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Created by: LisaChristensen
Project

You mean the world to me

For mor info on this project visit me at www.MaydreamRose.com These cards were so fun to make with such a perfect stamp set from Penny Black's Fragrant Floral stamps. They reminded me of spring. I also used Penny Black's vine stencil that I have fallen in love with! Then to add all the elements together I used the Penny Black script stamp to make them all work together. I would love to make a set of these as a card set and give them to my son's kindergarten teacher as a thank you gift for being such an amazing teacher to him! (we have the best teachers in Iowa!) My quick tip for these cards is to use ink that works together and won't create mud. Know what inks will work well with each other is really going to be your key to a successful card.For example, I love using peeled paint with walnut stain ink because you get this amazing natural dark green color. Really just blending two colors and playing with different colors will help you find those beautiful colors to make your cards look A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

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LisaChristensen made You mean the world to me with:

Inventive Ink: Colorful Mixed Media Effects

Online Class

Inventive Ink: Colorful Mixed Media Effects

with Marjie Kemper

Project Description

For mor info on this project visit me at www.MaydreamRose.com These cards were so fun to make with such a perfect stamp set from Penny Black's Fragrant Floral stamps. They reminded me of spring. I also used Penny Black's vine stencil that I have fallen in love with! Then to add all the elements together I used the Penny Black script stamp to make them all work together. I would love to make a set of these as a card set and give them to my son's kindergarten teacher as a thank you gift for being such an amazing teacher to him! (we have the best teachers in Iowa!) My quick tip for these cards is to use ink that works together and won't create mud. Know what inks will work well with each other is really going to be your key to a successful card.For example, I love using peeled paint with walnut stain ink because you get this amazing natural dark green color. Really just blending two colors and playing with different colors will help you find those beautiful colors to make your cards look A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

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Beginner