Can you believe spring will be here in just a few more weeks...rom the birds singing, to flowers bloom, to bamboo covering the yard it will be Spring. Beautiful colors, rebirth of plants and trees, beautiful colors and warm sunny days it will be Spring. So I would like to share with you how to make a background with Distress Stains and a Black Zig Marker.
Started with a piece of water color paper and distress stain to make my background, making sure to overlap a bit.
Once the stains are placed on the watercolor paper, take your H2O pen and blended them together. Make sure you allow the stains to dry thoroughly before doing your line work with your zig pen or it my run. (I used my embossing gun to speed up the time)
Stamp several Heartfelt Posy Patch Flower onto a piece of Miss Caroline paper from My Minds Eye. I fussy cut all of the pieces out and rolled them with my McGill Blossom Tool set so they would have dimension, also added a gemstone to each of the centers. Place your blue mesh down and then add your flowers you have prepared. with glue dots. I actually stapled the edges of the blue mesh down to hold into place. Make sure to stamp your sentiment on to your card. I did mine after I glued the flowers on but you may want to do this before. I hope you try making your backgrounds and try your hand at fussy cutting your stamped images. Hugs Pammejo
Supplies Distress Stains: Antique Linen, Bundled Sage, Peeled Paint, Forest Moss Heartfelt Posy Patch Flower Stamp Technique Tuesday Favorite Memories and Beauty of Spring Stamps My Minds Eye Miss Caroline Blue Mesh
All photographic work is protected by copyright law. It can not be copied, reproduced and sold without the written permission from the artist. It can however be used for your own personal use but not for financial gain. Credit can not be taken for an image or product by anyone other than the artist.
As information: because of unexpected delays, customs fees and added shipping cost I will only be able to select and ship to winners of my blog giveaways in the Continental United States. Thank you.
Follow Me On Pinterest
Pin Me Now...Create Me Later
Cure NF for Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn is an eight year old fighting neurofibromatosis. One child out of every 25oo is born with NF. Neurofibromatosis is a chromosome disorder that can cause tumors to grow on the nerves throughout the body at anytime. NF is responsible for learning disabilities, seizures, hearing and vision loss, deformed bones, and many more difficulties. Kaitlyn has five lesions in her brain, one on her skull, and one on her hip. NF has also given her epilepsy and learning delays.
For more information about Kaitlyn visit:
Scrapbook News & Review
Former Front Page/Blog Staffer
Creative Chemistry 101
Guest Artist - Jan 21, 2013
Create & Decorate
2012 October Craft It Forward Winner
Scrapbooking and Beyond Summer 2012
Featured Table Top Turkey 10/2012
Altered Arts Winter 2011
Published Spring 2011
Published Feb/Mach 2011
Scrapbooking News and Review
Featured on Cosmo Cricket 3/23/11
"August2010 GCD Spotlight Gal"
11/1/10, 3/9/11, 5/31/19
Featured, I Spied, Final Encore
SRM Stickers "Featured" 10/22, 11/19 2010
Featured on Patches of Pink- 3/8/11, 6/9/11, 6/30/11, 7/4/11, 7/28
Ideas for Scrapbookers