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These are lovely! I haven't done this for a while, with this kind of inspiration I'll have to give it a go again.
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Jenni

Wonderful cards Daria! The resisting and the masking is fabulous and I really like the colours and the design. Got to try this soon.

What a beautiful card!

It is really fun to see how you used the same mask that Jan did yet your cards looks very different.

This is fantastic Daria. I love that you made two completely different cards with your designs. Thanks for sharing all of the products you used. Very creative and love the story about the button.

These are ultra cool...I am looking foward to playing with this challenge but am going to have to buy some wax paper, first.

Project - WF09 Weathered with Wax Challenge
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Project - WF09 Weathered with Wax Challenge
by djc
posted 03/07/09 at 11:06 PM
Galleries: Stamping

Cards are 4 1/4“ x 5 1/2.”
Bazzill Confetti cardstock for base; SU ultra smooth cs for wax resist, edged with Aged Mahogany Distress Ink
Heidi Swapp Masks
Stamp Zia Watercolor Sprays, Chroma Amber and Chroma Wine
Textured Trio yellow ribbon, sprayed with Chroma Wine for both cards

First Card - The POD sentiment and the PSX leaf were stamped with Aged Mahogany Distress Ink. I added Diamond Glaze to the leaf.

Second Card - Hero Arts flower was stamped with Aged Mahogany. The ribbon was swiped with same ink in addition to being sprayed with the watercolor spray. The embellisment was a very cheap, bright gold, plastic piece that was inside of a button. I heat embossed it with Aged Mahogany Distress EP. I forgot it was plastic until the first one started oozing all over. This one I heated more carefully from a greater distance, letting it cool and then going back and heating some more.

Note: The colors are much more subtle IRL, and they are more wine colored than they appear here.

Tami, thank you for the challenge. Daria

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