Love - Layout Step by Step

Love - Layout


Cardstock White                                                                         
 2-3 Tim Holtz Distress inks                                                            
2-3 Tim Holtz Distress tools and Foam pads                          
Acylic block
1 Stanzon ink (or archival equviant)                                      
 Clear embossing powder
1 Clear Watermark ink pad                                                        
Texture paste
1 Template                                                                                            
Assorted Stamps
2-3 Ranger Dylusions ( coordinating colours to the ink)      
Dies cuts( for mounting under your photo)

Heat Gun                                                                                      
Ranger Craft mat 

Step 2 : Stamp your background using a clear watermark ink pad and clear embossing powder.

Step 3: Using your Tim Holtz Distress colours start with the lightest working in a circular motion, and slowly build up the colour by repeating this step, for this project make the colour intense in the center of your image. If you over ink your tool swipe the excess off on the Craft sheet.

Step 4: Add the other colours to you page same technique as step 3

Step 5: Using one of your stamps add Stanzon on ink to the stamp, do this quite randomly and stamp over your inked image rock your stamp while stamping to make it more random.

Step 6: Once your happy with the stamping its time to set up your iron.

Step 7: Using a heat resistant mat and your craft mat (make sure its clean from inking) lay paper (computer paper works for this) over your embossed and now inked image.  Allowing the iron to heat it quite well.

Step 8: You will be taking off the embossing powder  and your will see it come through the paper, you taking off all the sheen from the embossing powder.

Step 9: Now with the Tim Holtz Distress inks, use your other set of stamps and stamp over your image.

Complete your layout with a photo, some papers and additional stamping with black Stanz On ink.

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