The beautiful fall colors of Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry, Tangerine Tango, Cajun Craze, and Soft Suede highlight this card that uses a new favorite Stampset of mine . . .The Wetlands! The wetlands one year later still is one fo my favorite stampsets. Using the brayer Technique is such a statemen on a card and brings out the richness of thecolors used
- Creating the beautiful background is easy if you do it one color at a time , Step-by-Step.
- Cut circle for the moon and for the ground from Eclipse™ paper and adhere to white cardstock to mask the Marsh area.
- Ink brayer with the lightest color of dye ink by rolling it across the ink pad. Using a back and forth motion, roll inked brayer across the sky area of the masked cardstock until all of the ink is off the roller.
- Roll some more to blend it further.
- Repeat previous step using the second lightest color of dye ink.
- Repeat previous step with the darkest color dye and covering only part of the previously inked area.
- Sponge along the Post-It™ Note horizon line with the darkest colored dye ink.
- Remove Eclipse™ Paper.
- Stamp images with Black ink. finish the card
- Whisper White Cardstock
- Embossing folder of choice
- Sticky paper
- Rubber Brayer
- Several Coordinating Dye Inks (here Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry, Tangerine Tango, Cajun Craze, Soft Suede)
- Black Stazon Ink
- Stamp Set Wetlands
- White Gel Pen
- Additional Card Stock for layering
- Linen thread
- Anitque Brad
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