(2019 c92) My Favorite Things Casing Jen McGuire Transparency Windows


Ok I CASED Jennifer McGuire’s Embellished Windows Technique today!  I sponged a light shade of blue Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger over the top 2/3 of card face then stamped with My Favorite Things: Mesmerizing Mandala Background with ed with My Favorite Things: Mesmerizing Mandala Background with it was inked with Versamark Ink  & heat embossed with Clear Ranger Embossing Powder.  Then I used 3 darker inks on top & wiped off the embossing to reveal the image.  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Next came the FUN part of CASEing Jennifer McGuire!  I used gold stars + glitter sprinkled inside and I also inserted the sentiment  strip that is from My Favorite Things: Geometric Greenery stamped with Hero Arts Pigment Ink Unicorn White  into a 8 1/2 X 11 laminating pouch and ran it through the heat laminator.  In the picture above you can see that I adheared it to the cardface and the leftover piece is to the right.  I cut that frame from DCWV Shimmers Stack using my OLD Fiskars 12 inch Portable Paper Trimmer (The link is to a much newer model). See my antique below:Frame using Fiskars.jpg

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  1. Verna Angerhofer

    Beautiful look to this card.

  2. SOOOOO awesome! LOVE the sparkle! Thank you so much for joining us! Meghan Kennihan- DT at Kat Scrappiness! Visit my blog – MadeByMeghanK

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