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Lost Coast Designs ~ Flying Mona!

By now you have heard that Altered Pages has partnered with Lost Coast Designs.  The Design Team is busy working with Lost Coast Designs amazing red rubber stamps to bring you inspiration this month! 

Today I am experimenting with FLYING MONA!

Supplies:
Lost Coast Designs Flying Mona stampAcrylic Block
Black Ink
Brown Ink
White tissue paperEmbossing Powder Black
Glue Stick
Double Sided Tape
Vintage Text Paper
Card Base - Cardstock
Pens
Gold
Niji Paints
Water Brush


Use the  Lost Coast Designs Flying Mona stamp on an Acrylic Block and Black Ink.

Stamp Flying Mona on White Tissue paper.
 
Heat embossed the image with Embossing Powder - Black

 
Paint Flying Mona with Niji Paints using a Water Brush.  Be careful not to saturate the tissue paper with water or it will tear. Let the paints dry.

 
 Wet the area around Flying Mona, then gently tear the paper around.  Let the tissue dry.

 
Cut the Vintage Text Paper to the desired size for the card.  Before adhering Flying Mona to the text be sure the tissue fits.  If not gently remove additional tissue.

Gently apply glue stick to the tissue and adhere to the Vintage Text Paper.
Cut brown cardstock for the mat, trim with Gold  pen. With double sided tape attach the Vintage Text Paper with the Flying Mona to the brown cardstock mat.  Adhere to card base!
 

If you look closely it almost looks like Mona is FLYING!



PLEASE JOIN OUR TEAM IN USING LOST COAST STAMPS IN JULY, AS A SPECIAL TREAT THEY WILL ALL BE 10% OFF FOR THE MONTH OF JULY - just click here.


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