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Project - Embossed Resist with Brilliance Inks



These are lovely, TFS, I'm going to try this.....

I love your cards !!! I think I have some Brillance ink in my stash, off to check, thanks for sharing

Gorgeous cards Daria! And I bet the shimmer a lot more in real life. Love the various shades of colours that you got.

Hi, Daria! These cards jumped out at me right away. They are so elegant. And I know how the Brilliance pearlescent inks shimmer in real life ... I can just imagine how stunning these are in person! <img border='0' src='/graphics/mbicons/smilies_v2/smile.gif'>


So glad to see you tried this out from the card we saw at Jazzy Crafts. Like your color choice, and can imagine how beautiful it looks IRL.


Beautiful Job

Project - Embossed Resist with Brilliance Inks
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Project - Embossed Resist with Brilliance Inks
by djc
posted 06/10/09 at 05:11 PM
Galleries: Stamping

Cards measure 4 1/4“ x 5 1/2”.
Card is black linen cs by Paper and More. Matting is Pearlescent Cover, Frost by Worldwin Papers.

I lifted these cards from a sample I saw at Jazzy Crafts in Castro Valley. The lady there was kind enough to tell me how she made it, and it is super easy.

I inked the Inkadinkado image with VersaMark and heat embossed it with Judikins Black detail EP. When cool, I used make-up sponges (those triangular ones) to apply Brilliance ink to the card. I just swiped it on going from side to side. Where I wanted more color, I just thumped on some more ink and then swiped it with the sponge some more. I used a paper towel to wipe off the embossed image. That wasn't really necessary; very little ink came off. It just made me feel better to do it. I let it dry and then cut the image to size and mounted it onto the card.

The first card has Brilliance Pearlescent Inks in Sky Blue, Jade, and Ivy. The second card has Brilliance Platinum Planet, Galaxy Gold, and Cosmic Copper.
Thank you, Jazzy Crafts. TFL. Daria

It seems I always have to come back and add that the colors are so much prettier IRL. The colors are deeper and they shimmer, and the black is blacker. Give this a try and you'll see. djc

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