Thursday, 3 March 2016

Traveler Reflections with Stampin Up.

I love to travel and in particular, I like to take cruises, so I designed this card with my next trip in mind.  Let's just hope the water is this calm!

I also wanted to show my Tuesday Craft group a new technique - that of creating reflections using Window Sheet from Stampin' Up! I used the fabulous Traveller Stamp Set on the Thick A4 Card Stock



The card is made mainly using Early Espresso Classic Ink, water, water-colour technique and a little sponging. Those of you who follow me regularly will know my love of Early Espresso Ink and how it gives this lovely pinky tone when water is added to it. The only additional colour is some Blushing Bride sponged onto the top left corner of the sky. The "mountains" in the background are created with an Aqua Painter and Early Espresso Ink.


You can see the torn edge detail in this photo - it also has been sponged with Early Espresso.

If you would like to learn this technique you might like to subscribe to my new service:
CLASSES AT YOUR FINGERTIPS. This service will be starting next week, so pop back then to have a look at what I'm offering.

I'm excited to start up these classes for those of you who want to attend classes but find it impossible due to other commitments.

You may prefer to work at your own pace in the comfort of your own home - these classes will suit you too.

Below you'll find a list of the products I used - all of them are available from my on-line store
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Until next time,
Stay Crafty!




2 comments:

  1. Loved learning this technique the other night - thanks, Ann!

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  2. You are welcome Meredith. Great to meet you!

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