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This week we are talking about TIME...

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I'm in love with my Tim Holtz Inventor stamp sets by Stamper Anonymous. 
They look amazing as they are but when I heat embossed them I got lost!
What an amazing look where all the tiny and micro details are so
reflected, 3D and shiny... I couldn't resist to make lots of photos :-)

Im my creative craze I only took pics of how I made the stamping, lol.
From the time I learned that the stamps look much better and more detailed 
when stamped with Distress Oxides and then covered with clear embossing powder, I almost always practice that instead of stamping with embossing ink and use different colors of embossing powders. 
I prefer to make it with oxides which give a very detailed 
and exact stamping and with addidion of Simon Says Stamp Fine Detail embossing powders, the effect is amazing!

After heat embossing I just gave colors to my panel 
using some Distress Oxide Inks. 
The faces were fussy-cut and placed 
with 3D dots to give a dimension. 

The "frame" around the main panel were made with 
SSS Brush Stroke Messages stamp and Black Soot Distress Oxide 
and spritzed with water letting the color to blur giving a blended black. 
I also glued a black twine giving even more dramatic  and deep look. 

The main background was made using SSS Abstract Triangles stamp 
and SSS White Fine Details embossing powder, 
colored with Distress Oxide Inks. 
I sewed the edges and brought them out with Black Soot Distress Crayon. 

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Cudowna odskocznia od słodkich i białych komunii...
I chyba się trochę zakochałam w  serii Tim Holtz Inventors!
Już na pierwszy rzut oka są bajeczne ale dopiero kiedy je postemplowałam i zembosowałam to przepadłam na dobre! Każdy delikatny, cieniutki detal 
został przepięknie odwzorowany, wypukły i błyszczący. Mrrrr <3
Tu wersja osiemnastkowa ale kolejna czeka na upublicznienie :-)

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