Now, today I decided I needed to start having a play with the lovely goodies I'll be working with on my first workshop in ages!! This will be with the fantastic Phill Martin (sorry, I do believe it is fully booked, but there will be more).
First I randomly stamped the solid rose stamp using versamark, and dusted over using the pumpkin mica powder
I then spritzed with the matching ink spritzer
And then spritzed with water to break the ink up and spread it.
I then stamped the lovely sentiment stamp over the top of the image
I decided to frame the image, using the lovely border stamp. I placed the layer in situ, but didn't stick it down, this allows me to visualise where the border stamps need to go. I stamped in versamark, and covered with the mica powder.
I spread the mica over the card, as it emphasises the lovely texture on my card
I then added the second part of my frame
I decided the edge of the card needed inking. Generally I use an ink pad for this, but I wanted the precise colour tone to match the rest of the card. So, I spritzed onto my craft mat, and picked up the ink with a dry baby wipe, then carefully edged the card.
To finish my card, I added ribbon, which I also dyed with the spritzer ink. I popped a dazzler in the centre of the ribbon. I also used the matching glitter glue to add dots onto my stamped images. I love the fact everything matches, it makes it so easy to make a perfectly toned card.