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On The Farm by Suzanne Czosek

Supplies: OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA


From Stampendous:
SSC1162 On the Farm Perfectly Clear Stamps
SSC1158 Thoughtful Wishes Perfectly Clear Stamps

Plus:
White & Yellow Cardstock
Yellow, Blue, Green & Brown Dye Ink
Watercolor Pencils
Waterbrush
Twine
Sponge
Distressing Tool
Zip Dry Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

Instructions:

1.     Stamp cow, tractor, and chicks using black ink on white cardstock.
2.     Color  images with watercolor pencil and waterbrush. Cut out using detail scissors.
3.     Stamp on white cardstock farm in top right corner using black ink.  Color with watercolor pencils and waterbrush.
4.     Stamp tractor in the middle on right.
5.     Stamp grass and flowers along bottom of white cardstock using black ink.
6.     Sponge background with blue, green, yellow and brown.
7.     Attach images to background.
8.     Lay acrylic handle over stamped background. Align sentiment to follow skyline. Practice on acetate and adjust as needed. Stamp onto background.
9.     Distress edges of stamped background.
10.  Mount image onto white cardstock and onto yellow card base. Tie twine around card.

On the Farm Scrapbook Page by Cyndi Bundy

Supplies: SSC1162-SSC1138-FRC17-FRC15-FRC05-CB_800

From Stampendous:

SSC1162 On The Farm Perfectly Clear Stamps
FRC17 Peach Color Fragments
FRC15 Canary Color Fragments
FRC05 Taupe Color Fragments

Plus:

Sepia Versafine Ink by Tsukineko
Yellow Cardstock by Bazzill Basic
Black Magic Cardstock by Core’dinations
Washi Tape by Prima
Hexagons Die by Spellbinders
Splendid Alphabet Die by Lifestyle Crafts
Melted Chocolate Dylusions Ink Spray by Dyan Reavely
Chicken Wire Stencil by Balzaar Designs
Dimensional Adhesive

Instructions:

  1. Spray brown ink onto chicken wire stencil and press onto yellow background cardstock.  Repeat as desired.
  2. Cut 6 small hexagons with Spellbinders die from Black Magic cs.  On pastel backs stamp animals and scenery from Cowlick Birthday and On the Farm stamp sets in sepia versafine ink.  Ink edges.  Adhere in alternating pattern to middle bottom third of page.
  3. Add washi tape accents.  Add wet glue in desired areas and sprinkle on a mix of Canary, Peach and Taupe color fragments.
  4. Die cut letters and attach to a large hexagon shape cut with spellbinders die.  Ink edges with versafine.  Attach to page towards middle top.
  5. Mat photo on brown cardstock and attach to page with dimensional adhesive.

Rooster Elements Box by Kristine Reynolds

Supplies: W113_kr_3_800

From Stampendous:

W113 Rooster Elements
EJK02 Green Encrusted Jewel Kit
FREG029 Shabby Blue Embossing Enamel
GM802F Silver Fine Halo Glitter
VM001 VersaMark™ Watermark Stamp Pad

Plus:

Memento Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko
Dried Marigold, Vintage Photo, & Tumbled Glass Distress Ink by Ranger
Sky Blue Americana Satin Acrylic Paint & Americana Decoupage by DecoArt
Copic Markers
White Tissue Paper
Paper Mache Box by Darice
Foam Adhesive
Copic Markers – YR24, YR23, YR21, BG13, BG11, YR02, YG00, YG01, YG03, R21, R22, R24

Instructions:

1. Paint box with sky blue paint and allow to dry.
2. Stamp rooster image multiple times on tissue paper with black ink.
3. Color images with copic markers.
4. Apply stamped/colored tissue paper to box with decoupage medium.
5. Stamp image two times on white cardstock with black ink and color with copic markers.
6. Distress one of the image panels with scissors and distress ink and apply to top of box with decoupage.
7. Fussy cut out the rooster from the other image and attach to box with dimensional dots.
8. Randomly sprinkle all the embossing powders, glitters and enamels on the box and heat to melt.

