Category Archives: Versamark

(2022 c017) Stenciled Backgrounds

I created my background floral image directly on the heavy weight white card base. First I stamped using Versamark Embossing Ink using Pink Fresh Dahlia Bunch stampset with Gold  Ranger Embossing Powder. Next comes the MAGIC of the coordinating STENCILS Pink Fresh Dahlia Bunch Layering Stencils I used Blender Brushes by Taylored Expressions to apply Distress …

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(2022 c013) Pink Fresh Framed Hugs

I stenciled the flowers on the card base using Sweet Friend Floral Stencil set by Pink Fresh (there are also co-ordinating stamps and dies). I used Blender Brushes by Taylored Expressions to apply Distress Inks by Ranger  and then blended Black Soot around the inside of the frame shape to frame it with a shadow. The Pink …

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(2022 c011) #cardsforukraine, #sunflowersforukraine, #sunflowerchallenge

Thinking about the Ukraine people and praying for their country. I made 2 birthday cards today using the colors of their country’s flag. #cardsforukraine, #sunflowersforukraine, #sunflowerchallenge I followed Jennifer Mcguire’s Technique video Masked Background. I cut a mask with MFTSTAMPS Inside & Out Stitched Rectangles Stax dies. I used a stampset from Gina K Designs …

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(2022 c002) Gina K Designs DIY Bluebonnet Background

I stamped Stately Flowers 01 @ Gina K Designs with Versamark Watermark Ink and heat embossed with Silver  Ranger Embossing Powder. Then I used my Taylored Expressions Blending Brushes to apply the NEW Villainous Potion and Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger. I stamped & heat embossed the sentiment from the same stampset onto …

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(2021 c042) Dry & Heat Embossed Watercolor background

I used watercolor paper: Steps: 1) treat with anti static powder; 2) choose your choice of impress or depress side of your embossing folder and tap that side gently with Versamark Ink ; 3) run through your die cutting machine of choice; 4) apply embossing powder and gently tap off excess; 5) heat emboss with heat …

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(2021 c035) Father’s Day

Father’s Day cards for my Husband and boys. I stamped the tree from Altenew In My Thoughts  with my Misti using Distress Inks by Ranger , then I stamped again with Versamark Ink   and heat embossed with Clear  Ranger Embossing Powder in order to resist ink when coloring the backgrounds. I used the  Gel Press 5×7 from Hobby Lobby and …

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(2021 c032) Butterfly & Flower Blessings

Disclaimer, Color of band and Blessings are the same red, not sure about my camera settings, colors seem to be off. Sentiment was cut 3 times & stacked with Blessings stamp & Cut set by Hero Arts. Flower from Sugar Pea Designs Pretty Peonies was stamped with  Versamark Ink   and heat embossed with Gold Tinsel Ranger Embossing Powder and then …

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(2021 c030) Altenew Watercolor

I water colored the sky and grass on watercolor paper and then stamped Altenew In My Thoughts   with Sepia Ranger Archival Ink using my Misti . Then I added the watercolor blossoms on the tree and falling down. I watercolored the tree trunk & branches. Finally I placed the WC paper back in the Misti and stamped …

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(2021 c029) Acetate see through window cover

The top cover of  3M Transparency Film (which is heat resistant) was stamped with a partners stamp set called PR101 Hero Arts & Gina K Friendship Blooms and cut with Hero Arts DI198 Nesting Rectangle Infinity Dies (H). It was stamped with Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with Black  Ranger Embossing Powder then I colored the back side of …

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(2021 c025) Shaker Birthday

Shaker made with Spellbinders Grand Holiday Cabinet Holiday Vignettes Collection by Becca Freeken. The central flower was stamped with Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with a discontinued Seaglass Blue Ranger Embossing Powder using Pink Fresh Studio Bloom Stamp Set. On the inside the sentiment was cut using Pink & Main Happy Birthday PNM200 . Challenges Entered: Hero Arts: Stay Crafty with Hero Chal. …

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