Wednesday, September 21, 2011

What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday!

My work desk is not much different from last week so I didn't bother with a picture.  Instead I chose to show you what I worked on...
An Autumn version of what I now call "ink and puff".
I thought that a less spooky version of the tree technique could be done for my autumn cards that I send to the family.
The finished card
The first step.  Ink and puff with the canned air, a tree.  Spritz green Glimmer Mist on the bottom and blot with a paper towel to get a mottled look.  Spritz blue Glimmer Mist very lightly at the top, over the branches and blot as well.
I then made ten copies on my copier and trimmed them to size.
Then I smudged orange ink into the edges.
Next I sprayed orange and red Glimmer Mist onto a scrap of plain copy paper.
And proceeded to punch out about a million little leaves.
Then I glued leaves to the branches.
I glued the leaves so that I could pull the edges up to make them more "life like".
I'm thinking of the sentiment that I will stamp on the back/inside of the card.  I'm also thinking of adding a pumpkin stamp at the bottom.  We'll see.  So many possibilities!!!  
Thinking this technique would do well for a cherry blossom branch for spring... hum?

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  1. Very pretty. I'm not into spooky, so glad to catch this one.

  2. This has to be one of the nicest Autumn cards I've seen - I really like the unfussiness of it. That ink and puff is a great technique and you're right, cherry blossom would look amazing!!
    Hugs, LLJ xx

  3. I repeat--soooo talented! What a beautiful card, suitable for framing!

  4. this is just beautiful, I love this technique!
    happy WOYWW, Debxx

  5. Gorgeous interesting to see how it was created ...makes it even more impressive.

  6. Love the cards. Like the copy and then stick on leaves part the best. I hate making 10 of the same of anything.
    Happy belated WOYWW

  7. That is a gem of a card!
    JoZarty x


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