Saturday, September 7, 2013

CTMH Huntington and Count Your Blessings #2

Good morning everyone! Hope y'alls weekends are 
off to a good start! It sure is getting toasty here in central OK
considering it's September... Oh well guess that's what happens
when you have a mild July/August...

Well I have another card for y'all this morning using 
The card base is 4.5 x 6.25 cut from a sheet
of Colonial White cardstock. I then cut a smaller
rectangle from Barn Red cardstock as a mat for a rectangle piece
of Huntington B&T both come in the Huntington paper pack.
I stamped my image from Count Your Blessings in Versamark
then embossed it in a brown embossing powder. (from Hobby Lobby)
I then used CTMH inks in Goldrush, Olive, Barn Red and Gypsy as
well as MFT ink in Kraft to 'paint' my image using water brushes (HL)
I also distressed the edges of my image panel and sponged
on in in Barn Red. The Blessed is stamped in MFT Kraft.

I then cut a strip of Barn Red and B&T papers and colored
some White seam binding with my Olive ink and sponge, and 
cut a strip of Bronze shimmer trim to make the 
strip down the side of the image. The double bow I
made using a Bow-Easy.

Be on the lookout for a YouTube video I will we putting
up soon showing how I paint my images
using CTMH inks!

Shop with me here!

Supplies List: from CTMH unless otherwise notes

Paper: Huntington Paper Pack, Colonial White ct
Stamps: Count Your Blessings
Ink: Olive, Gypsy, Red Barn, Goldrush, MFT Kraft
Misc: Bronze shim trim, seam binding, sponge, edge distresser

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