Here's a list of the supplies:
- Embossing Powders: Tim Holtz Distress Powder (Walnut Stain), Verdigris (Wandakins-a LSS out of business now), PSX Topiary Tapestry, and a bottle labeled "Lt. Blue Sparkle" with nothing else on it which makes me think I might have mixed it myself several years ago.
- Stamp: Card Chatter-Birthday (CTMH)
- Glue Pens: Chisel Tip Glue Pen (CTMH) and a Tombow Glue Pen that looks like a ball point pen.
- Edge Distressor (CTMH)
- Ink: Cocoa (CTMH)
The ground also has a few layers. I started with the Walnut but didn't get good coverage, so I went back over it. As I was working with the Topiary, I thought, "Why not?" and added a few swipes over the top. Some of the Verdigris and Blue Sparkle got on the brown as I was doing those layers, but I didn't stress.
The edges ended up with places where the embossing powder didn't cover. This is why God invented the Edge Distressor. See...there is always a way to creatively cover up what, at first, looks like a flub. Ask me about the inside. Yeah... Major flub which is now covered with lots of stamped Evergreen trees.
Despite the flubs and the sparkles, I think this will be a great card for my outdoorsy nephew.
Until next time,