Thursday, October 2, 2008

Upsy Daisy

Good morning stampers! Today, I'm sharing one of the other projects we made at my class last weekend. My girls loved this one.

Super easy technique that is really pretty in real life. I'm not sure if it has an official name (for the technique), but it's fun. Just ink up your stamp with Versamark, stamp on your cardstock, emboss with clear embossing powder. Then, take a dauber, dab into Whisper White Craft Ink and smear all over your embossed image. Take a tissue and wipe off the ink on the image. We added a little paper piercing, and some ribbon and shazam, card is ready to go. :)

The Supplies:

Stamps: Upsy Daisy (Stampin'Up!)
Paper: Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Pacific Point, Kiwi Kiss.
Ink: Versamark, Pacific Point, Kiwi Kiss.
Other: Versamark, Clear Embossing Powder, Embossing Gun, Crafter's Tool Kit, Scallop Edge Punch, Wide Oval Punch, Dimensionals, Embossing Buddy, Kiwi Kiss Ribbon, Sponges, Daubers, Distress Tool.

Hope you have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!

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DeeDee said...

Neato!! I love the look...what a fun and easy card to make too!!! You always have the best ideas!!

Stampingcaz said...

Beautiful! Not sure what its called but I would say something like "misty resist" as it looks kinda like the mornign mist.


Tiffany said...

Thanks for sharing the technique. This is gorgeous!!!

Rita said...

I luv it, I'll have to give it a try soon as I get my stamps!

Leslie Miller said...

What a great design for this stamp, Cami! I love the cloudy white! Cool!

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Rose Ann said...

This is soooo gorgeous, and I LOVE the colors!!

Kim Etherington said...

Gorgeous card. I love the look of this technique. These colours look fab together!

Cheryl said...

Oh what a gorgeous card. This set is so very much fun to work with.