Studio 52

Studio 52
My little piece of Texas that restores my soul!

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Cardmaking with Color Burst


Dipping the distressed edges into Color Burst….. loving the way it colors the edges!

Distressing tool is a great way to rough up the edges of the Ken Oliver Craft Hometown papers.

I used a 4 x 6 piece of watercolor paper and embossed it with the  
Alterations Texture Fades; Steampunk.
then I layered in a coat of sepia Color Burst
lightly sanding gave it a worn look
and then I came back with a little more Color Burst!

Way cool technique of changing the color of my string so that it would match my paper!
Because I kept playing in the paint my paper was getting pretty wet and I accidentally tore it; so with a little more glue and Color Burst I concluded it was a happy accident, adding to the distressed look!

Yes, I blotted the excess with a paper towel!

Using Glossy Accents I attached the gears!


I mounted all of my embellishments to a 5x7 Kraft card. The finished card will tuck into the inside of a craft envelope that has a few Color Burst sprinkles along with a Ken Oliver Craft stamp.
"Home is where the heart is"



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  where serendipity moments happen!


 Teresa 









2 comments:

  1. this is a fabulous masculine card! I like all the elements you used.

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  2. Masculine cards have never come very easy for me, however I am pushing through! We should plan a crafting date and that be all we do is design cards unique and appealing to the men in our world! New thought we should interview a few and see what really speaks to them! Thanks again for supporting my endeavors!

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