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In & Out of Studio 3D
Sunday, 21 September 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 4 - Alphabert & Sentiments
Topic: Online Class

Our first lesson of day 4 was on using alphabet letters as 'objects' on our card. For example, the instructor used an umbrella image and had letters 'raining' onto it.

I chose to use my letters as leaves.

I first inked the background of an embossing folder with blue chalk ink. When I used the Cuttlebug to impress this on white cardstock it inked the sky while making the embossing of the tree. I then used brown chalk ink direct-to-paper to color the raised surface of the tree and green chalk in to color in some grass.

I stamped the letters of AUTUMN randomly in the tree, falling through the air and piled on the ground. then another brown ink was used to stamp the sentiment which was then shadow-inked with a brown marker. I used this same marker to doodle around the panel.

I mounted the panel on brown cardstock with an exposed border.

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Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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