Thursday, November 24, 2011

Coneing it!

Pine coneing it that is....LOL I finally got round to using Tim's new Tattered Pine Cone die, and following his instructions here, I made my first one! I actually used Kraft Glassine paper, and because I am mean, I used an envelope which are far cheaper and will open up nicely. I didn't worry about the creases because I scrunched up the paper after I had die cut it. Lots of Perfect Pearls Perfect Pearl mist, and dried immediately so you get the droplets forming into nice little blobs of mica:)

More rosettes, ( on a rosette kick right now!), and I discovered by accident that if you stamp with Stazon Metallic in Platinum first and ink over in Archival you get a shadowy effect..nice!



Hoping the photos do it justice.
I must admit I now have a little bit of time to play with ideas, and hoping to blog most days at least for the moment! LOL
Have a very creative day

8 comments:

craftytrog said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for the tip about the platinum stazon & archival, looks great! xx

Jacqueline said...

Oh! That's beaitiful!

I have just placed an order for some 'stuff' but couldn't afford those two dies! They are on my list for my next 'shopping' trip though!!

Thanks for sharing

Jackie xx

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Gorgeous!

Joanne said...

That is really lovely. I bet it glistens more in real life. Must have a go at making a cone.
Hugs Joanne xx

wearestampers said...

Just beautiful! Love the look of the cone with the glassine! I haven't mastered the cone yet, mine look like flowers! A two in one die I guess!! :)
Pam

Fuchsia said...

Stunning!
I really should have another go at the pine cone !!

Dallying Debz said...

Stunning! What a great idea the stazon thing is. Might have to try that once I've made enough room to get back into my craft room!

Minxy said...

Aw yours turned out fab,and the project is lovely. funny enough i went for the glassine too but mine dont look nothing like yours.. off to study the master at work and hope for better results....