Saturday, June 2, 2018

Gone Fishin

Here is a quick little post to share a card made with three Sparkle N Sprinkle Stamp Sets and two Embossing Powders and two sets of Nuvo Alcohol Markers.

Materials used:
StampsWetlands 1 #790, Wetlands 2 #791, Gone Fishin #778;
Embossing PowdersClear Detail [EP280], Christmas Green [EP149];
InksBlack Shadow Nuvo Hybrid Ink [210N], Versamark [VM001], Distress ink - Peacock Feathers;
Coloring Medium: Nuvo Alcohol Markers - Aquamarine [326N] and Palma Violets [328N];
OthersTim Holtz Stamp Platform [1707E]

Silhouette stamps are really cool because they don't need lots of coloring, just a little color here and there and you are done. I used Wetlands 1 and Gone Fishin stamp sets to create a scene to my card front. Tim Holtz Stamp Platform was a very good helper to get a beautiful stamped images. Water with tree line was stamped side by side two times with Black Shadow Nuvo Hybrid Ink. Thanks to that I got my self a scene long enough to fill the card front and little piece was left for the inside. The image was colored with Nuvo Alcohol Markers. I used all the markers from Aquamarine and Palma Violets sets. 
Leaves are stamped with Versamark ink and I heat embossed them with Christmas Green Embossing Powder. I drew a frame with pencil and fussy cut the center with paper trimmer and scissors.
A fisherman was stamped with Black Shadow Nuvo Hybrid Ink and then I stamped it again with Versamark on top of the previous image (Stamp Platform will allow you to do it perfectly). The image was heat embossed with Clear Detail Embossing Powder and fussy cut it with scissors. After my scene was built, I drew a fishing line with a fine black pen.

Images on the inside of the card are from Wetlands 2 and Gone Fishin stamp sets (plus leftover piece from the front of the card made with Wetlands 1 stamp). Cattails and fishermen with the boat are stamped the same way as the fisherman in front of the card: stamped with Black Shadow Nuvo Hybrid Ink and again with Versamark on top, then heat embossed with Clear Detail Embossing Powder and fussy cut it with scissors. They adhere to the layer inked with Peacock Feathers Distress Ink. This layer is the pocket to hold the gift card. 
(please ignore the shadows on the photo, Peacock Feather is a good match to the Aquamarine markers. Lighting is just too off to show it. Water scene image inside of the card appears to be duller then it actually is).

This was my little card. Now it is your turn to make a project with Sparkle N Sprinkle stamp (digi or rubber) and share it on the Facebook Sparkle N Sprinkle Challenge group. If you don't have any SNS stamps to create with, there are three free digi stamps at the Sparkle N Sprinkle web page to get you started.

Thank you for the visit!
Hugs & smiles,

1 comment:

  1. This card is beautiful! I love the water on the front of the card!!


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