Welcome to Day 2 of our Blog Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® and Quietfire Design!
Kimberly here to show you how to showcase the beautiful handwritten sentiments from Quietfire Design using the fabulous 3D Designer Shapes!
Hello gorgeous sentiment, right? Suzanne Cannon writes all the sentiments with her own hand! To attach the non-backed stamp to my acrylic block, I simply used E-Z® Dots Repositionable Refillable. A couple of passes of the runner on the back of the rubber works wonderfully. Once you are finished stamping, simply use a damp cloth of some type to remove the small dots of adhesive.
I stamped the sentiment onto a white cardstock panel in watermark ink, then heat embossed it with white powder. Blue watercolor paints were applied over the top until I achieved the look I wanted. Don’t forget to wipe away any excess watercolor that may pool on the embossed surfaces of the words. It will make the sentiment pop even more.
To highlight the words, I grabbed my set of 3D Foam Frames. I removed it from the backing and placed it at an angle over the wording.
The backing was removed and gold glitter was poured generously over the top. Gently burnish (or rub in) the glitter and remove the excess. Yes, glitter gets everywhere, but a gentle breath or two and a pass over with a paintbrush will remove the unwanted specks.
The sentiment needed real stars too. The smaller stars in 3D Foam Stars were just the right fit. They too were glittered.
Join us all week for the Blog Hop with Quietfire Designs!
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Supplies: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® (E-Z® Dots Repostionable Refillable, 3D Foam Frames, 3D Foam Stars, E-Z® Runner Permanent Strips Refillable), Stamp-Quietfire Design (If I Had A Star), Cardstock-MFT, Ink- Tsukineko, Glitter and Embossing powder- Stampendous!