We will be doing 5 projects at the techniques class, all of which can be made into cards by using them as toppers.
- Put the aperture mask onto the piece of card.
- Place the wavy line mask across the centre of the aperture.
- Place the sun in the sky where you want it to be.
- Using the inks and the daubers, colour the sky, putting some yellow around the sun and blending up to it with blue.
- Remove the sun mask and lightly colour it.
- Remove the wavy line mask and stamp your hills and trees over the edge of it.
- Using wavy line mask, create lines across the bottom half of the aperture using pale blue ink. Make sure that you ink round the bottom half of the aperture.
- Stamp tree onto right hand side and animals in centre.
- Using the clear glitter brush pen, add some “Z” strokes across the landscape.
- Remove the aperture mask and stamp the sentiment underneath the circle.
- Stamp the jar onto the card, and also onto the yellow post it paper.
- Cut out the parts that you want to see through and put the mask over the stamped image on the card.
- Stamp the bunch of flowers and stamp it onto the card over the top of the jar, so that the stems appear to be in the water.
- Remove the mask.
- Using coloured pencils, colour in the image.
- Colour the water a very faint blue and go over with glitter brush pen.
- Using the distress inks, apply colour randomly to the tag.
- Spritz with water and dry.
- Using stencil, add ink where required and dry.
- Stamp leaves in greens on corners.
- Stamp writing in brown across centre.
- Make sure everything is dry, and then stamp wreath and sentiment using versamark.
- Emboss using gold powder.
- Go around the edge with gold gilding wax.
- Apply a water wash with a big brush over the whole card.
- Using watercolour inks, apply colours randomly
- Spritz with water and dab with kitchen roll.
- Sprinkle brusho powders of choice onto surface of card and spritz again until effect you want is achieved.
- Make sure the card is dry and then stamp the flowers in versamark ink where required and emboss with gold powder.
- Take some ink and the pearlescent paint and using a paintbrush, splat it onto the card. Allow to dry.
- This can now be used as background paper, or can be diecut.
- Take the yellow post it paper and tear off a strip as long as the card is wide.
- Cut it in half lengthways.
- Make sure that the straight edges are in the middle and apply across the card, leaving a stripe across the centre.
- Apply distress inks randomly and blend together.
- Using versamark ink, stamp butterflies randomly across the stripe.
- Using the soft brush, apply the mica powder over the top of the stamped butterflies and polish with a tissue/kitchen paper.
- Remove masks, and stamp the sentiment underneath.
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