Here is a quick photo tutorial of how I created my multicolored panel:
Step 1: From left to right using Poppy, Blossom, Tangerine, Sea Glass, Emerald and Sapphire Inks were painted onto wet Cold Pressed Watercolor Paper. I used a heat tool to dry the paper.
Step 2: Rose stamps from the Keep Dreaming stamp set were stamped in Versamark ink (I applied an "embossing buddy" onto entire surface first) and sprinkled with Ranger Fine Detail Clear Embossing Powder.
Step 3: A heat tool was used to set the embossing powder. (It's difficult to see the embossed areas here until more water is applied to take away some color).
Step 4: Using a wet paintbrush paint over each stripe and dab with a paper towel. Note that the clear embossed images are easier to see on the darker colors on the right side.
The last step was to cut this panel in to pieces to use in card making.
The accent flower was stamped in Sapphire ink, sponged with Lemon and Tangerine inks. When the ink was dried I put the stamped flower directly onto Versamark ink and then sprinkled with Polysparkle Tinsel embossing powder, heat set and fussy cut.
White Daisy CS
Keep Dreaming stamp set
Sea Glass Ink
Sea Glass Glitter paper
Ranger Clear Fine Detail Embossing Powder
3D Foam Tape
Polysparkle Tinsel Embossing Powder (retired)
Strathmore Water Color Paper--Cold Press
Here is the fabulous Kathy's Waffle File Sketch that inspired my card layout:
I'm also entering this card into the following challenges:
Crafty Gals Corner #133--Anything Goes
House That Stamps Built--Anything Goes
Classic Design Team Open Challenge--Anything Goes
Daisy Chain Challenge #10--Floral
Just click on the Color Dare graphic below to get to check out what the rest of the fabulous Design Team has created and to enter our weekly challenge:
We look forward to seeing what you can create with these wonderful colors!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful week filled with fun and creativity!:) Marie
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