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Friday, September 6, 2013

Come One Come all

Come one come all welcome back
I got some time to craft today. Come celebrate with us at my next stamping class. It's every thing Fall from Halloween, colored leaves and even a technique to go with the season. It's called Ghosting. Of coarse this technique can be used any time of the year, but what better time than Halloween to learn it. It's pretty simple. 

These are the projects I worked on today while I had a day off. The two cards used the ghosting technique. The muslin bag used a few new products such as the Chalk Talk framelit, black glitter and the spritzing tool which as you can see I  haven't quite got the hang of that yet. I guess I was a little heavy handed in spots. It's going to take some practice. It still turned out o.k though and of coarse I haven't filled the bag with goodies yet either. I do like these little muslin bags from SU.


 The next project on the right is a hand stamped towel. I used the French Foliage stamp set and acrylic paints from a local craft store.  The next thing I used was SU 's chevron ribbon in Pumpkin Pie for more color.

The card below used the Ghosting technique again, this time, using the French Foliage stamp set creating a Fall card, good for the season or Thanksgiving just change the sentiment. I used Birthday because I can always use a Birthday card for someone, they are the cards I use and need the most.

Materials used for the projects

Muslin Bag

Stamps: Wicked Cool
Inks: basic Black, Pumpkin Pie.
Card stock: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories: Vintage Trinkets, Black Glitter, Versa Mark pad, black Gingham ribbon ( retired) Heat and Stick powder.
Tools: Big shot machine, Heat tool, Chalk Talk framelits.

Happy Halloween Card

Stamps: Wicked Cool, Out On A Limb, Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Inks: Stazon Black, Versa Mark, Smokey Slate (new In color).
Card stock: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White, Summer Starfruit.
Accessories: 1 3/8 Circle Punch, Black Glitter, Stampin Write Markers in Cajun Craze and Summer Starfruit.
Tools: Heat Tool, paper snips, Brayer.

Towel

Stamps: French Foliage
Inks: none Used acrylic paints instead
Card stock : none
Accessories: Chevron Ribbon
Tools: Heat Tool and sponge daubers 
To stamp on the towel 
Step 1
 Pour the acrylic paint into a container or a paint pallette
Step 2
Use the sponge dauber and dip it into the color of your choice, remove excess paint.
Step 3
Daub paint on stamp
Step 4
Stamp and heat with a heat tool. 

Happy Birthday Card


Stamps: French Foliage, and Label this.
Inks: Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry and Versa Mark pad.
Card stock: Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Whisper White.
Accessories: Rich razzleberry Ribbon Grosgrain. Labe Punch from the punch bundle from SU.
Tools: Paper Snips, Heat tool, Brayer.

Ghosting Technique
Step 1
Stamp the images of your choice with the Versa Mark Pad.
Step 2
Heat set the Versa mark for only a moment.
Step 3
Run your brayer over the stamping pad classic ink color of your choice
Step 4 cover your Whisper White card stock going vertical and horizontal til you get the civerage you desire
Step 5 Take a paper towel and rub off the color from the Versa mark image, this is how you get your ghosting effect.
Step 6 ( optional) stamp over your image but slightly off of it in another color, so that the Versa Mark shows through also.

If you would like to join us for this class see details on my page at http://www.facebook.com/4everstampingpam page and sign up on my Events or email me or text me at 987-870-4953.
Hope you enjoyed your visit, Thanks for stopping by, have a great evening. Til next time
Happy Stamping!