Saturday, January 17, 2009

Pearl tutorial day 2

Here we go with day 2 of the Atc's/cards.

Take one of the pre prepared backgrounds we made yesterday. If you missed it you will find it here.

Blonde Moments
Pearl Pigments - Sugar Floss, Festive Copper, Spring Orange.
Stamps - Ethans Pea Car. Sweet Celebrations
Spritzer bottle
Clear embossing powder
Papers - Sugar Dumpling

Spiced Marmalade Distress Pad.
Raspberry Adirondack Ink Pad
Carnation Archival Ink Pad
Black Perfect Medium pads
White Opaque gel Pen
Stardust Stickles
Step 1. Ink up the "beep,toot" stamps ( Ethans Pea Car) with Carnation Archival ink pad and stamp all over background.

Step 2. Faux stitch around the edge with the Opaque white pen.

Step 3. Ink around the edges with Raspberry Adirondack ink.

Step 4. Ink up the large car (Ethans Pea Car) with Black Perfect Medium and stamp onto white card. Sprinkle with clear embossing powder.

Step 5. Heat emboss the image.

Step 6. Dip a wet paintbrush into the Blonde Moments Spring orange Pearl Pigments.

Step 7. Mix on the heat resistant mat into a creamy paint.

Step 8. Paint in the image. Mix the other colours of Pearl Pigments and repeat.

step 9. Cut out the image leaving a small border of white.

Step 10. Cut out inside of windows with a scalpel

Step 10. Mount onto pink card and cut out leaving a small border.

Step 11. Add to Atc with foam tape.

Step 12. Add decorative accents with Star Dust Stickles.

To make card
Step 1. Ink small car (Ethans pea car) with Carnation Archival ink and stamp all over a C6 white card.

Step 2. Tear a strip of Blonde Moments Sugar Dumpling paper and ink the torn edge with Spiced Marmalade Distress ink.

Step 3. Add to card and ink all edges.

Step 4. Add Atc to card.

Step 5. Ink congratulations stamp ( Sweet Celebrations) with Carnation Archival ink and stamp onto white card.

Step 6. Cut out and ink edges.

Step 7. Mount onto pink card and trim.

Step 8. Add to card.

Heres two more colourways.

Pink and teal

And teal and orange

More tomorrow!!

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