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In & Out of Studio 3D
Tuesday, 30 June 2009
Triple Shell
Topic: New Work

This entry WAS posted but then never showed up at the appointed time. SOMEWHERE out there this may magically appear again. Pretend like you never saw it! LOL!

For this card I stamped with Versamark on black cardstock and then used three different tones of Pearl-Ex powder, applied with a fingertip. First I tap it on and then rub it in and finally buff away stray powder from the background.

I then cut them out with a scalloped Nestability die and for each cut a larger scallop in an irridescent cardstock to match a shell.  

The larger scallops went through the Cuttlebug with the 'tapestry'  folder and then all was assembled with foam dots for dimension. The right panel is metallic gold cardstock and it has a clear text sticker on it.

Here is a close-up view of the shimmer.


Each motif also got two matching rhinestones for 'water droplets'.

Ddd

 

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 7:10 AM PDT

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