fun! Kristina Werner showed us this amazing technique today with floral dies! And I couldn't wait to play, but had something else in mind!
I've water colored paper with a Distress Ink and a few Brusho colors. There are also die-cuts in craft metal, as well as the sentiment, which I've backed in black card stock to make it a bit more prominent.
And here's a close-up that shows the gorgeous metal, the effect from the Brushos; and the dimension achieved by this technique:
Seriously, if you haven't taken any of these classes, this is a great one to start with!
Here's what I used:
Paper: Neenah Solar White and Strathmore 140# watercolor
Stamps: not a one!
Ink: Picked Raspberry Distress Ink
All the other stuff: Big Shot Pro, Winnie & Walter Big Bang Confetti Cutaways, Winnie & Walter In a Word: Cheers Cutaways, Winnie & Walter The Party Confetti Cutaways, foam adhesive, Add a Little Dazzle craft metal in Lovely Lavender and the reverse side of the metal (silver), Brushos, Simon Says Stamp Balloon die
Back soon with more my sweet friends...
Labels: Brushos, craft metal, Distress Inks, Simon Says Stamp, watercolor, Winnie & Walter