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Saturday, January 13, 2018

Waterfront on glossy card using Brusho Crystal colour and Rubbing Alcohol

Waterfront Stamp Set from the Occasions Catalogue has to be my favourite stamp set at the moment.
Here is a landscape scene I have created using glossy card and brusho for the background.


Step One:  Have your glossy card landscape and sprinkle yellow along the top (about 1/3).  Next sprinkle the Moss green along the middle and then the Prussian blue down the bottom. 


Step Two:  Spray with the alcohol. If you don't have alcohol just spray with water. 


Step Three:  Lay another glossy piece on top with glossy sides touching.


Step Four:  Run a brayer over the top which will distribute the colour over both pieces of glossy card.


Step Five:  Separate both pieces of glossy card. 

You now have two pieces of glossy card to work with.  


Step Six:  Stamp the sun in crushed curry in top left corner and the mountains across the top in marina mist.


Step Seven:  Using the mountain stamp still, overlap the mountain images with smoky slate.


Step Eight:  Stamp the long skinny piece in wild wasabi, overlapping across the base of the mountains.


Step Nine:  Using pool party, Stamp the triangular water image along the bottom  .


Step Ten:  Using island indigo,  add the detailed water image diagonally overlapping each image. 


Step Eleven:  Add the trees stamped in early espresso.


Step Twelve:  From the High Tide stamp set, add the seagulls stamped in island indigo.





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