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OLW 34 Boot Camp

One Layer Wednesday is back again.  This week Jennifer has sent us back to boot camp; we are limited to one image stamp and one sentiment stamp and a maximum of two inks.  I had to double check that I had followed the rules as versamark is not  actually a colour.  I really did go back to basics in choosing this stamp and ink colour which were the first I bought from Stampin’ Up all those years ago.

I used a couple of post-it notes to mask the top and bottom of the card base and then not so randomly stamped the snowflake in versamark.  I embossed with clear and then sponged in Not quite navy.  After removing the bottom post it note I stamped some snowflakes in Not quite navy, re-stamping some without re-inking to get the lighter shade.

Supplies:
Stamps: Snowflakes, Short and Sweet
Inks: Versamark, Not quite navy
Cardstock: Flourishes Classic White
Also: Clear e.p.

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9 Comments on “OLW 34 Boot Camp”

  1. sue says:

    This is lovely! And with your sponging tutorial, I think I can do this! Thanks for sharing.

  2. This is fabulous! I really like how the snowflakes are falling down the page and the way the colour is graduated down too! Brilliant!!

  3. LOVE it!! Very creative and eye-catching!

  4. nancy littrell says:

    I love your falling NQN snowflakes and your EB resist technique. NQN was not my 1st SU ink, but one of my 1st. It is still a favorite 🙂 TFS

  5. I’m always amazed at your beautiful and creative works of art! Love this!

  6. marty ferraro says:

    this card is magical.
    thanks for sharing with us!
    marty ferraro

  7. *Chrissie* says:

    Just super!
    I love the gentle fall of the flakes!
    Chrissie

  8. Blue, white, snowflakes, gorgeous!

    Love, love, love this card!

    Great job on the challenge. Thanks for playing along with OLW34!

  9. mustavcoffee says:

    WOW Heather, I love the falling snowflakes and the way they escape from the coloured area, inspirational:0) xx


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