Tuesday, November 8, 2011

New Release by JustRite and a Tutorial at Splitcoast!

Good morning to you! My head cold is turning into a chest cold....ick! I was hoping to wake up this morning coldless.....but no such luck!

I have a few things to share with you this morning. The first order of business is JustRite's new background stamps. The first one is called Scrolled Vine and the second is Vintage Wallpaper.
Unfortunately, I only have one sample using the Vintage Wallpaper set.

I stamped the background image in Versamark and sprinkled it with white embossing powder. I then took a brayer and applied 3 different fall inspired colors. Lastly, I took a cloth and wiped off any excess ink. I used a little bit of glossy accents to the edges and sprinkled with a bit of glitter. The leaves were cut using Spellbinder's dies and the Autumn Words set....also by JustRite. The sentiment is part of the same set.

I also wanted to let you know that I have a tutorial over at Splitcoast Stampers on how to make this fun little ornament! It uses the Christmas Treasures set by JustRite. I hope you will pop on over there to take a quick peek! ; )

Please be sure to visit these talented ladies blogs for more inspiration on using these beautiful new background stamps!

JustRite Inspiration

Michele Kovack < -----Me! : )

Barb Schram

Have a wonderful day my friends!!!


Jingle said...

Both your card and your ornament are absolutely beautiful!

Margie H said...

BEAUTIFUL card, Michele! I'll have to take a look at that background stamp :) Great ornament - will have to peek over to SCS for the tut! Hope you feel better my friend!! xo

Riet said...

So wonderful Michele.

Hugs Riet.xx

Cricut Couple said...

Wow Michele! These are all just gorgeous! I have to get those stamps! Wonderful!

Candice said...

Gorgeous card!! I love how you used the background stamp - gotta have it! And your ornament is lovely!
Sounds like you need a "benylin" day - feel better!

vdoyle8 said...

Wow - your background treatment on your card is amazing! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.

Kim Rosati said...

Michele, I've never heard of a brayer before - what a beautiful technique! You are a teacher in more ways than one! Still waiting for your book to learn all your tips, tricks and techniques on cardmaking and stamping!Thanks,

miislucky said...

Beautiful card! I love the way you did the backround excellent idea! I hope you start feeling better soon! Mimi

GabyCreates.com said...

Love it Michele!...where did you purchase the texture paste?