Friday, March 27, 2015

Two Cards with the Same Trees by Judy Jackson



One of my favorites all time technique from the Technique Junkie newsletter is Antiqued Glimmers from the December 2009 edition.  It just creates a most wonderful background and is so versatile. And you never knows exactly how it is going to turn out.  And that is part of the fun!

Don't these trees look just like a tree in full bloom? The trees and the verse are stamped in pigment ink and then heat embossed with clear embossing powder.

All of the stamps for this card are from the Technique Junkie stamp line. 

This card uses the  Water Color Reinkers technique from the February 2012 edition of the Technique Junkie newsletter.  This card uses the exact same stamps, including the verse, as the first card.  But you get a very different result.  It is one of the things I love about stamping and using a variety of techniques!


Have a very inky day!

Judy Jackson

5 comments:

Diana Enns said...

Beautiful cards. Love the versatility of that stamp.

Tarnished Rose said...

Okay that does it. I HAVE to subscribe to the newsletter. Yes, you told me over a year ago I needed to (you may not remember me).

Marilyn

April Puzzuoli said...

Beautiful work, Judy!

Hetty said...

Great cards, Judy. love the difference between them.

Beth Norman said...

Wow, I love the cards you made. I love seeing one card with two takes on it. Well done.