Try Chroma Glaze with Rubbernecker Stencils!

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Wait until you see the effect you can get using Chroma Glaze with Rubbernecker stencils!

Sammi – today’s designer – says “As soon as I seen this hanging bird, I just fell in love with him! I imagined him hanging outside a house so I went with the idea of a brick house.” We are so thrilled that she decided to show off what kind of amazing look you can get using Chroma Glaze with Rubbernecker stencils. In this case, she used our Repeating Brick Stencil with red and, well, the results speak for themselves.

Let’s get Sammi’s steps in her own words so we can RUN to our crafting zones and start experimenting!

From Sammi:

First I used the Repeating Brick stencil with some red Chroma Glaze and then set it aside while it dried. After the glaze dried, I went in and ink blended some browns from the #3. I then added some white splatter with acrylic paint.

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I then cut out the frame using the Inside Scallop Frame die and ink blended the frame using the inks from Color Fuse Ink Sets #3 and #12.

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Next I stamp the hanging bird from the Winter Birds stamp set and then cut him out with the coordinating die. I colored him with Copic markers. Here are the Copics used.

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I wanted to give the bird some more definition than the rest of the stamp, so I cut out the bird after I colored him, stamped the image again and cut it out with the coordinating die, and then popped the bird on top with some foam tape.

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For the sentiment, I masked the sentiment so that the word Christmas would not stamp, and then cut it out and framed it with some green card stock. I then cut out the Christmas word using the Christmas word w/ Shadow die and ink blended it with shades from Color Fuse Ink Sets #4 and #10. I cut out the word Christmas (not the shadow) twice so I could layer the word Christmas. I ink blended the shadow green, one word red and left the other word white. I then glued the white word on top of the red word, shifting the white a little to the right so that they was a hint of the red showing. I then glued the word onto the shadow.

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I then glued the frame onto the brick background and trimmed the edges. I then popped the bird with more foam tape and glued the sentiment on making it a little crooked. then I glued the card panel onto a A2 card base.

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Rubbernecker here – is that not SO adorable? That Chroma Glaze adds just the right amount of texture ad shine and then Sammi’s touches bring it all to life.

If you want to make this card – and we know you do! – here’s what you will want to grab from our store:

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We look forward to seeing how you all experiment with different colors of the gorgeous Chroma Glaze with Rubbernecker stencils of all kinds. Never be afraid to share you creations on the Rubbernecker Fans Facebook page – we have the NICEST fans in the stamping world and we love to see what people are up to!

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