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In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 5 August 2010
Scalloped Candle
Topic: Stamping

Same color disclaimer - the background is lemon yellow. SIGH!

Simple image stamped and colored with watercolor pencils. Then I used Stickles in 'ice' and 'diamond' over the image (one has yellow/gold glitters and one has purple/blue so they enhance different areas)

I used three sizes of nestabilities petite scallops on white, baby blue, and lavender cardstock. The lavender got a greeting stamp added and the embossed edge traced out with a marker. The white layer got the area below the flowers trimmed out and dots added to the scallops with a marker. The blue got the embossed scallops traced out with the marker.

I cut the right front edge of the folded card back 1/4 inch and added that width of blue band to the inside layer. The corners were rounded with a punch. Then I layered the whole thing as shown.

Ddd


 


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