Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Circle Embellishments with Dabbers & Inks!


Happy Wednesday everyone! Lisa here and today I wanted to share a little project using the JBS Paint Dabbers and Ink Pads by Ranger:
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One of my favorite things about these new paints & inks is how well they coordinate across various mediums. You don't have to worry if the Soap Powder paint is going to match the Soap Powder ink - the paints and inks are wonderfully consistent in their color! On this page, I used the paint dabbers to make custom-colored cardstock circles and topped them with matching stamped butterflies:

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This is a simple technique to do - just grab your paint dabbers and the matching ink pads.
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Apply the various paint dabbers to a piece of plain white cardstock:
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Once the paint is dry, use a circle cutter or punch to cut out your circles:
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Then use the matching stamp ink to stamp your image on white cardstock:
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(ink colors, from top to bottom: Chicken Feed, Soap Powder, Lemon Drops, Cough Syrup, and Chewing Gum)

Then trim out the stamped images and adhere them to the circles (I used foam squares) and embellish with a pearl button:
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So what can you do with the JBS paint dabbers and inks? The possibilities are endless! We'd love to see your creations, so be sure to share them by posting in the JBS Mercantile Gallery. Happy Scrapping!
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16 comments:

  1. really really gorgeous! I just got my first JB paint dabber with my studio calico kit, I'm off to try this out!

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  2. Such a sweet page! I can't wait to get my hands of some of these new dabbers and inks!

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  3. wow these are beautiful - do you know if Ranger are planning on bringing them out in the UK?

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  4. Where can I find the butterfly stamp?! Great project.

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  5. This is amazing! An all-time favorite from you!

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  6. Gorgeous! Love the bright colors!

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  7. adorable.....dont' know as i would want to cut out them b-flys. but i would do this if i had a stamp/punch to match....what a cute project.

    tfs,
    kat

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  8. Gorgeous, Lisa!! Love the colors! They look beautiful on the white cardstock too! Love how you added the circles over your photo. You are so good at design and making everything pop!

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  9. I love this LO and the use of the new ink that is now available from Jenni. Is the butterfly stamp the new one from Jenni? If not where can I get one?

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  10. This project is so DO-able, KWIM!!!? I love everything about the layout especially that darling picture!

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  11. lol..like the others, i am interested in that butterfly stamp. Where can we find it?

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  12. That is a beaut. Love the way the colors pop on the neutral background.

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  13. Hey everyone! The butterfly stamp I used is from Studio Calico, and I don't think it's available anymore. The new Jenni Bowlin butterfly stamp is available at several online retailers now, so check your favorite site if you want to grab one of those!

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