Dreamweaver Stencil LL 515
Dreamweaver Stencil LJ 905
Stamping Details Rubber Mat
Ranger Inkssentials Surfaces Metal Foil Tape Sheets
Vagabond or another manual die cut machine
Mercart Metal Teflon Deerfoot Tool (in basic tool kit)
Alcohol Ink Applicator Tool
Alcohol Inks in Stream
Alcohol Inks in Pool
Alcohol Inks in Espresso
Alcohol Ink Blending Solution
Inkssentials Non Stick Craft Sheet
Ranger Perfect Medium Pen
Distress Embossing Powder Vintage Photo
Distress Embossing Powder Spiced Marmalade
Distress Embossing Powder Peeled Paint
Ranger Heat It Craft Tool
Tim Holtz Paper (mine was from the seasonal pad)
Three Stencil Brushes
Distress Ink in Mustard Seed
Distress Ink in Forest Moss
Distress Ink in Peeled Paint
Distress Ink in Vintage Photo
1) Run the pumpkin stencil and the foil tape sheet through the Vagabond with the rubber mat. You will be setting up as if you are cutting a Cuttlebug Die, but also include the rubber mat. Make sure that you have the stencil face up, the metal face up and the rubber mat in the middle of your "sandwich".
2) Use the Mercart tool to push the metal into the edges of the stencil. You are creating "wells" to put your embossing powders in. Be gentle with the tool to avoid ripping the metal.
5) Heat. BE CAREFUL not to overheat and burn.
6) Add the Spiced Marmalade Powders and heat. Then, add the Peeled Paint and heat.
8) When all the embossing is finished, use a craft knife to scrape out the lines in the pumpkin.
10) Use the stencil brushes and Distress Ink to stencil the image onto the paper.
11) Use QTips with Blending Solution to remove any excess alcohol ink.
11) Assemble card.
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