Monday, October 7, 2013

October AIR #1 - Autumn Color "KALEIDACOLOR"

Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko AIR October Project is Fall Color Kaleidacolors.
If you are not familiar with this ink, you'll love it once you know it.  It has five separate pads in the case, and these pads are pushed together when in use, when you're done, pull apart the pads so that ink won't breed together.   

Ink itself is water based dye ink, so great on any paper, especially shows vibrant color on glossy paper.

With brayer, you can make beautiful background.  Here's Imagine Crafts Youtube movie how to do it for your reference. 

As titled, we are asked make something with fall color pads, and mine is Creole Spice - my favorite! 


IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Kaleidacolor™ Dye Inkpad  Creole Spice
IMAGINE Crafts® Fireworks!™ Craft Spray Pear Tart, Potter's Clay
IMAGINE Crafts® InkBlushers™'

Glossy Card Stock
Yellow and Black Card Stock
Plastic Pearls
Stamp: Just Rite Papercraft Winged Vintage Labels Two & Three
      Spellbinders Large LablesFleur de Lis Accents
Foam Tape
Emboss Folder Cuttlebug

How to:

1 Stamp frame with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Kaleidacolor™ Dye Inkpad  Creole Spice on glossy card stock.

2 Die cut the frame Used Label two and three)

3 Remain in the die, stencil inside with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Kaleidacolor™ Dye Inkpad  Creole Spice

Sorry for missing picture.. Stamp the butterfly with the same ink on glossy paper and trim. (there's matching die, unfortunately I don't have one yet  so I did by hand)

4 Die cut (Label three) and dry emboss with Cuttlebug emboss folder

5 Spray IMAGINE Crafts® Fireworks!™ Craft Spray Pear Tart, on glossy paper. Let it dry

6 Spray IMAGINE Crafts® Fireworks!™ Craft Spray Potter's Clay over Pear Tart

7 Trim yellow card stock and add dark yellow ink from IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Kaleidacolor™ Dye Inkpad  Creole Spice to edges.

8 Stamp word on separate card stock with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Kaleidacolor™ Dye Inkpad  Creole Spice.  Then die cut and stencil.

Assemble card.  Add die cut corner accent and plastic pearls.
That's it.

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