My creation for the September 24 Challenge #151 http://www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/
Stamp Sets: Meadow Greens
Ink: Simply Chartreuse, Spring Moss, Melon Berry, VersaMark
Paper: White and Melon Berry Card Stock
Accessories: Bible Verse printed from Word Art Wednesday site changing the background to a light yellow, White and Melon Colored Seam Binding, Dimensionals, Butter ZING Embossing Powder, Embossing Gun, Meadow Greens Dies, Big Shot
Tutorial can be found at: http://nicholeheady.typepad.com/capture_the_moment/2014/09/make-it-monday-179-emboss-resist-using-diecuts.html
Friends to the End and Leave It Be
Versa Mark, Berry Sorbet, True Black and Landscape
Melon Berry and White Card Stock as well as vellum (to make the qutrefoil template)
Quatrefoil Cover Die, Friends to the End Die and Leave It Be Die, White Button, Silver/White Twine, Winter White Embossing Powder, Embossing Heat Gun, Big Shot, Dimensionals, YG13 Copic, R85 Copic, R22 Copic
How to make the dew drops: I first die cut the image and then soaked it by spritzing quite a bit of water on it. I then used my heat gun to dry up most of the water, but the paper was still very wet. While wet, I stamped my image and then immediately pressed ii into the VersaMark, covered it with Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel and melted that with the heat gun. I think because it was still quite wet it made the embossing enamel run a little when heated making the dew drop effect.
This is the first time I entered a card creation into what is referred to as a "Teapot Tuesday" Challenge. My interpretation of the inspiration was a girl who loved rainbows. My interpretation of the rainbow was the three colors of ribbon ties into a bow.
True Black, Sweet Blush and New Leaf
Pretty in Pink, White and Blueberry Sky Card Stock
Ballerina Beauty Dies, Blue-Pink-White Seam Binding, Rain Drops, Pink Flamingo Bic Mark It Pens (ultra fine point permanent marker), Big Shot Machine, Dimensional (for heart on skirt)