The Wednesday Challenge for the Simon Says Stamp is about resist techniques with Impression Obsession.
I chose the emboss resist technique.
First I thought I could do a happy birthday background, but the stamps is so big, it wouldn’t make sense through the window.
I showed in the last video how I did this intricate double partial die cutting and since I had this panel left over I thought I’d better use it.
So this panel is made with Neenah Solar white and stamped with Memento tuxedo black ink.
The sentiment is from Impression Obsession (c9935)
And I stamped with Versafine onyx black ink and the Misti as it’s a rubber cling stamp and I find it hard to line up straight.
I test stamped it on the Simon Says Stamp grid paper, and after I adjusted it slightly I stamped it on the card panel and then heat set it as it’s Versafine.
I colored the dragon with my Spectrum Noir markers. I wish I had more purples as I really wanted a purple dragon (my favourite color) and I also looked at my Copic collection and a twinmarker.
Wink of Stella clear glitter pen on it’s wings.
For the background I traced the opening onto the card base and masked the edges so nothing would peek out from behind the card panel that is slightly smaller (1cm)
I used Versamark ink to Stamp the Hero arts (tiny stars). I wanted a patchy stamp, so not perfectly covered night sky, I kind of regret that now there’s a patch on the lower bit of the window ;-), ah well...
I then sprinkled on Wow! Clear hologram sparkle embossing glitter and heat set it.
To make the night sky I used Distress inks( black soot, chipped sapphire and faded jeans) as per one of my recipes, just left out the stormy sky, fitting four colors into that little opening seemed a bit ott.
Mounted the panel with foam tape and adhered it tot he card base.
My Distress inks recipes: http://cardsbymaaike.blogspot.nl/2016/08/distress-inks-recipes-for-blended.html
For more information on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, see this