Techniques Class

Posted by on May 5, 2009 in Flowers, Heat Embossing, Water coloring | 0 comments

Here are the projects for my Techniques Class next week:

This card uses the Manhattan Rose Textured Impressions Die and a brayer to apply the ink to the back side (where the image is debossed, not the front where the image is embossed)

This is the most fun technique ever! Someone demo’d it at a regional seminar and samples are popping up everywhere. The images are stamped in Versamark on Shimmery White cardstock and embossed with White embossing powder. Then you spray the cardstock with water till you have puddles (this is important), dip an Aquapainter in a re-inker of your choice, then touch it to a puddle and watch the colors run. Very fun and addicting 🙂 (This card was inspired by the one seen here:

Here’s the “cracked glass” technique – directions can be found at

This card was cased from Linda Keal whose original can be found at

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