Today I am posting for Club Scraps Monthly Technique Challenge. This month we are using bleach. So join me as I tell you about how I used Bleach to create my design.
|Bleached background using Transformations: Septembers Club Stamps|
|Household bleach, and a rubber stamp. |
|unknown brown card-stock, suspect Gina K|
|Club Scrap Brown|
I was wanting more of the yellow coloration, so hunted in my stash until I found a brown that bleached the color I was after.
The Club Scrap example will be turned into a card and posted at a later date.
Once bleaching was done, I turned to the rest of the card which was straight forward. The bleached card was matted onto Core-dinations by Ranger in Gold. The Sentiment was cut and stamped onto brown card-stock and heat embossed with Ranger Fine Gold Detail. The Chinese coin was also stamped and heat embossed in the same manner and fussy cut.
The Ginko leaves were complete in the following photo tutorial:
|1)Static Powder applied|
|2)Stamping onto Card Stock|
|Product used: Primary Elements in Ancient Gold|
|4)Application of Primary Elements|
|5) All the image covered.|
The green Ginkgo was made the same way, except Golden Jade Primary Element was substituted for the Ancient Coin.
All of the elements were adhered using 3d tape and fun foam, and then matted onto an A-6 card base (4.5" X 6.6"). All done!!
Club Scrap: September Kit, Transformation: Bamboo Background, coin, Ginkgo leaves.
Available at: http://www.clubscrapshop.com/
Other supplies used:
Ranger Fine Detail Embossing Powder: Gold
TIM HOLTZ® CORE’DINATIONS PAPER – DISTRESS: Metallics
Gold embroidery floss
Fun foam and 3m mounting tape
Brown paper was from Stash but card base and brown used for Ginkgos was from Club Scrap.
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