Rooster Elements Frame by Jennifer Dove

Supplies: W113_JD_800

From Stampendous:

W113 Rooster Elements
FRG07C Steel Blue Glass Glitter
FRG11C Red Glass Glitter
FRM05 Bronzed Mica Fragments
EP505 Clear Bark Embossing Powder
FRC11 Scarlet Color Fragments
VM001 VersaMark™ Watermark Stamp Pad

Plus:

Peacock Pearl Dazzling Metallic Paint & Black Tie Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paint by DecoArt
Metallic Lustre Copper Kettle by DecoArt
Dimensional Effects & Decoupage Gloss by DecoArt
Hexagon Stencil by Dreamweaver
Chipboard & Metal Cogs & Gears
Book Board
Copic Markers
Gold Organza Ribbon
Tissue Paper

Instructions:

1. Paint book board using Peacock pearl and a paint brush. While this layer dries take some tissue paper and apply a thin layer of the gloss Decoupage to one side. This will be used as an adhesive.
2. Apply the tissue paper to your choice of areas by scrunching onto painted board.
3. Place the hexagon metal stencil onto the book board. Using a palette knife spread on DecoArt Dimensional effects in a thin layer and allow to dry.
4. Apply dimensional pearls randomly on piece.
5. Once dry paint over everything again with the Peacock Pearl paint.
6. Take some of the elements you wish to use later, paint with the Peacock pearl paint and set aside. Let dry.
7. Using your finger, lightly rub on the DecoArt Metallic Lustre Copper Kettle over parts of the project such as the hexagon paste and the crumpled tissue paper. Cover the elements with the Copper Kettle Luster. Let dry.
8. Take the Black Tie acrylic paint and using your finger apply to parts of the project, getting it into the cracks of the textures. Let dry slightly and the gently white off exposing the texture.  
9. Stamp the Rooster Elements using Memento Tuxedo black stamp pad onto smooth white card stock. Color with alcohol markers.
10. Put a thin coat of the gloss Decoupage over the rooster and let dry.
11. Cut Rooster out.
12. Using your Versamark stamp pad and the bark embossing powder, emboss the rooster elements stamp onto the background. Some of the image will not show up due to the texture. Heat set the embossed image.
13. Using foam tape, pop up colored rooster on the base piece.
14. Apply large painted cogs and gears using foam tape and regular adhesive depending on if you want the cog popped or flat.
15. Using the gloss Decou-page as adhesive apply the crushed glass glitter, mica and color fragments anywhere you desire.
16. Heat pice of organza ribbon carefully with heat gun and allow to slightly curl. Stick into the book board base using stick pins.
17. Using Decoupage add small watch pieces. Frame your piece or use it for a book cover.

Bonus Frame Instructions

Supplies:
- Black 8 x 10 frame
- Black 8 x 10 book board/chip board
- DecoArt Dimensional effects
- DecoArt Decou-page™ gloss
- Dreamweaver Hexagon stencil
- DecoArt Peacock pearl Dazzling metallic paint
- DecoArt Metallic Lustre™ Copper Kettle

1. Remove glass from 8″ x 10″ frame.
2. Using a black frame wipe some Peacock Pearl paint over it and then let slightly dry. Wipe off some of the paint.
3. Use rubbing alcohol to remove more if needed.
4. Using the hexagon stencil apply Dimensional effects to frame. Let dry.
5. Paint over dimensional effects with Peacock pearl and let dry.
6. Rub on gently with your finger the Metallic Luster Copper Kettle. Let dry.
7. With your finger apply the black acrylic paint over parts of the Metallic luster and let slightly dry. Rub some off to reveal luster.
8. Place Rooster piece on black book board and then place inside frame.

Rooster Elements Recipe Holder by Suzanne Czosek

Supplies: OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

From Stampendous:

W113 Rooster Elements
SSC1172 Big Top Type Perfectly Clear™ Stamps

Plus:

Archival Jet Black Ink by Ranger
Vintage Photo Distress Ink by Ranger
Kraft Envelope
White Cardstock
Patterned Paper
Doily
Buttons, Lace, & Twine
Watercolor Pencils & Waterbrush
ZipDry Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives

Instructions:

1.     Stamp Rooster using black ink on white cardstock.
2.     Color rooster with watercolor pencils and waterbrush.
3.     Stamp letters using black ink no white cardstock.
4.     Color letters using watercolor pencils and waterbrush.
5.     Cut pieces of pattern paper. Sponge edges using brown dye ink.
6.     Sponged edges of doily using brown dye inks.
7.     Cut out letters and sponge edges with brown dye inks. Mount on kraft cardstock.
8.     Asssemble envelope with pattern papers, doily, and main images.
9.     Tie twine with buttons on front.