Dazzler Birthday

Dazzlers Heather Telford

Look! It’s not all autumn leaves and snow scenes around here. I pulled out a set of  flower/circle pattern transparent stamps and gave them the watery treatment. I stamped them on watercolour paper in three different distress inks then spritzed the panel lightly and let them bleed into each other a bit. After trimming my panel I added both some ink splatter and some dark sponging around the edge with barn door ink. After heat embossing the diecut sentiment in silver I wanted a little silver on the patterned panel too so I flicked my silver wink of stella pen. It wasn’t quite silvery enough so I sprinkled some embossing powder over the same area and it stuck to the wink of stella ink making it possible for me to heat it and achieve a fine sprinkle of silver. You can just see it in the top left of detail photo below.

Dazzlers detail Heather Telford

Stamps:  Dazzlers (PB)
Creative Dies: Celebrations (PB)
Inks:  Fired Brick, Festive Berries, Worn Lipstick distress inks (Ranger) Versamark (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Fabriano 100% cotton hot pressed watercolour paper, Neenah Natural white cardstock, red cardstock
Also: Silver embossing powder, Silver cord, Wink of Stella silver marker

5 Comments on “Dazzler Birthday”

  1. Lindsey says:

    Love the delicate silver die cut sentiment against that vibrant background — beautiful!

  2. Maria says:

    Hi Heather. Stunning and striking card,love the red with the silver
    Have a lovely day crafting….

  3. Gorgeous! I love the sprinkling of silver xxx

  4. Red…my favorite color! Gorgeous and beautiful!

  5. Jono Hamer-Wilson says:

    Heather, has anyone else said they’re not seeing the images when they click the email to download? I’m having the same trouble wiht all my wordpress friends. But other blogging sites don’t seem to give me the same trouble. Any suggestions?

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