The stamp is called Summer Fields and was stamped with Brilliance Galaxy Gold on Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Super Smooth 80lb cover cardstock, heat embossed, and then painted with Twinkling H2O's Orange Peel, Fern, Icicles, and Lemon Yell0w. I went over the daisies, jack-o-lanterns, stars, and moon with my Ranger Bullet Perfect Pen, added Clear Embossing Powder and heat embossed. I got this tip from Zindorf's site. She uses a Versamark pen to protect her images. This was done to protect these images when the sky was added.
The sky was created with a sponge and SU Ballet Blue and Brilliant Blue Classic inks. I tried the Zindorf brayer way and it just didn't work for me on this project. I will try it again, but later. :-)
Last Stickles Yellow glitter glue was added to the eyes of the jack-o-lanterns, and the moon. Stickles Diamonds was added to the little flowers below the daisies in the grass, and Stickles Orange Peel was added to the centers of the daisies. The jack-o-lanterns (alias fire flies) were cut around with an X-acto knife and then mounted with a pop-dot to give them the appearance of floating. Eeeeeeeeeerrrrrrie! ;-) Glossy Accents was added to the jack-0-lanterns and the daisies to give them a little lift.
Martha Stewart's Embossed Zig-Zag Border Punch was used for the bottom of a 5X3.75 piece of Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Super Smooth cardstock. One of the borders from the new Cuttlebug folder Border Frills was used on the top. The holes were punched with a 1/8" Fiskars Circle Punch. Then the image was mounted on it. The Cuttlebug border was also done on the blue cardstock and then also punched with the Fiskars circle punch. The image was mounted on that. The ribbon on the white cardstock is from Michaels $1 bin. The cardfront was then mounted on a card of white so the punched circles would show. We all know its a "dotty" world lately, right? If you have any questions I can promise my Email Me on the right side bar does work.
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