Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Playing

While I was in Abu Dhabi, I really enjoyed running my card making class...
I am just beginning to share techniques and show people how to make simple cards here!

Last week I showed Wendy how to use my Big Shot using a thin die to make an owl card -
 you may remember my ATC:

And My set of owls arrived in the UK:


Yesterday I showed Ritu a few techniques:
  1. Brushless watercolour.
  2. Watercolouring a stamped image.
  3. Wrinkle free distress.
In each case we used Distress inks in a variety of colours.

Here an Inkadinkadoo stamp is inked up and then misted with water.
 It is stamped onto watercolour paper.
I will submit this card to Panpastels as I would love to win some gorgeous stash!

Distress ink was smeared onto the non-stick mat and spritzed with water. It was then used as paint with a brush. The image (freebie from Get Stamping! magazine)
 was stamped with Versafine onto watercolour paper.


 Finally the excess ink was blotted onto cardstock for use as a background in a future project.






4 comments:

  1. Wow you have been busy Susan, gorgeous artwork and fab techniques. thanks for joining us at PanPastel UK for our Flora and Fauna Challenge
    Claire xx

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  2. This is lovely, thank you for sharing with us at Anything goes with a twist..Good luck.

    Caz x AGWT DT

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    1. Hi Caz - I had a problem linking to Anything Goes with A Twist. The linky linked to this post from last june...I tried to delete it but couldn't. I tried again and put the correct link as the next post...Sorry!

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  3. This is lovely, thank you for sharing with us at Anything goes with a twist.
    .Huggles.
    Sandra AGWAT

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