10/24 Joseph's Coat Snowfall
I played with the Joseph's Coat Technique this morning and cut it into a panel that would work with the Sketch Challenge over at SCS. Winter is on the way. I know, because I've been clicking on the fireplace in the morning to heat up the living room and kitchen. I really don't mind winter and oddly enough, it is a season of color in my mind . . . if not naturally, at least artificially! I live in Minnesota and we have a whole closet of winter coats and they are in every bright and fresh color you can imagine. Purple and pink dominate with four of the five of us being girly girls. We also have quite a bit of blue . . . bright and dark. This card is in tribute to that bright and white season soon to be upon us.
The Joseph's coat is made by brayering or swiping various colors of ink onto glossy white cardstock. Then, I stamped the snowflakes in Versamark and embossed them in clear. Lastly, I used my brayer with Night of Navy ink. The snowflakes pop with all their gorgeousness from that dark background.
Supplies to make this card:
Stamps: Snowfall, Snow Flurries, Season by Season Paper: White Glossy, Confetti White, Tempting Turquoise, Pink Passion, Orchid Opulence Ink: Versamark, Orchid Opulence, Tempting Turquoise, Pink Passion, Night of Navy Reinkers to Make Background with Baby Wipes on Glossy: Brilliant Blue, Orchid Opulence, Pink Passion, Tempting Turquoise Accessories: Brayer, Silver Cording, Silver Brads, Ticket Corner Punch, Sponges, Baby Wipes for Glossy Background, Foam Tape, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Gun