Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Presto Pattern Projects

The ideas for two of these cards came from Gina K. of Stamp TV and Linda Walsh, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Massachusettes.  I had watched both of these two video tutorials and thought that the techniques used were excellent.  

The "you're too kind" card uses the altered Presto Patterns DSP panels from my post on August 17th.  

The '"thinking of you" card features a stamped image that has been quartered to offer a window effect also.

The "Bonjour" card is my own design.  I stamped the white cardstock with Versamark and clear embossing powder to create my own presto pattern paper.  I used a dauber to apply Red Riding Hood ink to the surface and sprayed it with Silver Smooch spray just like the panels in the "you're too kind" card.  I wiped the excess ink from the surface with a paper towel to pop the white resist areas.  I cut the Bonjour and the telephone on the Cricut Expression using the Sentimentals cartridge.  

Products used are Stampin' Up! unless noted otherwise.  The list of materials used is as follows:

Papers--Presto Patterns Specialty Paper, Love Letter DSP
Cardstock--Red Riding Hood, Basic Black, Whisper White, Basic Gray
Inks--Red Riding Hood, Basic Black
Stamps--Teeny Tiny Wishes, Whimsical Words, Stain Glass Window-The Stamp Mill, Background K-3219-unknown
Punches--Scallop Oval, Oval, Scallop Circle, Circle
Embellishments--JoAnne Woven Edge Ribbon, White gel pen, Stampin' Dimensionals, Unknown Crstals

1 comment:

  1. I LOVE your cards! The You're to Kind is my favortie. Thank you so much for stopping by and linking up. I sure hope you stop by ever week!



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