Thursday, March 28, 2013
A Blooming Spring
Dreamweaver Stencil LL 3023 Tall Poppy
Dreamweaver Stencil Picasso LL332
Dreamweaver Matte Black Embossing Paste
Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Paste
Dreamweaver Palette Knife
3 Stencil Brushes (either Blue Handled, Gold Handled, or both)
Distress Inks in Mustard Seed, Forest Moss, Pine Needles, Barn Door, Aged Mahogany and Frayed
Non Stick Craft Sheet
Graphic 45 French Country Paper
Ivory Card Stock
Brown Card Stock
1) Distress ivory card stock, if desired with Frayed Burlap Distress Ink.
2) Use Removable Tape to tape the Poppy Stencil down over the top of the ivory card stock. You can tape it directly to the craft sheet.
3) Use the Palette Knife to spread the Matte Black Embossing Paste over the stencil. You can use it as if it were a squeegee. Touch the palette knife directly on the stencil and pull it all the way down.
4) Remove the stencil to wash it, and set the project aside to dry.
5) When the embossing paste is dry, put completely dry stencil over the top of it.
6) Repeat steps 2-4 with Crackle Paste instead of Matte Black Paste.
7) Let dry. As it dries, it will crackle and turn opaque white.
9) Assemble the card.
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