Saturday, 30 June 2012

Jacob's coat


 

Hi Peeps
I am very excited to show you a fabulous technique in stamping.As Karuna pointed out recently that we all have indulged into crayons and various ways of using it....playing with crayons in our childhood.It is just an extension of that...but with inks.
Here is my attempt at a picture tutorial.If you have any questions  regarding this please feel free to ask.
All the stuff required to carry out this technique.Glossy paper,Stamps,inks,clear embossing powder ,watermark stamp pad.

Take a glossy paper piece.i measured it and cut it as per requirement

I used Micia Pink pigment ink as the first one to colour a part of the CS.

Next I used blue ink to color some more part.

The third part is green and now we are done with the base.

I used versamark watermark pad to stamp on the coloured base.
I used clear embossing powder to cover the entire surface.

This is where it was heated to get the embossing effect



This is the magical part.Use black ink to evenly coat on the prepared CS.There will be at least three layers of black ink.

This is how it looks.

I used a wipe to wipe away the black from the stamped areas.
This is how it looks finally.





use it the way you want on your card.I used pink ink pad to stamp the image.fussy cut it and used it as an embellishment.Also used some washi tape.



The insides.Stamped the flourish in pink and fussy cut it.
Hope you find it clear and interesting enough to try out.
Supplies used
Black MICIA full size ink pad
Pink MICIA full size ink pad
20 pack pigment ink cube set
INVITATION-CPM 054
Music score on white washi tape
Thanks for passing by and bearing with me.
HUGS!
P.S.There is still some time for you to enter our current stamping challenge.You stand a chance to win a fabulous prize and have fun while stamping.

5 comments:

  1. This is such a cool Technique!!! i am gonna try this fun technique for sure! Thanks!

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  2. very nice technique and very well explained tut!!

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  3. yaa its absolute different technique.
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  4. Such a lovely card Snehal...i love this technique you have done a fab Tute for it...i will definitely give this a try!!!

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  5. Omg! I've never seen or heard about this technique before!! :) Such a beautiful card.. Thanks a lot for the tutorial, Snehal!! :D

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