Category Archives: Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver

(2017 c40) Foil it up, Coffee

I Copied my dies on white paper then took them to Kinkos and had them Printed  on the Toner Copier onto black cardstock. Then put them through my heat laminator to “foil”, I cut out with my Nestabilities Labels 14 die, which left a foiled edge on the negative hole. On watercolor paper using my …

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(2017 c38) Balloons, Color Burst

Stampset used:  RETIRED set From Gina K Designs called Eclectic Summer.   I stamped and heat embossed with white. Then I wet down the watercolor paper around the balloons and sprinkled Color Burst by Ken Oliver  and spread around with a wet paintbrush. Next I colored the balloon with Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver.  The …

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(2017 c36) Neat and Tangled, Christmas Wreath

I used Neat and Tangled’s Fractal Cloud  in my Misti Stamping Tool  to stamp in a circle making a WREATH. I colored with SPARKLY  Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver.  The sentiment was stamped and heat embossed. Retired Stamp, actually Retired company: (The stamp is Poinsettia Blooms 2012 from a company that went out of business …

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(2017 c35) Summer Hydrangea with Ellen Hutson Stamp

Stamp set: Mondo Hydrangea from Essentials by Ellen Hutson Heat embossed with gold on water paper.  Next I used Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver; Metalic Saffron, Metalic Sky and for the flower petals I mixed Metalic Rose with the regular powdered Color Burst Violet. The sentiment was cut with Positive Word by Julie Ebersole EEDIEJ-042-16  Challenges entered: …

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(2017 c30) Essentials by Ellen, Mondo Hydrangea

Products used:  Watercolor Paper, Gold Embossing Powder, Versamark Ink, Stamp set: Mondo Hydrangea by Essentials by Ellen Hutson Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver;  Metalic Madarin, Metalic Saffron, Metalic Rose and a little addition of regular Colorburst for the centers of petals: Orange and Merlot. Challenges Entered: EssentialsByEllen:  Pin Sights Challenge SimonSaysStamp:  Anything Goes (Wed) …

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