dont get it too wet or it will dry blotchy like mine.. I used distress
inks on watercolour but worked out afterwards used the wrong side of
watercolour paper pad too. |
LESSON 2: think re-inkers would be better but dont have many of those.
|LESSON 3: when you die cut use heaviest quality piece of acetate as you can get, mine was. Scrap I had was from a lid, but noticed the video (link here) she had trouble with that. The white bubbles are overlapped and are done with chalk ink, it is better really if you dry between, I also did the different sizes it three (odd numbers -> better balance) of larger size then five (or so of next size and more of last size.|
|Have cut the two lots of prim poppies and arranged them on the oval die cut of Bokeh background. One bud I chose to use reverse side of bud, (ie turned it over so it faced other way). Shaped all flowers accordingly with shaping tool on mat.|
Ranger Mini blending tool
Distress inks - varied
Spellbinder Elegant Ovals
Cottage cutz stitched oval (fits the spellbinder ovals perfectly)
Impressions Obsession Greeting die set.
|This background was made see here, on last month's post..applied bokeh background then added the diecut frame with Tonic scalloped rectangle die, Butterfly is Joy Vintage Fourish butterfly and the thanks is CB Olivia alphabet die . discontinued years back.|
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Galations 6 vs 9