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Itching to get inky.

February 2, 2011

I’m stuck in class but totally wishing I was at home so I could make something. I think my mojo is back, but I need to sit down so I can actually harness this energy. Ha. Anyways, I’ve been super interested in the process of starting out with a white piece of cardstock and just using distress ink lately. For this card, I used this CL482 Dots and Flowers image, stamped it, and then masked off the flowers and inked over the entire piece with green distress inks. Then, I peeled those masks off, masked off the leaves, and then inked the flowers and the background with blues. This is the end result:

Here’s a close-up:

Supplies: Cardstock- Papertrey Ink (White and Kraft), Stamps- Hero Arts (CL482 Dots and Flowers CL497 Find Joy), Ink- Ranger (Distress Ink In Forest Moss, Crushed Olive, Peeled Paint, Tumbled Glass, and Broken China) and Tsukineko (Memento Black), Ribbon- Papertrey Ink (Spring Moss), White Pen- Signo Uniball.

I also wanted to say that Hero Arts rocks! I helped them with their flower project (featured on their blog today) and they sent me a sampling from basically every set they just released at the end of December. They basically rock and now I have more stamps to make pretty things with. It was hard work to make a 100 of those flowers. I think I probably spent about 50 hours total doing them, but they made it worth my while. Just one more testament to why I adore this company.

Okay, have to run off to class again. After I make it through today, though, I’m in the home stretch for the week. Woot!

Love,

Britta

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 2, 2011 11:59 am

    Your card looks great! I can’t believe you colored that all with masking and distress inks! It almost looks like patterned paper! Great job.

    And WOW on the Hero Arts goodies! How generous of them!

  2. February 2, 2011 6:43 pm

    Love love love your card. The colors are great.

  3. Judy permalink
    February 2, 2011 9:40 pm

    Lovely card! The coloring is so vibrant.

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