Thursday, September 26, 2013

Thank You

Hey, guys, I'd like to share a project that I made for Clearsnap featuring ColorBox® Dye Ink and some fantastic products from Clearsnap. As the air is crisp and leaves are changing, let's make some fall crafts.
The ColorBox® Dye Ink is archival quality, fast-drying and permanent. On this card, I used the new colors from Clearsnap and they are my favorite colors: Suede and Irish.
 
 
To start this card, I stamped the fall flower image using rubber satmp and Colorbox dye ink in suede color. ColorBox® Stylus and Tips work perfectly with ColorBox® Dye Ink to distress the edges. The soft white tips are also great for blending colors in direct-to-paper projects.
 
 
I used water color brush to apply ColorBox® Petal Point Pigment Inks on the stamped image and the colors are gorgeous. Dye ink will not smear when moistened so it is perfect for watercoloring.
 
When mixed with water, dye ink made beautiful color on the seam binding.  
 
Here the button was coated with dye ink and Top Boss® Embossing Powder. I love the pretty texture and sparkle.
 
 
I applied Glue Gloss and Fairy Dust Glitter by Donna Salazar on the colored image to add a little magic. The glitter is packaged in very cute glass shaker bottle and ready to sprinkle onto any project. Love the fantastic fairy dust effect.
 
For the supplies I used on this project, please check here. I really appreciate that you stop by. Hope you all enjoy the weather and happy crafting!
 
Meihsia :)
 
 
 
 

13 comments:

  1. I'm with you chica...I'm so ready for fall and ALL the fantastic creations!! Your card is sensational. Absolutely captures the cool crisp colors I love!
    hugs to you,
    Lisa x

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  3. 沒想到這印台也可以染緞帶耶 還有看起來miu喜歡黃色的花朵 整體看起來 真是舒服 (Y)
    <3 :)

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  4. Wow!!!!!!!!! What a beautiful, beautiful card! Wonderful tutorial as well!

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  5. I love the colors of this card, and it's such a beautiful design!

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  6. Wow, that definitely looks like a lot of detail work! Brilliantly done! And the card is absolutely adorable!

    Hugs,
    Claudia - aka die amelie x

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  7. wow lovely card thanks for the tutorial too, will have to try inking buttons Lx

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  8. Your card is Gorgeous & love the techniques you have used.

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz2.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. Beautiful work! I'm your newest follower!

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  10. 忘了說通關語:SPC BLOG HOP,嘻嘻~~

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  11. Brilliant work on the card, it looks fantastic excellent work show cases all these products, thanks for sharing..

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