Sunday, 28 October 2018

Happiness Surrounds Episode 2, Just Add INK#432

Episode 2 of using this set simply focuses on the framelits and a Christmas card for a friend who send them home to the UK every year, so Snowflakes are quite appropriate for her. I'm doing "5 Episodes of Happiness" using these sets since I have lots of ideas to share.


Techniques :
  • The background uses Glossy paper and a spritz of alcohol mixed with few drops of Call Me Clover ink and a few drops of Copper Shimmer Paint. The alcohol mix can be swirled all over the paper and gives a gorgeous marbled effect. It needs to be quite dry before you work with it.
  • To create the copper edge on the piece of Clover Cardstock I simply swiped the edge in the versamark pad and dipped it in embossing powder. 
  • cut the snowflakes using the Precision Base Plate with your stamparatus and the big shot die brush is really essential using these intricate dies.
  • There is so much bling that everything else needed to be super simple.
  • I dipped the wooded word into versamark and embossed with white embossing powder and finished it with a simple white twine bow to tie it to the white base card (which has had the subtle embossing folder treatment)
I think this fits nicely with the challenge this week at Just Add Ink. I did like the Call Me Clover crystal button but that wouldn't work so well for postage.


Day 3 using this fabulous set looks at positioning the images.
Pop back tomorrow for more ideas.

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I hope you have a creative week and remember, 
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"

cheers, Liz
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1 comment:

  1. I love the marbled effect of your glossy background Liz and how beautifully the copper snowflakes gleam against it! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.

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