Another Paper Crafts Magazine special issue has hit the stands-Stamp It! Techniques. I don’t think you would be shocked at my excitement at this. :) Its stamping. All things stamping. Its full of great ideas and step-by-step shots. If you have a friend getting into stamping, or if you need some inspiration, I highly recommend this issue. And at $5.99, you can’t go wrong!
The magazine is split into sections by technique. I am thrilled to have this card published in the Marker Magic section!! The Hero Arts image was stamped onto a Spellbinders Long Rectangle (ooh, look! its on sale…see the link below in the supply list). The image was colored with Copic markers and the background was airbrushed. See the scalloped border on the right? I cut that with a Spellbinders Large Format Scalloped Square. Love the shape of those scallops.
One week until I am off to Los Angeles for CHA…yikes! I have so much to get done before then! (Read that as, my MIL is arriving and I need to clean the house…) I will be busy working in the Spellbinders booth, so if you are going, please stop by and say hello. If I get the chance to sneak away and take some photos, you know I will share them with you when I get back. If you cannot wait, stop on over to The Scrap Review to see all the sneak peeks.
enjoy your last day until Friday! thanks for stopping by! :)
Supplies: Stamps-Hero Arts (CL449 Delicate Blossoms, CL342 Everyday Sayings), Cardstock-Papertrey Ink (Terra Cotta, Simply Chartreuse), Neenah (Solar White), Ink-Tsukineko (Memento-Tuxedo Black), Copics (R22, R24, R27, R29, G40, G82, G94, BGOOO), Spellbinders-Long Rectangles Large, Grand Scalloped Squares, Label Trio)