Hello, my dear stamping friends! This is my new VISIBLE IMAGE Friday and today I am going to share a very cool and messy technique with fantastic colored results.
Sewing Room set and a couple of Visible Image background stamps. I picked Check Background and Grunge Polka Dot, but any square and dotted ones will work too.
Now for the technique.
1. Stamp a central image with black ink, make a mask (just stamp another same image, cut it and cover your stamped image with it). Now stamp around some backgrounds and fill the " holes" with small stamps (I used buttons and spools).Cover it all with clear embossing powder and heat emboss it all.
2. Add red ink with a sponge over the central part and and over 2 corners. Now go for blue ink on 2 other corners and mix a bit. Now add yellow ink over all bare places and mix all inks with a clean sponge. Can you see all possible colors shown? It's purple and orange and green and so bright and shiny!
3. Now for the boring part- outline all possible shapes with white pen (Uniball is the best)
4. Add some black enamel paint over the dots and Glossy Accents over the big images. Glue the title (I used AC foam letters ) and make some white pen dots over them too. You " art card" is finished. This is a great technique for any art page too, also as far as I know most of art journals don't have glossy cardstock pages, so just glue one over the page.
Visible Image projects!
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