Friday, August 18, 2017

Thanks a Ton!

Howdy Crafters - I have been at Camp all week long learning new techniques - I learned at the Camp Fire Ombre technique using one color of ink  - I can see me doing this more often - love how it turned out - Obre Sky, Obre Grass, and Obre Elephant,  thanks for dropping in ~ blessings, Gail

Recipe
Please Visit MFT Blog to view video of how to do an Ombre background

Cardstock: White for card base, card front, stamping,DCWV Glitter cardstock for You Rock Blue Prints #11 MFT Die Namics Die, White cardstock for MFT Die Namics Fence Die - Cuttelbug
Inks & TH sponge dabblers for Sky, Grass, and Stamped Elephant for Ombre Look
Spectrum Noir Marker to highlight feet, tail, and inside ears - pink
Versamark embossing Ink, Recollections Snow Embossing Powder -Embossing Buddy,  black cardstock - heat gun - MFT sentiment stamp - Misti - MFT Blue prints 12 sentiment die -
Poppystamps Stitched Landscape border die for the grass
ATG, Quick Dry Scotch Glue, Tape Runner for assembly

It would be an honor to share with

MFT Camp Create - Campfire - Ombre 1E










Crop Stop Linky Party #31 #5 - ATG - Scotch Quick dry white glue, Sponge Dabblers, Cuttlebug are sold at Crop Stop

Poppy Stamps Beyond Border #35 - using Poppy Stamps Stitched border for the grass cut on this card #3

 Cardz TV AG #2

3 comments:

  1. Good luck in your favor with elephant's trunk up on this card. I have the fence die and do not use it much and need to.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Isn't it fun learning and trying out new techniques? Love your sweet little elephant card with it's punny saying! Thanks for linking up to Cropstop with this!

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  3. Wonderful card Gail! love your elephant scene you have created.
    Thanks for joining us over on Poppystamps Challenge blog.
    Pam x

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