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YOU WILL NEED:
Stamps, Lawn Fawn Baked With Love
Dies, Lawn Fawn Baked With Love
Ink pads: Hero Arts Intense Black; Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Evergreen Bough, Pine Needles; VersaMark Watermark
Embossing powder, Wow! Embossing Super Fine Opaque White
Marker pens, watercolour
Tools: blending, anti-static, heat, water brush, water spritzer
1. Take white card, 10cm x 13cm, and stamp the baking images over the background in black. Die cut the coordinating motifs from masking paper, then position each die-cut over the stamped motifs.
2. Cover the card with distress ink in Evergreen Bough using a blending tool. Spritz with water, then use a paper towel to soak up the excess. Mix distress ink in Pine Needles with water on an acrylic block, then splatter over the card with a brush. Dry with a heat tool.
3. Remove the masks and colour in the images with watercolour markers and a water brush. You should be left with a clean white line around each motif. Layer the panel onto a slightly larger blank.
4. Treat a strip of black card with an anti-static tool. Stamp a sentiment in VersaMark Watermark ink, then pour over white embossing powder. Shake off the excess and heat-set. Cut into a diagonal at one end, then fix to the card with 3D foam pads.
YOU WILL NEED:
Cardstock, various colours
Adhesives: glue, double-sided tape, 3D foam pads
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