Monday, 20 January 2014

Dylusions Inks on Gloss Card by Susan Butler.

Hello Everyone.
Week three and another Bg with the Dylusions Ink Pad and this time I have used Gloss Card as my base.

Placing the stencil direct onto the inked up pad, lay the Gloss card on top of this and press down firmly. You can repeat with a different stencil to create layers, or you can also spray some water on top of the paper as well, you can see the different effects with the two types of paper below.

I have shown you both effects, as I used the watercolour paper for my flowers on this Card.
Gosh I love this so is so random, the effect every time you did it would always be slightly different; one off's.
You can see the different stamps I used to create some depth.
 Dyeing the seam binding.
Adding the stitching and cutting the Flowers.
Stamped a sentiment on tissue paper, only because each time I went to do it on the Gloss card it slipped and smudged...Grrr!
Glue down with multi-medium matte.
Complete the spray and attach to the card.
 One finished card.

 I am loving the effects on the Gloss card. 
Join me next week for another technique with this Ink Pad.

Have a great day,

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  1. Another fabulous project Sue, I totally love it! What a great technique!!! I NEED one of those ink pads now for sure, love the idea of the stencil on the pad and thanks for showing it on both kinds of paper. Have to say, love what you did with the stitched seam binding too and the flowers look amazing, - what a gorgeous card!!

  2. Absolutely scrumptious... that ink pad is looking more and more desirable in your hands!
    Alison x

  3. Absolutely stunning creation, Sue! I don't have a pad to use with my sprays, but may have to look into getting one. I really love the gloss look, although the watercolor paper is great, too. Thanks for sharing how you did this.

  4. Love the effect on the glossy card Sue. It gives a great crispness to the image. And the watercoloured one makes the perfect flower. Stunning as usual!

  5. Another stunning card Sue :) Just gorgeous.