Hi, i'm Marian!

Welcome to the Color Wheel Gallery! I'm Marian, a mommy of two wonderful Children, a Professional Gospel Vocalist, Entrepreneur and a Blogger. This Blog is for Beauty, Fashion, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Product Reviews, and Videos. I have recently worked with Pure Flix, Abbe Glasses, Astonishing Skin Care, skin1.com, Amorroco Argan Oil, The Make up Miser, Orglamix Cosmetics, Salty Cosmetics, Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques, Mary Kay, Markwins, Caboodles, The Organic Face, Amazing Cosmetics, Billion Dollar Brows, House of Lashes, Olay, Cover Girl among others.
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Hero Arts Painting Easel Stamp with Card Project

The imagination and creativity flow when card making and I love it.
For this Birthday Card, I used the Hero Arts painting easel stamp and stamped in cinnamon cider ink.
Then, with the same ink, I water colored it in.
I ink blended the sides of the white card front with the shade Wilted Violet and then measured a mini sized white card stock and ink blended it with different shades of pink and used a background stencil to ink blend it in and used a cupcake stencil as well and stamped on some mini sprinkles.
I then placed this mini panel representing a canvas painting on the stamped easel and added a stamped Happy Birthday sentiment and adhered the card front on a magenta stampin up card base.
Voila! C’est fini! 🤗
With this stamp you work directly on the image example ( below) or adhere your own artwork to represent a mini canvas like I did on my card.
      I took the stamp off the wooden block so I can place it on my stamping platform for more placement control.
To prevent from inking the center which transfers on the image, place a paper measured to size after inking the outline of the stamp, which will leave a white canvas to work on or use an ink cube or angle the ink pad to only ink the outline.
The stencils I used were from Crafters Square from Dollar Tree Stores and Michaels Recollections brand.

The ink pads I used were Stampin up Ink pads in Bumble Bee and Cinnamon Cider and Distress oxides in Mermaid Lagoon, Kitsch Flamingo, Picked Raspberry, Victorian Velet and Wilted Violet.

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