Category Archives: Versamark

(2018 c68) Poppy Birthday Shaker

Another shaker card, I sure love shakers!  I stamped the poppy flowers  from Stately Flowers 1 by Melanie Muenchinger found at GinaK Designs with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Black WOW Embossing Powder on water color paper.  Then I painted the sky & flowers  with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Polka Dot Pink Chalkboard,Cranberry Zing (discontinued),  Saphire. The gras was painted with Kiwi Perfect Pearls Mist  with Twisted Citron Distress Inks by Ranger . The …

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(2018 c67) Spring Birthday Shaker

I stamped the poppy flower from Stately Flowers 1 by Melanie Muenchinger found at GinaK Designs with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Black WOW Embossing Powder on water color paper.  Then I painted with Distress Inks by Ranger.  I cut the upper right corner with Tim Holtz Sizzix Thinlits 660220 Mixed Media Die.  Next I masked the poppy and wet the background with water and sprinkled Ultramarine Blue Ken Oliver Color Burst (Watercolor Pigment …

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(2018 c66) Mother’s Day Watercolors

3 more cards for this project:   My best CRAFTING BUDDY had this idea for us to make Mother’s Day cards and take to one of our local Nursing Homes since some of the residents may not receive any cards for Mother’s Day.  This is my 2nd set for her project.  We will also be making …

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(2018 c65) Mother’s Day Watercolors

2 more cards for this project: My best CRAFTING BUDDY had this idea for us to make Mother’s Day cards and take to one of our local Nursing Homes since some of the residents may not receive any cards for Mother’s Day.  This is my 2nd set for her project.  We will also be making Father’s …

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(2018 c64) Mother’s Day cards for Nursing Home

    My best CRAFTING BUDDY had this idea for us to make Mother’s Day cards and take to one of our local Nursing Homes since some of the residents may not receive any cards for Mother’s Day.  These are my first set for her project.  We will also be making Father’s Day cards for …

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(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 c58) Dyed Tissue Paper, Enjoy

Once again I apologize for the poor quality of my photograph.  My new battery charger for my SLR Olympus should get here this week and I will take a new picture and replace this once my good camera is charged. My little digital camera is ok for landscapes, but not so great for cards. Like …

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(2018 c57) Dyed Tissue Paper

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 to white cardstock with PVA Adhesive Glue by Tran.  Next I stamped the flower from Club Scrap (unmounted …

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(2018 c56) Coffee: a good idea

I have so many coffee loving friends, I need to make more of this type.  Stamps used:  Caffeine Addict from Sugar Pea Designs , inked with Versamark Ink over it & heat embossed with Espresso Embossing Powder .  Background created by smushing Distress Inks by Ranger: Scattered Straw, Foscilized Amber & Wild Honey onto my craft mat and then spritzing with H2O and then smooshing the …

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(2018 c52) Ellen Hutson, plaid Hydrangea

It may look a little crazy to see a plaid Hydrangea, but I had fun making this Watercolor background with Martha Stewart Patterning Brush Set #32249 using Artist’s Loft Fundamentals Pearlescent Watercolor Pan Set From Michaels.  Next I stamped the Mondo Hydrangea by Essentials by Ellen Hutson on Vellum with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Gold WOW Embossing Powder then I fussy cut the top portion of …

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