Saturday, September 10, 2011

White Tail Deer (Biblical Impressions)

I wanted to share one of the regal deer iamges with you today from Biblical Impressions, this was a must have the minute I saw it and my son in law enjoyed this card for his birthday.
Prismacolor pencils, baby oil and paper stumps were used to color the image.
The deer was inked up using a VersaMark pen and heat embossed with clear powder to give the antlers some stability.
The scenery panel was created using torn edged paper for masking and sponging.
Markers were used to ink up the trees for stamping.
Ink distressing is done on all cardstock using a sponge.
The nailheads are attached with Diamond Glaze.
Paper piercing was done on the corners of the scenery panel. The deer panel is mounted on foam tape.
Inside the deer image was inked and stamped off on scarp paper then stamped on the card insert so a stamped sentiment or hand writing can easily be read over the image.

Tools: Nestabilities – long rectangles and ovals, Stampin Up mat pack, Bazzill piercer, stamp positioner, sponge, scarp torn paper, heat tool/gun, paper stumps
Images: Biblical Impressions - 31805 Whitetail, 38915 Trees, 38914 Pine Grove
Paper: White, Stampin Up retired green and beige
Ink: Ranger: Archival – Jet Black, Distress Ink – frayed burlap, broken glass, peeled paint, VersaMark pen, Stampin: Classic - Up Going Grey
Accessories: Nailheads, clear embossing powder, Prismacolor pencils, baby oil, Diamond Glaze, Stampin Up markers