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Monday, February 23, 2009

Twinkling H2O Halo

I see so many cards with images that have a hint of blue or yellow around them. No matter what I try, nothing seems to work easy for me. I decided to try my Twinkling H2O and chose the color Blue Ice. I spritzed a lot of water to mute the color a little more then usual and left it alone for 30 seconds. Once it softened up a bit, I used a dry brush and painted along the image. It gave the image a bit of shiny halo around it. I used my cuttlebug to emboss with A2 paisley folder. The ribbon gave it an interesting twist in the ripped corner. In case some of you do not know what a Twinkling H2O is....I describe it as a paste version of Shimmerz. To get the shimmery results, it requires an extra step and that is to soften it up, but I like the results. You can spritz water into it and paint with it directly onto your image or you can paint right on your rubber stamp and stamp your image. SUPPLIES: #Colored with Prismacolor Colored Pencils *Cuttlebug A2 Folder Perfectly Paisley *Cardstock *Magnolia image "Tilda with Hearts" *Twinkling H2Os Blue Ice *Ribbon (unknown) *Stamping Up Punch
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