It took me a few months to actually use this “bisque pottery” technique on a card, but here it is! I brayered Whisper White Craft ink on the underside of the front panel of the Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder, then ran the Crumb Cake panel through the Big Shot. A reminder: heating Craft ink pops the color, and of course dries the card stock faster, too.
Another technique we used on this card — the first time ever — was to use the tiniest bit of re-inker to watercolor. A very little bit goes a very long way! IRL I don’t think the cherries look as pink as they do in the image here; the Riding Hood Red ink really helps deepen the color.
One of my favorite products from the new catalog is this die used for the mat. (That is to say, we had a limited selection of products we could pre-order, and this was at the top of my list!) I love the scallop circle dies anyway, but these beautiful pierced versions are just terrific! Oh, yeah, I’ll use the pennants, too!
Stamps: Pennant Parade*, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: StazOn Jet Black, Whisper White Craft, Basic Black, assorted Watercolor Wonder Crayons and Riding Hood Red Ink Refill
Paper: Riding Hood Red, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Marina Mist, Watercolor Paper
Other: Brayer, Big Shot, Vintage Wallpaper Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Circles #2 die, Perfect Pennants die*, Aqua Painter, Stampin’ Dimensionals
*Brand new today!