Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Fanciful flight


This card has a big focal point, the Tim Holtz Fanciful Flight. By the way, I see this one as a dragonfly, but it is actually a butterfly! Whatever it is, it is absolutely beautiful, although all the elements are individual cuts and the wings are only one side so you have to cut them twice and assemble them, check Tim's video in which he explains the concept behind here.

The card was made using another of Tim's dies, the Baroque one part of the Movers and Shapers range. I have to admit that when I ordered it, I wasn't to sure about it.


A close up just because I wanted to show the intricate detail of the overlay, the alcohol inked golden background and the glossy accented body.
I stamped the messages on to the back of an alcohol inked acetate. First, I inked it with my alcohol gold ink and then added some browns, turn it over after it was dry (a few seconds!) and then stamp the message with StazOn. Just to remind every one, you can use StazOn with clear stamps, just do not use the traditional StazOn remover, just use immediately after stamping a baby wipe, that will remove most of the ink on the stamp although it may still leave behind a stain, if that bothers you try the new StazOn All Purpose cleaner which is safe for acrylic clear stamps.

By the way, the Dotty border stamp that was featured the other day matches the 4mm crystals and the 3mm pearls, or vice versa, which are the most standard sizes for self adhesive or hot fix crystals or pearls.

3 comments:

mustavcoffee said...

I love what you've done with this card but I too have doubts about this die, I think it's probably a bit big for me, I think if I had it I would shrink it! But that's just me! xx

Lavinia said...

OOooo lovin this!!! I gotta get that die, its great what you have done with it Paula, love the colours!
Lavinia
x

Rukhshana said...

If you ink your stamp with Versamark first & then Stazon you'll find it easier to wipe away the Stazon after stamping.

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