I'm also entering this one in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, which you can find here!
This card uses a bunch of difference techniques. There's heat embossing, ink blending with Ranger Distress inks, and water colouring with Inktense pencils. This is a pretty time consuming card, but thanks to the magic of iMovie, and I've shortened it down to about a 10 minute video.
Some of the things I cut out were the 3 times it took me to actually get the black card stock to the right size, the process of heat embossing, and the blob of water I dropped on the side of the almost finished card. I went back later with more Distress ink and fixed it up after shaking my head in disbelief. But really, who puts their water right above a card???
At one point my son came in the room and offered to get me a cup of coffee. Sidetracked, I stuck my yellow ink blending tool in the Peacock Feather ink, and then had to clean it off. That didn't make the final cut either, I'm sorry to say.
Now that that's out of the way, sit back, get comfy and enjoy! I'll list the supplies I used at the end of this post along with links to buy them online. Some things I bought locally at Curry's Art Supplies, like my Inktense pencils, but they're all available online. While you're there, be sure to click the subscribe button! And while you're at it, feel free to follow my blog right here too!
Oh! And a quick shout out to Amy at Prairie Paper and Ink (a fellow Canadian, by the way, although a few provinces away) who was kind enough to answer a question I've had for a while now! Thanks Amy!
Things I used...Tim Holtz Watercolour Paper - SSS
Simon Says Stamp Black and Turquoise Card Stock - SSS
Inktense Pencils - SSS
Ranger Distress Inks - SSS
Ranger Distress Inks - EH
Lawn Fawn Home Sweet Home Stamp Set
Stampendous Family Home Stamp Set - Stampendous
Stampendous Family Home Stamp Set - SSS