Thursday, April 30, 2009

Another Spellbinders Impressabilities Tutorial

Today I wanted to share another way to use your Spellbinders Impressabilities. For this card I used the Impressabilities as a stencil.

This technique is very easy. You need an Impressabilities template, a piece of paper, an inkpad, and an ink applicator of any kind.

Place the Impressabilities anywhere on the paper. This card is 6x6, so the template would not reach all the surface with one placement. I moved the template all over the edge of the card, turning it at angles, just having fun. Make sure that you push gently, straight down. If you push too hard, or at an angle, the template will slip. You could try some removeable adhesive on the back of the template, I have found that to work quite nicely.
I am hoping that today my allergies stop beating me down. My meds aren't working and the congestion is miserable. Its hard to think when you are all stuffed with fluff. I hope that you are feeling wonderful today! thanks so much for stopping by!!!
Cardstock-Prism (Sage)
Patterned paper-K&Co (Madeline)
Stamps-Impression Obsession (Anytime Messages)
Pearls-Kasier (Pewter)
Ink-Clearsnap (Colorbox Chalk Creamy Brown, Dark Brown)
Embossing powder-Stampendous (Clear detail)
Transparency-My Mind's Eye (Tiny Dancer collection)
Twine-Martha Stewart
Button-my stash
Tools-Spellbinders Die Templates (Deckled Rectangles Small, Butterfly Impressabilities), EK Success Slim Punch, Clearsnap (Colorbox Stylus)


Tracey said...

WOW! Another stunning card Kim!!

Michelle (Lady2cu) said...

Gorgeous card, Kimberly! And I DO SO appreciate the tips on using the Impressibilities! Love the technique and the beautiful effect!

Regan said...

totally gorgeous Kim, I saw your lovely creation in May cards...nice!

Niki Estes said...

Gorgeous card, Kim! And I thought that was patterned paper at first! What a fun technique!

Carolyn King said...

A stunner for sure Kim!!!

They are so lucky to have you---you rock sistah!

Amy Sheffer said...

Beautiful, Kim! Love the stenciling and the rich, warm colors!

Deanna said...

So pretty Kim! Wow!

Diana said...

WOW Spellbinders are so incredible! Love your work.

Adela said...

Another "WOW" card from you! Thanks for showing this technique.

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

This is a fantastic technique and gorgeous finished card. I just ordered three of them & I can't wait to try this. Thanks so much for sharing your talent! :O)

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