вторник, 23 декабря 2014 г.

Water Stamp Card


Despite the fact that I have a positive temperature outside, I'm still preparing for the most important winter holidays - Christmas and New Year!

Most importantly, it's time to make, to inscribe and to mail the cards for grandma, favorite aunts, brothers and sisters, who live in other cities and countries.
Of course, I can not as well forget my friends!
In general, a huge number of cards!

Today I'll show you a simple but my favorite technique of "water stamp."
I have prepared a small tutorial where you can see how easy and gentle looks outcome.




Here are some photos of the result:

Water stamps card tutorial by Maria Potapovich using BoBunny Altitude collection and Leaky Shed Chipboard

Water stamps card tutorial by Maria Potapovich using BoBunny Altitude collection and Leaky Shed Chipboard

I've used the Leaky Shed Studio laser-cut chipboard as an additional border - it is very beautiful in color, so I did not paint it, but merely added a little sparkle by using the Glitter Paste.

Water stamps card tutorial by Maria Potapovich using BoBunny Altitude collection and Leaky Shed Chipboard

Water stamps card tutorial by Maria Potapovich using BoBunny Altitude collection and Leaky Shed Chipboard

As you can see, the water - a great tool for prints! ;)

BoBunny Supplies:
Patterned paper: Cold Snap/Altitude
Combo Sticker: Altitude
Doilies: 4in Small 
Blossoms: Denim Blue Zinnia
Glimmer Spray: Frost
Glitter Paste: Silver 
Kraft Canvas Pleated Lace
Buttons: Altitude
Stamp:  Stitches

and
Leaky Shed Studio laser-cut chipboard


Hope you like this simple technique and will start playing with it. Have fun!


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