Category Archives: Color Burst Powder Pigment by Ken Oliver

(2018 c59) Dyed Tissue Paper & Texture

Once again, apologies for poor photo quality, The charger is on its way. Like the previous post I followed the tutorial by Julie at Club Scrap called Dyed Tissue Paper Terchnique. For the tissue paper I used Ancient Page reinkers:  Lemon Peel, Tourquois & Jade.  As you can see on the picture to the right the biggest piece has been adhered …

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(2018 c48) Happy Birthday

Both purple backgrounds were made on watercolor paper with Color Burst by Ken Oliver.  The central one was also spritnkled with waterdrops. The sentiment is from  Painted  Greetings stamp set by AltENew.  I stamped on Vellum with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with black WOW Embossing Powder .  It was cut out with a retired set from Spellbinders Ribbon Tag Trio that can still be found on Amazon, Ebay or …

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(2018 c27) My Favorite Things, Faux Letter Press, 3 sets

Background colored with Fuschia Ken Oliver Color Burst (Watercolor Pigment Powder),  This was cut out with My Favorite Things Dienamics Inside & Out Diagonal Stitched Rectangle Stax dies.  I followed Jennifer McGuire’s Faux Letterpress Technique to impress the 2 smallest My Favorite Things Dienamics Linked Chain Oval Frames dies into this background.  I used the largest one to cut a frame from a gray …

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(2018 c19) Blessings, Hero Arts, Ellen Hutson

Background for card and Hydrangea created with KColor Burst by Ken Oliver.  I stamped  Mondo Hydrangea from Essentials by Ellen Hutson with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with white WOW Embossing Powder.  Blessings was cut with Blessings stamp & Cut set by Hero Arts and the small sentiment is from the same set. Challenges Entered: EllenHutson:  February Mix It Up with Hero Arts (Feb 1 – 13) WordArtWednesday:  Chal. …

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(2017 c66) Ellen Hutson, Spellbinders, Unity, Color Burst, Xcuts

I had fun making a Hydrangea Christmas Tree, pretty different hugh? Here are some photos sharing the process: Stamp set: Mondo Hydrangea from Essentials by Ellen Hutson Added powdered Pigment product called Color Burst by Ken Oliver  then spritzed with water.     For the background I watercolored with Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver Metalic …

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(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 c8) Thank You Hydrangea

DieCutDivas:  Feb is Month for Red or Pink For the background layer, I stamped on watercolor paper that had been colored with powdered Pigment product called Color Burst by Ken Oliver.   I stamped the Mondo Hydrangea with Versamark and heat embossed with gold EP then cut it out with the Mondo Hydrangeo die by Ellen …

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(2017 c3) Love Sparkles & Shines

The heart was cut with Spellbinders Media Mixage Hearts One (This is hard to find but any heart die will do).  I mixed Ken Oliver Color Burst (Watercolor Pigment Powder) with Golden Glass Bead Gel on my craft mat, then applied to the heart with a palette knife and let it dry overnight. The LOVE die …

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(2016 c33) Unity Red, White, Blue & Color Burst

  The first two stamps are from Unity Stamp Co.  called Beautiful Inside and Out.   On watercolor paper I stamped the sunburst (which is supposed to be a burst of fireworks) with Versamark and heat embossed with silver EP & then off set & re-stamped and heat embossed with white EP.  Then I stamped the …

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(2016 c27) Share the Love with Essentials by Ellen and Winnie & Walter Day 1

Share the Love with Essentials by Ellen and Winnie & Walter Day 1 Floral Challenge For today’s background I am using a freebie from Winnie & Walter, LLC, at http://www.winniewalter.com. It is from The Gossip Column: The Geometric Generation Digital Elements, called Facetnating. After printing several of the designs I took them to a print shop …

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