Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Wheelin' Workshop Make-N-Take

This is the final card I demonstrated at my Wheelin' Good Time Workshop. It is also the card that everyone got to make and take home. It is a simple concept of masking of the center area before wheeling the image.
TIP: When wheeling a repeated image onto your project it is best to go diagonally with your images. This helps to throw the eye off and will not show flaws in lining it up as easily.
After removing the mask you then stamp the focal image in the center. We used watercolor pencils and a blender pen to color in the Build-A-Bear image. Build-A-Bear Stamps are exclusive to Stampin' Up!. SU! has a full line of BAB stamps and die cuts for the Big Shot covering many holidays and reasons for scrapbooks or cards. When doing this card design I like to then mat the panel onto a colored piece of cardstock for more support. The Whisper White cardstock is slightly lighter than the colored cardstock SU! has. This makes it ideal for stamping images, but not as good for a card base.

Products Used:
Stamps: Beary Best Friends, Paw Tracks Wheel
Colors: Soft Suede, Whisper White, Black Stazon, Chocolate Chip (Wheel Ink)
Accessories: Watercolor Pencils, Blender Pen

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