Thursday, April 30, 2009

A Card from Diane Byles' Workshop!

Here is one of the cards we made at Diane Byles' workshop! All you do is stamp the butterfly in our White Craft ink, let it dry, and then use a sponge dauber in our chalks to make the butterfly whatever color you want. That technique is called Poppin' Pastels - and you can also do Poppin' Pastels with a Versamark Pad, too! I cased this card from Splitcoast. The recipe is below. All supplies used and shown are from Stampin' Up!, with the exception of the white pen eraser.
Paper: Regal Rose - 11 X 4-1/4; Basic Black - 2-1/4 X 2-1/4; Certainly Celery - 3-3/4 X 2-1/2; Whisper White - 4-1/4 X 3
Stamps: Great Friend (P. 6-7 of the Occasions Mini Catalog)
Inks: Regal Rose; White Craft
Miscellaneous: Stampin' Dimensionals; SNAIL Adhesive; Sponge Dauber; Stampin' Pastels (chalks); White Pen Eraser; Regal Rose Wide Grosgrain Ribbon - 13" long; Silver Brad; Paper Piercer with Mat

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