Thursday, February 16, 2017

Painting the Roses Red

I'm painting roses red today, no really! I will show you how I did it too. 
Start by stamping the Freshly Picked Rose Stamp in Antique Linen Distress Ink.
Color in your rose using various distress markers.  I scribbled on my craft mat and then picked up the color using a water brush.  The Antique Linen just kind of disappears when you color with the darker inks.  You don't have to be perfect.   

Once your image is dry you want to stamp the  Freshly Picked Rose Stamp in a black archival ink.  Don't aim to go directly on top of your original image, stamp just slightly off. 

Cover your entire card with a thin layer of Vintage Distress Collage Medium. Once the medium is dry use your Vintage Photo Distress Crayon around the edges of your rose paper.  Stamp your sentiment.  

Emboss the edge piece using Charred Gold Embossing Powder.  

Adhere your rose to a piece of red core-dinations paper.  Adhere the rose piece to the card.  Glue on your bunny key.  
Don't tell the queen what you did.  But now you know the secret to painting roses any color you wish!
You can enter the Emerald Creek Dare this month and win some money to the store.  Check it out.  
Jess

I am also entering this into the Frilly and Funkie Out of the Cold Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Monday- use your favorite tool challenge(my heat gun is always close at hand).
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday- Fantastic Florals Challenge

  


6 comments:

  1. Love your rose!! And the aged looking background is gorgeous,Jess!

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  2. Oh how I love this! I really love the look of the offset stamping and I am patiently waiting for the charred gold EP to (hopefully) arrive at the funkie junkie. I must ask, where did you find that AMAZING bunny key? I am in love with this as a whole! Super make and best of luck in those challenges!

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    1. Ann, the bunny key is Emerald Creek too! Thank you for all the kind words. I hope you get the Charred Gold. You won't be disappointed.

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  3. Great technique!! Beautiful card! Thanks for the picture tutorial!!

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  4. Beautiful card Jess! I love how you've used the rose stamp as well as combined the embossed border and the rabbit key!

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  5. Beautiful stamping! Love the coloring and off-set stamping afterwards! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Fantastic Florals” Challenge! Beautiful colors and design. Well done on the dimensions!

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