Sharing another card with wax - wine wax. :o)
Stamped wine, glass and grapes image onto glossy paper - this is for the pieces I cut out. Stamped several wine glass images randomly onto large piece of glossy paper - this is for the background. Added wax to both using an iron. I also melted a little metallic crayon in with the wax - the metallic adds an interesting texture.
I stamped the wine bottle image onto Ultra Smooth Premium White Cardstock for Alcohol Markers. This is for my base image. I used my Spectrum Noir Markers to color. Colored base image sections that I was not planning to cover with the paper pieces.
Next I cut out the pieces of the wax image - wine bottle, wine in glass and grapes and adhere those onto the base image. TIP: when using the paper piecing technique, I use a liquid adhesive to adhere pieces - the liquid gives you a little more time to shimmy your piece into place. Also, many times I will add a little color to the base card where I place my pieces. That way if my cutting was not precise, it will not be obvious with a big white space. :o)
For a little added extra touch, I used a white pen to add highlights. I used the IG2 marker to draw a subtle outline around the complete image.
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Announcing the winner of this beautiful Scots Pine from the new release of Art-Kure Timeless Britain Collection.
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