Hi and welcome to my blog, I hope you enjoy your experience with me today. Linda Fisher

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Traveler and the 
Reflection Technique
All of my Hostess club members had the opportunity to make this card, and learned the Reflection Technique when we met last month. Once again, I used my membership to Stamping School to CASE (Copy And Share Everything) this card and technique. Information about Linda Heller's Stamping School can be found at:
  • The base is a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 piece of Marina Mist, scored at 4 1/4.  Set aside.
  • The next layer of the Whisper White is 5 1/4 x 4.
  • Next I stamped a 5 x 3 3/4 piece of Whisper White:
    • ship: Tuxedo Memento Black ink, 
    • the reflection: stamped the ship on a piece of wax paper with Tuxedo Memento Black ink, placed it face down on the card, and rubbed the image from the wax paper onto my card.
    • the water:  used Marina Mist ink, and a stamp from Gorgeous Grunge and stamped the image three times (without stamping off).
    • I popped this piece on my 5 1/4 x 4 Whisper White with dimensionals.
  • I wrapped some Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine around these two pieces before I glued this combination to my base.
  • The words, from Teeny Tiny Wishes, is stamped with Marina Mist ink on a 1 x 2 3/4 piece of Whisper White, and the background piece is 1 1/8 x 2 7/8 piece of Cherry Cobbler.  I punched a hole in both pieces with my 1/8" hand-held punch, and tied them to my longer piece of twine.  I cut the tales in both pieces with my paper snips.
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I praise You, because I am fearfully and wonderfully made:  your works are wonderful.  Psalm 139:14

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