Sunday, September 28, 2014

Fall Leaves for Three Challenges :-)

Hi Stampers!!

Ok, it is official- I need an intervention!  I am totally addicted to the Alcohol Marker Marbling Technique and it is all Audrey’s and Splitcoaststampers fault- lol!!  :-)

This technique is so easy and the results are so unique- I had to use it one more time for the ColourQ CQC260 Challenge along with the PP215 Paper Players Sketch and since it incorporates different inks and elements, the MIX87 Signs of Fall Challenge.

I hope you have a chance to check out all three galleries and Design Team samples- such inspiration from all!

To create this card:

Using the medium marker from the Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Blendabilities™ Collection, scribble some color onto the zip lock bag as noted in the tutorial , add additional color onto the bag using the dark marker from the Daffodil Delight and Night of Navy Stampin’ Bleandabilities™ and spritz with rubbing alcohol.   

Close-up of the leaf images 
Lay a piece of Glossy White cardstock over the ink and lift up, spritz the ink again with the rubbing alcohol, lay a second piece of Glossy White cardstock over the moistened ink and lift for your second print (I used the second print for this card and saved the first print for another day) :-)

Allow to the panel to dry and using StazOn® Jet Black Ink, stamp the various leaves from French Foliage onto the background panel.   Create masks for the leaves and stamp the script and postage mark images as well.   Add additional color with the Tangerine Tango Stampin’ Write marker and stamp the splatter image using Night of Navy Classic Ink.

Using the 1” Square Punch, punch out the entire panel.   Randomly position the punched squares and adhere to a piece of embossed Whisper White cardstock panel using Stampin’ Dimensionals®, trim and mount onto the Tangerine Tango cardstock panel.

Stamp the sentiment using StazOn® Jet Black Ink onto Crumb Cake cardstock, create the banner points using the Hexagon Punch and add to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals®. 

Adhere the retired Night of Navy button with Natural Linen Thread to the sentiment and mount the entire panel to the Whisper White card base to finish off the card.

Stamp Sets:  French Foliage, Absolutely Fabulous

Ink: Staz-On® Jet Black, Night of Navy Classic Ink, Stampin’ Blendabilities™- Daffodil Delight, Night of Navy and Pumpkin Pie Collections; Stampin’ Write Tangerine Tango Marker

Paper: Glossy White, Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Tangerine Tango

Accessories: Big Shot™, Woodgrain Textured Impressions™ Embossing Folder,  Hexagon and 1” Square Punch, Plastic Zip Bag, Natural Linen Thread, retired Night of Navy button


Thanks again for taking the time to visit- I hope you have a marvelous Monday!

8 comments:

Claire said...

I so have to try that technique! Those panels look amazing julie - they have a kind of rustic feel to them. Thanks for playing along at Colour Q!

LeAnne said...

This is gorgeous, Julie! You've made me want to try it too!

Jan Clothier said...

Such a beautiful card. This technique makes me want to move blendabilities up my wish list!

Jodi McKinney said...
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Jodi McKinney said...

Julie - you always knock my socks off with your cards. Love this technique and how beautiful you pulled it all together. You are so creatively talented. I can't wait to try this technique.

Jaydee said...

Well, I have never seen this set look so creative! I love that you created almost a collage feel and the colors are fabulous. I need to go check out the tutorial. So glad you played along with us this week, Julie
Hugs
Jaydee

Yapha said...

Oh wow! Those squares are incredible!! Great use of the sketch. Thanks for joining us at The Paper players!

Joanne James said...

Those panels are amazing Julie - I have bookmarked the technique to have a go, I only hope I'm as successful as you! Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week.

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