Cut Gloss Paper
to six and one half
by three and one quarter inches.
Use Cut n’ Dry Foam to place a thin layer of ink (four
onto Gloss Paper. Make each rectangle a different color, one each
of Chrome Yellow, Rose Madder, Cerulean Azure, and Chartreuse
Leaf. Let ink dry. You can use the
Craft Tool to speed
up the drying process.
Use Cut n’ Dry Foam to apply a darker “halo” of
the same color ink
around each corresponding rectangle. Let
dry. Repeat process until the desired depth of color is
Use another square
of Cut n’ Dry Foam (or Ink Blending Foam and Tool) to add
Van Dyke Brown highlights
to the ink.
(5) Stamp alphabet repeatedly over rectangles using
Stamp bird on Gloss
Paper using Lamp
Cut a piece of white
cardstock six and
three quarters by three and one half inch. Use Chrome Yellow,
Rose Madder, Cerulean Azure, and Chartreuse Leaf, and the Non
Stick Craft Sheet to create a splattered ink background using
the Tim Holtz’™ Wrinkle Free Distress Technique,
which is as follows:
colors of Distress
Ink on the Non-Stick Craft Sheet. Place the ink next to and
not on top of one another, as you want to keep the ink colors
as pristine as possible.
ink with water
with Mini Misters; more water is better. If you use too little
water, you will end up with “blocks” of
paper on the
inks. Turn over and dry with the Heat Tool. (Option: blot
the wetter areas with a paper towel, which creates wonderful
ink spots and helps
the paper dry faster!)
tap dry inked
paper over remaining ink drops on Craft Sheet to build layers
of color. Dry with Craft Tool. Note: if you don’t dry
the ink between “pressings”, it
until desired look
a piece of brown
cardstock seven and one quarter by seven and three quarter
inches. Fold in half to make card base.
layers to card; cut
bird out and adhere to card.