Sin City Stamps: Butterfly Chipboard Book, Gears Die Cuts, Gears 3 Die Cuts, Animal Print Stencil
Love of Butterflies, Art Journaling with Terri Sproul 2,
Paper flowers and embellishments (Recollections, Prima)
Metal gears (Tim Holtz)
Ink Sprays: Seven Seas, Chocolate Covered Cherries (Tattered Angels); Cut Grass, Funky Fuchsia (Dylusions)
Ink Pads: Encore Gold Metallic, Versafine Smokey Gray, Vintage Photo distress,
Metallic Creams: German Silver (Baroque Art); Olive, Gold, Copper, Black (Craf-T Products)
Glue n Seal (Ranger)
Hard Molding Paste (Golden)
White Gesso (Ranger)
First of all, I want to show you the quality of these laser cut wood book covers. These are the most sturdy substrates, and you will be able to embellish these with heavy-duty embellishments without losing stability.
animal print stencil and let dry.
Blend colors a bit with a damp paintbrush and dab off more with a paper towel.
Apply metallic creams to the die cut gears, flowers, and metal embellishments (gold), clock hands (green metallic), stenciled areas (black and gold metallic) and add some gold metallic around the edges.
Inside Front Cover:
Stamp large butterfly onto die cut butterfly book page with grey ink.
Stamp small swirl design around the edge of the paper with Encore gold metallic ink. Adhere to inside front cover.
Adhere ribbon, lace, die cut gears, paper flowers, leaves, and metal embellishments to cover with Glue n Seal. Let dry. Trim excess lace and ribbon.