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Friday, January 11, 2013

PSX Grist Mill Card


I wanted to use another of my old PSX stamps to make a card. Since this stamp would work for a man, I decided to use a minimum of embellishments. I think this would work for either a man or a woman, and can be used for many different reasons.

It is stamped with Distress Peeled Paint, and is simply layered and matted with two different greens and an antique looking metallic gold from my stash.

The only embellishments are a few pearls which were white, but I colored them with my Krylon pen.

The first package from Amazon came really quickly, it only took two days! I got it today. It only had my colorless blender refiller, but I was really missing it since my Copic ran out of ink.

I wasn't sure how to refill, and my injector thing hasn't come yet, so I went over to the Copic site and found directions. It was really easy! For the Sketch markers, all you have to do is drip 15 or 20 drops onto the broad end of the marker. I didn't have to remove the nib at all, and it worked!

2 comments:

Myrna said...

Kathi
This is absolutely stunning. Love the old mill.
Myrna

JD said...

So pretty, Kathi, I really like this image and how you made this lovely card with it. I really like the PSX images, I don't think I have any of those stamps because I haven't been stamping that long, However, the stamp store that I visit has some in her stamping room to use, and I believe we have stamped some there, because I really like those images, so detailed.
Speaking of my Favorite Stamp store, I had the opportunity to visit there today, and came home with some new toys, maybe now I can get inspired to sit down and actually get a card made!