- Pam Tiedtke, or Pammie Lou
- I love living just blocks from the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, in WI. I am a wife to Greg(for 40 yrs in 2012), mother to Heather and Amber (love my girls), daughter to Marion (deceased in 2012 at 88 y/o, lived a life glorifying the Lord), sister to Paul and Samantha, aunt to Paula, Shelley (and fam) and Jeremy (and fam), owner of Whisper (the cat) and most of all...a child of God, saved by grace through Christ Jesus. Life is a gift! Eternal life, a BLESSING!!!
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Crafter's Companion Card 2
I will be trying to give a decent tutorial
and promote the awesome products that
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I am finding that Crafter's Companion
is teaching me how to create outside of
my usual comfort zone, and this card
is certainly not my zone, but I think it
turned out ok??
I used two different Sheena Douglass
stamps sets to create this card.
El Musico Just Torn
First thing I did was stamp the main
images from both sets, the Just Torn
image twice, using Memento Tuxedo
Black. Using my Spectrum Noir alcohol
markers I began the coloring!
When I got my coloring the way I
wanted I added some Dazzle stickers
to accent the Skull's jacket and a
couple of feathers to perk up his hat.
I colored my extra Just Torn image
and began cutting out some of the
edges for layering on the main piece.
For the main Just Torn image
I cut out the center when I finished
coloring it. I had it stamped on
white cardstock, centered on a
4 x 5 1/4 inch piece. I took my cut
edges from the extra Torn image and
used some mounting tape to add them
to my main card. Next I cut out my
Skull image and placed him so he was
coming through the hole. I used more
of the mounting tape on the back of
my Skull so he would be raised up more.
I added some clear S.N. Sparkle Brush pen
to the teeth of my skull (didn't photo well).
I used a dauber to edge around the
main image layout with black ink. It
was placed on a piece of black cardstock
and boom...my card!
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