Thursday, May 10, 2018

Make It Monday Throwback - Masking Sentiments

Hello friends.  This week Papertrey Ink is having a Make It Monday Throwback challenge...revisiting a challenge Ashley Cannon Newell did a few years back where she showed how to mask a sentiment.

The sentiment that Ashley used for her card reminded me of the sentiment from Harvest Berries stamp set, and while I know that set was intended to be a Fall season set, I decided to make it a Spring set by changing my colors up to a brighter version.


I stamped the sentiment on a sticky note and then cut around the top part of the sticky note like Ashley did in her video.  After placing it in the center of my water color cardstock, I stamped all the leaves in Versamark ink and then heat embossed in white.


Next I smooshed New Leaf ink onto an acrylic block and then used my Aqua Painter to add color to all the leaves.  After the green was dry I added a few berries in Hibiscus Burst.


I used the Noted: Scalloped A2 Vertical Dies to die cut my stamped layer and the base layer, and then added another layer of Hibiscus Burst in between the two.  A few sequins and some baker's twine and this brighter version of Harvest Berries was finished!

You can check out Ashley's card and video right HERE and then play along.
 
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5 comments:

  1. Marcia, I love everything about this. The embossing, the watercoloring, the colors, the scalloped card base, the twine....it all goes so well together. Great job!!

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  2. What a beautiful card! Great job!

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  3. Beautiful card, Marcia! Love the colors and your technique of smooshing New Leaf ink over embossed leaves with a water pen! I’ll have to try this...TFS. :)

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  4. Beautifully done, Marcia. Saw this on Instagram, and couldn't wait to say how great the leaves look with watercoloring over white emboss. You showcased that stampset perfectly!

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  5. SO pretty, Marcia. I LOVE Harvest Berries...maybe better in spring colors. You did an amazing job with this challenge!!!

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