Dyed to Match Fiber Paste

Still playing around with creating texture and interest with stencils.  Today I’ve dyed some fiber paste to match the card base.  It has sort of a stucco type look that looks like it’s been embossed into the card…love that!

Used two different colors of re-inkers to dye my fiber paste.  Just basically added a drop at a time until I thought it was the right color.  Then, using a spatula it was pushed through a stencil/template.  It takes a bit of time to dry…a couple of hours at least…patience…there’s that word again! 

Next using my brand spankin’ new die from WPlus9, I cut the tag, stamped the image and the sentiment.  Then colored it with Copics.  Once that was done some Wink of Stella was added for a little shimmer.  The camera or perhaps the photographer *grin* has a tough time showing just how beautiful the Wink of Stella look is!

Then I added a strip of ribbon at the bottom of the tag, knotted another piece of ribbon through the tag, added a few pearls.  Popped the tag up on dimensionals and done!

Here’s what I used:
Paper:  SU! Blushing Bride and Copic Xpress blending paper
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Stamps:  Flourishes and Simon Says Stamp
All the other stuff:  WPlus9 Timeless Tags 2 die, Fiber Paste, SU! Pretty in Pink and Blush Blossom re-inkers, spatula, Memory Box Honeycomb stencil, SU! Kraft ribbon, pearls, dimensionals, Wink of Stella marker, Copics:  E42, R21, RV0000, RV21, RV23 and W1

Challenges entered:
CAS(E) this Sketch #61
colorQ #226:  kraft, blushing bride, primrose petals, pink pirouette and white
Monday Mood Board #26
Addicted to CAS:  new

Back soon with more…

13 thoughts on “Dyed to Match Fiber Paste”

  1. Wow! Love your background – so much texture and depth – it's so cool! And love your tag – the flower is GORGEOUS! Since you used your new tag die … this would qualify for ATCAS – code word: New – challenge is open for one more day. Loll xx

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