Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Make a Wish, 7 Kids College Fund


Hello everyone!!   I am here to share my very first project as a part of the 7 Kids College Fund design team.  I love the stamps designed by Mo Manning for Penny Black and chose to use the Make a Wish stamp for my first project.

skin: E04 E11 E21 E00 E000 R20 R11 hair: E57 E55 E53 E51 red: R39 R37 R35 R32 R30 white: C3 C1 Blender blue: BG75 BG57 BG53 background: BG99 White Wink of Stella

I've colored her with Copic markers and the shadowing or background is done with Copics as well but applied with a Tim Holtz water brush filled with 70% alcohol.   My sweet friend Jennifer Dove has opened my eyes to some new fun ways to use my markers.  If you would like to check out the tutorial I learned this technique from you can find it on Jennifer's blog HERE.  The papers I've used are the 6x6 paper pad Yesterday by Carta Bella.




Here is a list of supplies I've used from the 7 Kids shop: 


Remember, when you see a card using products you like, please click on the links I provide in my blog posts when you place an order so I can get credit, and continue to make beautiful cards for you to enjoy. :) 

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today.  I hope you feel inpsired to get crafty!
Head over to the 7 Kids College Fund shop for these supplies and more!





5 comments:

  1. Lizzy, how do you do the little puddles of white drops in the background? They are mixed in with the little rhinestone or glitter dots - or what I see them as. But I'm looking for somethiing to make those white dots and keep them firm rather than flatten out like paint.

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  2. Gorgeous card! Like Linda W, I, too would like to know how to make those white dots that stay 3-dimensional. They are like paint spatters but thicker than paint. Thank you!

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  3. Hi Linda and Nancy! Thank you for stopping by! That is done with Frantage, it is a chunky embossing powder, this one from Stampendous and is the Shabby White color. It comes in other colors, 7 Kids has some on sale now. You sprinkle it onto your project without any adhesive or ink, heat it from beneath- or it will blow away lol, the longer you heat it the more it will flatten out but will stay more raised than paint of ink would either way.

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    1. Thx Lizzy - so you mean we don't need Versamark = we just sprinkle the powder where we want and heat from beneath? How weird. I'm going to get some tho!

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    2. Thank you for answering our question, Lizzy. I've never heard of such a product but I'm anxious to try it! It adds a great touch!

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