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CardMaker - - Card-Making Techniques - De­sign by Deb­o­rah Nolan

MA­TE­RI­ALS

Papertrey Ink dark choco­late card­stock Ranger Dy­lu­sions Jour­nal In­sert Sheets WPlus9 Cu­ri­ous For­est Friends stamp set and die set (#WP9D-161) Imag­ine StazOn ganache ink pad Ranger Dy­lu­sions acrylic paint: chopped pesto, fresh lime, lemon zest, melted choco­late, post­box red, pure sun­shine, squeezed or­ange My Mind’s Eye red enamel dot Sten­cils: Ranger Dy­lu­sions (Leaves #DYS47063); Stam­pers Anony­mous (Wood­grain #THS023) My Fa­vorite Things Blueprints #18 die set Die-cut­ting ma­chine Gelli Arts: Gelli Print­ing Plates (8 x 10-inch, 3 x 5-inch), brayer Acrylic block larger than 3 x 5 inches 3M ad­he­sive foam tape Tom­bow: ad­he­sive run­ner, liq­uid glue 7. Stamp leaf print onto panel with print­ing plate; let dry. 8. Cut a 3 x 5-inch panel from print; ad­here to card. 9. Stamp branch onto brown card­stock; die-cut. High­light with lime paint. 10. Stamp bear, bees, nest and sen­ti­ment onto pa­per left­over from print; die-cut shapes. 11. Ad­here shapes to card us­ing foam tape as de­sired. Em­bel­lish with enamel dot. • 1. Form a 33/8 x 5-inch card from brown card­stock.

2. Bray lemon, sun­shine, or­ange and red paint onto 8 x 10-inch print­ing plate in om­bré style (grad­u­ally blend­ing one color into another).

3. Place wood­grain sten­cil on plate and bray brown paint over sten­cil; re­move sten­cil.

4. Bur­nish and pull print; let dry.

5. Mount 3 x 5-inch print­ing plate onto acrylic block; place leaf sten­cil on faceup plate.

6. Bray med­ley of pesto and lime paint across sten­cil; re­move sten­cil to re­veal inked leaves on plate.

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