Category Archives: Pink & Main

(2020 c038) Birthday Branches

Stamp set: Collaboration  set with Simon Says Stamp and Alte New – No longer available: SSS 101928 Altenew Dainty Sprig  Stamped on Mixed Media paper with Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with Silver Ranger Embossing Powder,  and painted with Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger . Background Die: Peacock Backdrop Die by KAT SCRAPPINESS colored by sponging Distress Oxide …

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(2020 c025) Alcohol Ink Happy Birthday

The Happy Birthday sentiment is  Pink & Main Happy Birthday PNM200 .  Pinata Alcohol Ink. I love Alcohol Inks and for today’s card, once again I followed Mindy Eggen’s Wispy Alcohol Ink Tutorial found on Jennifer McGuire’s Blog.  There were still some areas that the alcohol ink was dense so I placed Silver Heidi Swapp Minc …

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(2020 c024) Alcohol Ink Heat Resist via Clear EP

My process for this card can be seen in the photos below:  The Happy Birthday sentiment is  Pink & Main Happy Birthday PNM200 .   CHEERS is from Kitchen Sink Make A Big Statement  .  Yupo “Heavy” Paper by Legion from Hobby Lobby,  Ranger Alcohol Inks and Silver Pinata Alcohol Ink.  Versamark Ink  , Clear Ranger Embossing Powder . …

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(2020 c012) Repurposed Ahcohol Ink + Photo Paper Background

  I Love trying new techniques with sometimes odd combinations.  Today’s background behind the Sue Wilson Scandinavian Collection Background Die  was fun to make.   First of all it is a redo from one of my many practice backgrounds from way back in December of 2018 you can see that post HERE   See that card …

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(2020 c004) Alcohol Ink Birthday

Alcohol Ink background was made following Mindy Eggen’s Wispy Alcohol Ink Tutorial found on Jennifer McGuire’s Blog. I used Yupo “Medium” Paper by Legion from Hobby Lobby,  Ranger Alcohol Inks and Brass Pinata Alcohol Ink.  I embossed a frame into the middle of the background with my new die set called  Double Stitched Rectangle Dies by …

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(2019 c127) Snowflake Christmas

Merry Christmas & Wild Wintry Colors and Snowflakes! The background mopping up  Violet Color Burst by Ken Oliver , it is amazing all the colors within this color.   I created another piece with a little more intense color for the sentiment which was cut with Merry Christmas Dies with shadow by Pink and Main and mounted …

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(2019 c112) Pink & Main, Taylored Expressions Birthday

I followed Jennifer McGuire’s Double Resist Technique to create the background.  Using Woodgrain Background by Taylored Expressions, first I stamped the beige background cardstock with Versamark Ink   and heat embossed with clear  Ranger Embossing Powder .  I sponged various browns of Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger over the background and then spattered with water & blotted for an …

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(2019 c111) MFT, Pink & Main Birthday

I followed Jennifer McGuire’s Distress Oxide Spray Resist technique.  On heavy black cardstock I first stamped all the sentiments from  My Favorite Things Sassy Pants Birthday Greetings 2 with Versamark Ink   and heat embossed with clear  Ranger Embossing Powder  using my  Misti Stamping Tool .    I then alternated spraying with Mermaid Lagoon &  Wilted Violet Distress …

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(2019 c109) Altenew, Pink & Main Birthday

Background created in my spray box with   Tattered Angels .  I used my Misti Stamping Tool   and Distress Inks by Ranger to stamp Build A Flower: Rose by Altenew Stamps and cut out with matching dies.  The sentiment was cut out with Pink & Main Happy Birthday PNM200 and inlaid. I finished off with scattered jewels. Challenges Entered: Altenew:  Nov. Inspiration Chal

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(2019 c107) MFT, Pink & Main Birthday

Not the easiest thing for me to do,  but I achieved a 10 minute card! I followed Jennifer McGuire’s Distress Oxide Spray Resist technique.  On heavy white cardstock I first stamped all the sentiments from  My Favorite Things Sassy Pants Birthday Greetings 2 with Versamark Ink   and heat embossed with clear  Ranger Embossing Powder  using my …

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