Over at Cuttlebug Mania challenge they wanted us to use orange, so I water colored this digi and mounted it on white then orange cs base. The white layer was die cut with dotted frame. Stamped sentiment with black and added glossy accents in black to flower centers.
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- The sentiment has glitter that is so bright and shinny. I love making these from waterproof label material that I cut with Silhouette then sprinkle glitter on sticky side. The finished word then gets glued on gray cs with stenciled harlequin with versa mark and die cut dot boarder. All mounted on white cs base.
- Waterproof Material: I got this in to make canning labels but find many uses for it
- Glitter: Got my first bottle of this glitter at a craft fair but then found more colors online. Glitter goes where you put it and stays there, once you rub it with your finger. Can be colored with copics.
My idea was to foil the butterfly so I cut it out with Silhouette and spread transfer gel on it. Once dry, tried running through laminator with pink foil. It was only foiled in places, so went with plan B and coated the part pink butterfly with versa mark and chunky clear heat embossing. Ran that through laminator with pink foil. Again only part covered, but I quite like the over all effect. The pp is a new embossing folder cut down and colored with copics. Circle tags and sentiment cut on Silhouette. Bottom layered colored with copics and sentiment got versa mark with glitter embossing powder. Pink layer was part dry embossed in herringbone and all mounted on white cs base.
Printed digi then colored with copics and sponged kraft after masking squares. Mounted on white then kraft cs base.
Used stencil loaded with clear gesso colored with light blue reinker to stamp image. Laid stencil other direction and sponged coral. Die cut with stitched lines then mounted on coral cs with stencil heat embossed with clear. Added stamp stitching lines in same blue ink. Tags were cut on Silhouette then sentiment stamped in navy ink. Punched dragonfly in light blue cs.