Tuesday, October 9, 2018

SHOPPING OUR STASH # 375 - Giving Thanks


Hello and welcome back crafty friends!
This week at SHOPPING OUR STASH
we are giving thanks, either to celebrate Thanksgiving, or 
as a simple Thank You, your choice!

Here's what I came up with:


I used a few powder dyes spritzed with water on some mixed media
paper for a water color look. Once dry, I spritzed it again, this time with gold Glimmer Mist.
This was die cut using a leaf cover plate.
I tried to get a close up picture of all the gorgeous shimmer, but you
know it's super hard to achieve.


The single leaf on my sentiment panel is actually a 3D foam leaf from Scrapbook Adhesives.
I won a package of them many years ago, and recently came across them, the package
never opened until now. I dipped one of the sides in embossing powder and heat embossed it.
Looks really cool so now I may have to try this technique again.

We'd love to see what you create in the Shopping Our Stash gallery, and hope
you'll join us this week! For more amazing ideas, simply visit my teammies blogs to
see what they came up with!
Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a fabulous day!





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Supplies:
Stamps: Avery Elle - Merriest
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa; VersaMark
CS: Taylored Expressions; Darice
Accessories: Magenta- Nuance powder dyes - red, orange, grass green; water mister; GC; SB - Leaves a Fallin' die; MFT - zig zag stitched square die; Stampendous - champagne and carnelian pearl EP; heat gun; MISTI; Tattered Angels - gold Glimmer Mist; Michael's - burlap ribbon
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Thin 3D foam squares, 3D foam leaves; Recollections - tacky tape

3 comments:

  1. Bravo on this one! I love that leaf plate, and the way you colored it is truly fantastic-- perfect tones. A+ Thanksgiving card!

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  2. Love the warm colors you mixed for this panel and the fabulous die you used to cut it, they are just perfect for your beautiful Thanksgiving card.
    XO

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