Smiley from millan.net Good morning!  I probably wouldn’t have this post for you until later today or even tomorrow, but for some ungodly reason, I woke up . . . wide awake . . . at 4:30 this morning.  I’m sure that sometime this afternoon this is where I’ll be . . . Smiley from millan.net . . . but until then

I think I’ll show you an A2 card I made the other day with a new Penny Black stamp I picked up recently.  I also used the new Spellbinders™ Nestabilities® Card Creator die templates . . . which seem to be the only way I can bring myself to make this size card anymore!  I can’t believe that this is the only size card I used to make and now I automatically cut my cardstock at 5.5” square.  Anyhoo, I needed a little thank you card and though this would fit the bill!

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The base of the card was made with the Matting Basics A and B, but the top panel of the card was made with the new Fancy Ribbon Threader.  The seam binding was dyed with Dusty Concord Distress Ink.

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The image is only a portion of the stamp, which I die cut/embossed with Labels Twelve.  First, the image was stamped in Distress Embossing Ink, embossed with clear embossing powder, then water colored with Tombow Markers.  After the watercolor had dried, the embossing was ironed away leaving a Faux Bleach/Batik look.

I guess that’s all I have for now . . . unless you want to come help with laundry today . . .

SHERRY SIGNATURE

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12 Responses to “Faux Batik, Penny Black and Spellbinders!”

  1. Sherry,
    I am in awe of all you do. Truly I hope I will be as creative and make things as well as you do one day. This Thank You card is super cool, love it!

  2. I love this card. It is so you. I love the colors. If I had seen this earlier, I would have ordered some. Oh well. You totally amaze me with your talent everyday!!!

  3. another gorgeous creation…thanks for sharing it with us Sherry…and enjoy your nap this afternoon:)

  4. Your work is so beautiful, Bad Sherry! Love, love, love looking at all your designs!

  5. looks like you will soon hit 2 million on your views=should have a contest to push it over faster 😉

  6. very pretty watercolor look and love that big bow!!

  7. Well, we could have been crafting together. i was up at 4:45. Now I’m ready for beddy bye! LOL

    Love this faux batique technique…gotta find time to do that. It’s loverly!

  8. This faux batique technique is so beautiful. Definitely have to try this one. I have learned so many wonderful techniques from you. So thanks again for always sharing with us. Hope you are getting that nap in that you so deserve. Catch you on your next post. Oh, and how is the family doing? Hope everyone is feeling better, especially Mallory, pregnancy is tough enough without other complications.
    Hugs,
    Marcie

  9. Absolutely gorgeous…fab flowers!!!

  10. Fabulous! I love the technique and that big ole purple bow!

  11. Very pretty card it reminds me of watercolors very nice. Love the technique used. The bow is a nice finishing touch. Thanks for my laugh today I really needed it. Love those little animations they always put a smile on my face. TFS!!! 😀

  12. Sherry, will you please give me a lesson on creating the beautiful bows with seam binding and ink? I just love the look it creates!

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