Tuesday, October 9, 2012

I had some fun combining Waltzingmouse Stamps backgrounds with Ranger Distress Inks today.  

You can make any shapes or patterns you like.  The possibilities are endless.  I started with a 3 1/2" x 5" piece of white cardstock and cut my pattern out with an exacto knife.  I then took each panel separately and inked it up with a Ranger Distress ink color. (not too heavy with the ink yet.)  

Next, I inked each pattern with Versamark ink and Clear Embossed it.  Lastly I added some more ink to each panel to give it a deep, rich color, and inked the edges with some Black Soot to separate the panels more.  That's it.

Here's a list of the inks and stamped images:

Stamps:  Heirloom Patterns, Off Beat Backgrounds and Eat Cake (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Inks:  Fired Brick, Rusty Hinge, Peacock Feathers, Walnut Stain, Crushed Olive, and Black Soot

Hope you're having a blessed week!!  We're finally out of the high temps and enjoying some 70's.  Doors and windows are finally open!!  Woo-Hoo!!

Happy Stamping my friends!!

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Unknown said...

I LOVE this! Beautiful colors...so saturated...beautiful layout...so soothing. The whole thing is beautiful!

Cards By Jan said...

Hi Tosh...now this is unique!! would never have thought to use fall colours like this...I love your distressing too!!

Rochelle Sodipo said...

This is lovely!

Gabriela said...

Hi Tosh, the distressing is perfect on your card. Goodness, I had to stop and study it for several minutes and then I keep coming back to it. It's wonderful! So glad to hear that your central CA temps have finally started to wane.

Carolyn King said...

love all the gorgeous backgrounds! Awesome card Tosh <3

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