Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Chocolate Baroque - Guest Design Team spot - Project #2

 Good day all my crafty peeps,

Here we are midway through August.  I'd say this is year is passing by, but honestly I'll be glad when it's over.  This year has been insane.

Here is my next project using Chocolate Baroque stamps and Distress Oxide inks!

Here are the instructions.


   Stamps – Loving Sentiments Rubber Stamp sheet-A5, Floral Perfumery Rubber Stamp sheet-A5

   Distress Oxide Inks

   Versamark Watermark stamp pad

   Versafine – Onyx Black

   White embossing powder

   Paper – Black cardstock, light blue cardstock, dark blue cardstock

   Waterbrush-Detailer Tip

   Double sided Foam Tape

   Heat tool

   Silver photo corner stickers

Stamp the image onto black cardstock with Versamark ink.  Sprinkle on white embossing powder, tapping off excess.  Heat set the powder with your heat gun.

Taking the Distress ink pad, smush it onto a non stick surface.

Then pick up the colour with your waterbrush and begin painting in the image.

The unique thing about the Distress Oxide inks is that they are opaque on dark colored cardstock and dry permanent.

Use less water if you want to have deeper colors.

You may have to go over certain areas a few times to create depth of color, and remember to let each layer dry  before adding on the next coat.

Once piece is dry, fussy cut out the image, leaving a small border.

Cut the black cardstock to 5 ¼” x 10 ½” (13.34cm x 26.67cm) and fold in half.

Cut a piece of light blue cardstock to 4 ½” x 4 ½” (11.43cm x 11.43cm) and layer onto cardstock base.  Next cut dark blue cardstock, 4 ¼” x 4 ¼”(10.80cm x 10.8cm) and place onto card.

Attach image to card using foam tape, towards right side of card.

Stamp the saying onto the white cardstock card with Archival ink, and mat with light blue cardstock.

Attach the saying to the front, then adhere the photo corner stickers.

 Thank you for stopping by and remember to check out all the new stamps and wonderful colouring mediums at Chocolate Baroque.

Happy Crafting!!

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