House-Mouse® Chive Chewing by Alison Heikkila

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Stamp Chive Chewing stamp with VersaFine ink in Onyx Black on to Mixed Media Paper. Color using Tombow Dual Brush markers using the direct-to-paper method using the colors listed in the supplies.
2. Die cut the completed image using a die from the Fitted Frames Set A. I then used a larger die from Set B and Plum colored cardstock to create a mat. Ink the Plum mat with Honeydew metallic ink.
3. Using a white tag, lay the Pinwheel Checkerboard stencil on top, and apply the embossing ink from the dauber all over the tag. Don't go for perfection. Getting the basic shape of the stencil is good enough for this tag. Next, using Tanzanite embossing powder from the Gemstone Kit, heat emboss the powder over the entire tag.
4. Using the "Metal" stamp from the Industrial set, apply to a clear block and ink with Chestnut Roan ink. Apply over the entire tag. You can wipe off excess (where it's been embossed) with a tissue.
5. Die cut the smallest frame from Set B with Grasshopper cardstock, and stamp the sentiment using Tuxedo Black. Ink the edges with Chestnut Roan.
6. Using Zip Dry Glue, add your elements to the tag. Finish off with a piece of olive green May Arts ribbon
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Also uses these supplies:

  • PK03 Gemstone Embossing Kit
  • Tombow Dual Brush Markers: 491,158, 126, 676, 623, 850, 761, 990, 942, 947, 977, 992, N75, N89
  • My Colors Cardstock by My Mind's Eye (Plum, Grasshopper)
  • Honeydew Ultimate Metallic Ink by Imagine Crafts
  • ColorBox® Chestnut Roan Ink Pad by Clearsnap®
  • Ribbon by May Arts
  • Tag by Whisker Graphics
  • ZipDry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

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