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Monday, August 3, 2015

BSS MONDAY IDEA - Diesel and Friends

Good Monday morning, and welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff  Monday Idea.

This weeks idea features a stamp by Impression Obsession, called Diesel
and Friends, and some framing.




Here is a wonderful tutorial on how to do the framing, with great
step by step and pictures.
http://www.kittiekraft.com/frame-tutorial.html

Stamp - Impression Obsession-Diesel and Friends (H1945)
I stamped with Versamark Onyx Black ink and embossed with clear
embossing powder.  I like to emboss most images, but you can
stamp with Momento ink. 
I colored with Copics.
Paper - Plaid is Graphic 45 from the Raining Cats and Dogs
Collection.
White, Black and Charcoal Gray Card Stock.
Yellow Stickles on butterfly
If you love to color, this is a great stamp!
I added the ribbon to both corners before adhering
the finished frame to the card.
The tree branch die is Impression Obsession (DIE055N)

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great Day.  Until later.......



6 comments:

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Sue, such a delightful image coloured so beautifully and the framing looks wonderful.
hugs Sue xx

Sue said...

Sue, What a fab image. Loving this card.

Hope you have a good week. Sue

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is slos a gorgeous card Sue, great embossing.
Gr Karin

cotnob said...

A beautiful card Sue, such a gorgeous image and your colouring is fabulous.
Pauline
x

Donna Ellis said...

Sue, thank you so much for explaining the details of your card creation, and the link for the frame. Did you experience any difficulties with the EP and Copics? I've never tried it because instructors advised me that the Copics interfere with the EP. Some say it bleeds. Is that why you used the clear EP? I'd love embossing more images and then color with copics - thank you for sharing all the ways you made such a fabulously detailed card! hugs, de

*Vicki* said...

What a really stunningly detailed image!! You've done a brilliant job with coloring that in as well! Love the papers and how you've incorporated into your finished card! :)