Painting with Powder Nifty Gifty

Here's another Painting with Powder project created using the Blockart Wild Flowers from Stampendous once again. The paper mache box was coated in Versamark ink and embossed with bands of color on the sides and black on the top. The sides were also stamped and embossed in black with the Cling Floral Dream image. The lid was stamped and embossed with the Blockart Wild Flowers, and using a Versamarker to fill in and add color with powder (Painting with Powder), several shades from the Razzleberry Embossing Powder Kit were used. Simple notes were created by stamping and embossing the image on black panels in several colors and cutting each into three tiles to decorate the front of each card. Wonderful Class A Peel Dot Sparklers
were added for bling on the notes as well as the lid. An optional tip...use Sharpie markers to add even more color to the Dot Sparklers, making it possible to have every color of the rainbow. For more great tips and techniques with Stampendous products, please visit the Stampendous web site, Stampendous Impressions blog, the Stampendous FB page, and the blogs of all of our fabulous team members as listed at right.

Stampendous:
V202 Blockart Wild Flowers
CRR113 Cling Floral Dream
EP111 Midnight Black Embossing Powder
EK09 Razzleberry Embossing Powder Kit
EK07 Pastel Party Embossing Powder Kit
AC672HSS Class A' Peel Dot Sparklers
VM001Versamark and VP001 Versamarker

Plus:
paper mache box
Bazzill cardstock
envelope template
Creative Impressions ribbon

Comments

Melinda said…
Pam, I love it! What a great idea to use your Class A Peel stickers to create the flourishes. Thanks for the inspiration.

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