Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Technique Using Ranger Perfect Medium and Perfect Pearls

Create gorgeous stamped images with Ranger's Perfect Medium and Perfect Pearls. I created this card using Jillibean Soup's Gazpacho Soup, Accucut die cut card base (Bazzill cardstock), Perfect Medium, stamps, and Perfect pearls in two different colors.

Perfect Pearls in two different colors!

Begin by die cutting a card base with an Accucut die cutting machine (or similar die machine). Adhere Jillibean soup Gazpacho soup papers to inside base. Use Ranger Distress ink and blending tool around scalloped edges of the card front. Cut striped paper for card top using the Tim Holtz distress tool around the paper's edge, ink if desired. Use stamps on Ranger Perfect Medium ink pad and stamp on brown cardstock (the Perfect Pearls really shines through when used on darker cardstock colors). Use fluffy Perfect Pearls brush to apply Perfect Pearls in first color (spider is Kiwi). Stamp second image and use second Perfect Pearls to dust over the second image (floral is Blush). Adhere stamped image to card front. Use Ranger Liquid Pearls in four courners of cardstock to "anchor" the image to card front. Also, I used a silver metalic pen to outline the cardstock just a bit. Finally, add a Jillibean "Soup Label" for the card's greeting.
Items Used:
Ranger Perfect Medium ink & Perfect Pearls
Ranger Liquid Pearls
Ranger's Tim Holtz Distress Tool

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