Saturday, December 13, 2008

Dazzle VersaMark

I saw this VersaMark Dazzle ink pad and decided it would be fun to play with. I used it to stamp an image of a woman's face on glossy card stock. I blended on tattered rose and tea dye Distress Inks over the image and then heat set with a heat gun.
Here's a close up, but the dazzle doesn't show up in this picture.
I added a script stamp with tea dye Distress ink over the whole image.
I over stamped the same stamp of a woman's face with Coffee Bean Brilliance ink slightly off from the first stamped image. I covered the Brilliance ink with clear embossing powder and heat set. This gives a nice dimension to the face image.
This close up shows a bit of the shine in the Dazzle VersaMark and the nice gloss from the clear embossing powder.


inge said...

Carol ,

is the first ink you used something similar as the usual watermark ink , but just tinted a bit like " champagne" color ? Or does it has other possibilities ?


Carol said...

The VersaMark Dazzle ink pad is a watermark ink and has the champagne color and a bit of "sparkle" that didn't show up in my photos.