Miss Ink Stamps – The Hurrier I Go…

Happy Thursday everyone! Thanks for stopping in today. I pulled out the Miss Ink Stamps Alice collection again and created a card fitting for myself these days…

I stamped images from Alice and colored them with my copic markers. I used the scan-n-cut to cut them both out and set them aside.

Next, I inked up a white panel with distress oxide inks – gathered twigs, rustic wilderness and salty ocean – and spritzed it with water, blotting it dry with a dry cloth. Then I stamped the large image from Forest Path with VersaFine ink. I find that this ink sits nicely on top of the oxide, although it takes a bit for it to dry completely so be careful.

I sat my images in place to decide on sentiment placement and thought it looked a little lacking. So I pulled out the Trinity Stamps embossed edge rectangle stack and created a gray frame for the scene. I used liquid glue to adhere it and then stamped my sentiment in the sky area on the upper right.

Finally, I added my two images with foam squares. Alas, still no glossy accents to adorn my projects these days so I opted for Wink of Stella glitter brush pen. I added this to the leaves in the tree on the left, the rabbit’s coat buttons and watch, and Alice’s headband, bow and shoes.

I tried to capture the glitter in the light but the camera was not cooperating with me. It really is quite awesome in person. If you haven’t used one of the glitter pens, I encourage you to. They aren’t too expensive and add a ton of glimmer to your projects.

Products used today:
Alice stamps
Forest Path stamps
Wonderland Wisdom stamps
Trinity Stamps Embossed Edge Rectangle dies
Distress Oxide Ink – rustic wilderness, gathered twigs, salty ocean
Distress Sprayer
Wink of Stella glitter brush pen
Liquid glue
Foam squares

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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