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Tuesday, October 29, 2013
31 DOH - Day 29
I can not believe it, Day 29! You all are wonderful, thank you so much for hanging in there with us. To start from the beginning, see daily winners, and for more info check out Terra's Blog.
You are now here at Shoni aka Crafty Inknik's and should have just left Roni's blog. Jenn is next on the Wicked Blogger list, that is on your left if you just joined us. Big shout out to Smeared Ink and the Smeared and Smudged Forum for hosting this 31 Days of Halloween event. And a HUGE THANKS to all the Sponsors who have been so generous all month long.
One of those fabulous sponsors needs no introduction, Rick St. Dennis. His wonderful, fun, and creative drawings are inspirations themselves. I have used four images from a digi set called Aliens and Mutants. When I first saw this set I wanted to make a Waterfall Card using some of these characters. Finally got around to it! So, X's & O's (kisses and hugs) to all of you from each of them.
Stamp with 'XOXO', Stampin' Up! set called Oh, Goodie!, was stamped onto Whisper White card stock (cs) with Basic Gray ink. Ink pad with the four colors was pressed directly onto stamped squares.
Finished images were then adhered with dimensionals.
Crystal Effects used on each image to add more dimensions and other worldly shine.
Background stamp, Chevron (SU!) was inked with different colors.
I then used Basic Gray ink on one side of the Square Lattice Embossing Folder. I used the Kissing Technique of pressing the inked side of the folder onto the inked background stamp. Then, I stamped onto my large Whisper White cs.
Different inks where then pressed onto stamped cs to fill in the white areas.
Basic Black cs used for card base, matte, and the pull/flip piece.
3 Basic Black Glitter Brads used.
Fibers from stash for pull end.
1" Circle punch to hold pull end fibers and brad.
In the last pic, I am going to write my message with the White Chalk marker.
All materials used are Stampin' Up! and are current unless otherwise noted.
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Oh I just love this, Shoni! I've always wanted to make a card like this but have never tried Fabulous images you chose and your backgrunds RoCK! Kisses to you, too. HeeHee! xxDReplyDelete
You are so funny - "orbiting details" "otherworldly shine"ReplyDelete
You are as talented in your descriptions as in your cardmaking
Shoni, this is fantastic. I love all the images and how you colored them. Great waterfall card. Love your card holder too.ReplyDelete
Awesome card, you did a super duper job on coloring those cute monsters! I truly love this card!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for featuring my Mutants on your wonderful card-each and every one of them is mutating with delightReplyDelete
Wow...that is a cool card. I have never seen a construction like this before. You have opened my eyes to some really cool folded cards! Love all your little mutants and how you colored them! Great artwork!ReplyDelete
Love your waterfall card, what a fun set of images to work with. Your coloring skills are amazing :)ReplyDelete
amazing waterfall card....your design and details are stunning!ReplyDelete
Oh how cool! Love the way you did this. Wonderful images and what a great way to show them off!ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning Shoni! I love this waterfall card, so vibrant and colourful, great job!ReplyDelete
Awesome waterfall card! the images are great, fab colouring! mo xReplyDelete
Love your waterfall card... the images fit perfectly!!! HOW fun!!!ReplyDelete