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Saturday, November 23, 2013

AIR #3 November - Artists Challenge - Monterey Pine


I am here with my third November Tutorial as an Artist in Residence for IMAGINECrafts®/Tsukineko®.  This time is the Artists Challenge - we are featuring the new wood - Monterey Pine embellishments and they are fabulous!  I hope you like how I have used one on my card.


 




  • Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink in Tuxedo Black
    Brilliance™ Pigment Ink in Sky Blue
  • Memento™ Dye Ink in Summer Sky and Espresso Truffle 
    Monterey Pine - Ovals
  • Sponge Daubers™
  • Jumbo Daubers™



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Other: 
Want2Scrap© - Beautiful Bling Borders by Nina Brackett - Beautiful Blooms    
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® - E-Z Runner - permanent, The Manor House Flowers, White card, Brown card, script patterned paper, Luggage Tags, scissors, foam tape, Paris Rubber Stamps by Cavallini Papers and Co


Step 1:  Sponge the Luggage Tag using The Crafters Workshop in Summer Sky and Memento Dye Ink in Espresso Truffle, using Sponge Daubers.




Step 2:  Cut card base 10cm x 30cm, score across the middle at 15cm and fold in half - giving a base of 15cm x 10cm.

Step 3:  Cut patterned paper slightly smaller, sponge around the edges using a Sponge Dauber and Memento Dye Ink Dew Drop in Espresso Truffle.

Step 4: Sponge around the edges of the patterned paper using Memento Dye Ink Dew Drop in Espresso Truffle and a Sponge Dauber. 

Step 5:  Adhere the tag to the card base as shown below using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® - E-Z Runner - permanent.




Step 6: Cut one (1) Eiffel Tower from the French Frills Spellbinders® Shapeabilities®.  Before removing the card from the Die, sponge with the Memento Dye Ink in Espresso Truffle using a Jumbo Dauber.




Step 7: Attach the tag at an angle using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® - E-Z Runner and adhere the Eiffel Tower Die using liquid glue. 

Step 8:  Attach the flowers using glue under the Eiffel Tower Die as shown below.




Step 9: Sponge the Monterey Pine Oval using the Brilliance Pigment Ink in Sky Blue using a Sponge Dauber. 

Step 10:  Stamp the crown image into the inked Monterey Pine Oval using the Memento Luxe Mixed Media Pigment Ink in Tuxedo Black.




Step 11: Adhere the finished Monterey Chip to the card using liquid glue.





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4 comments:

  1. Another easy to follow tutorial and a beautiful card!

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  2. Oh Linda this is amazing - love the Eiffel Tower die cut, and the colour combination is awesome.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Love love this paris. Is my favorite mixed media.

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