Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Beautiful You in Bleach Project Sheet

Stampin' Up! Aqua Painters are so versatile.  Here are just a few uses:
... Fill them with water and use with watercolor pencils or dip in ink for watercolor effect
... Fill them with alcohol and add drops of re-inker to paint color directly
... Fill them with bleach which changes the color of your cardstock. 
   This is the technique used for today's Project Sheet.

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  • Stamp Sets Beautiful You (Wood #143004; Clear #143637)
  • Cardstock – Very Vanilla #101650; Basic Black #121045; Sahara Sand #121043; Basic Gray #121044
  • Stamp Pads – Basic Black Archival #140931
  • Misc. – Stampin’ Emboss Powder Clear #109130, Heat Tool #129053, Aqua Painter #103954; *bleach
  • Very Vanilla 8½ x 5½; 2¼ x ½
  • Basic Black 4¾ x 3½; 3-1/8 x 2-3/8
  • Sahara Sand 3¾ x 3
  • Basic Gray 3 x 2¼
  1. Stamp girl on Basic Gray cardstock using black archival ink.
  2. Emboss with clear powder.
  3. Fill an aqua painter with bleach; color inside the embossed image (girl). (*To protect your aqua painter empty the bleach out and rinse under warm water)
  4. On the small Very Vanilla strip, stamp 'Celebrate' using archival black ink and cut a V at the end.
  5. Stamp 'In Style' on lower right side of Very Vanilla card base using black archival ink.
  6. Adhere all layers as shown in picture.
Want to re-create this project at home? Here's what you'll need to gather! Please feel free to click on any image below to go to my online stamp store and Shop with Debbie

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