Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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“Hello” Everyone!!! It is Pam here today on Eileen’s Inspiration Blog…. I am sharing with you how to create your own marble paper using Eileen Hull’s Color Blends from ColorBox along with some of Eileen Hull’s Dies from Sizzix. 

Apply Nutmeg to craft sheet; spray with water. Drag watercolor paper through the wet ink. Dry to create marble paper.  

Embossed prepared marble paper using the Basket Weave Embossing Folder. 
Ink over the top with Nutmeg to darken the embossed pieces. Adhere to card front. 
Repeat step one using Color Blends Wildberry and Golden. Dragging water color paper through wet ink and drying completely. 

Stamp background images with Wildberry and Beach to prepared marble paper.

Apply Crackle Paste using stencil and palette knife. Dry. 
Adhere prepared marbled crackled paper to teal card stock. Adhere to front of card base. 

Die cut Travel Trailer from chipboard. Ink trailer with Golden, Beach, and Wildberry Color Blends. Cover tire with black and teal card stock and enamel dot.

Stamp background image on prepared trailer with Nutmeg and Ebony Color Blends.

Apply Beach and Golden to watercolor paper, mist with water to blend.

Using Twist & Style Tool twist silver and turquoise wire together.

Add prepared border strip and wire to travel trailer. Add prepared trailer to front of prepared card base with pop dots. 
Using Twist & Style Tool twist silver wire to create hitch. (I twisted the wire four times) Adhere just under the front of the travel trailer. 
Die cut sentiment using Kitchen Label Die. Apply Golden and Nutmeg Color Blends over the top. 

Ink edges of small flowers with Golden, Beach and Nutmeg Color Blends; this will create depth to the store bought flowers.

Place two flowers together with small brads. Mist with water and crunch up. Dry and then adhere to prepared card front. 

Place “Hello” to top of travel trailer with pop dots. Adhere prepared flowers and small twine bow to top of “Hello”.

Add a few more of the flowers around the tire of travel trailer. 
I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial on how to create your own marble designer paper using Eileen Hull’s ColorBox Color Blends along with a few other fun ways to use the blends and Twist & Style Tool. Hugs Pam
Supplies:
Eileen Hull/Sizzix Travel Trailer
Eileen Hull/Sizzix Kitchen Labels
Eileen Hull/Sizzix Basket Weave Embossing Folder
Eileen Hull/Sizzix Twist & Style Tool
Eileen Hull/ColorBox Color Blends Nutmeg, Golden, Beach, Wildberry and Ebony
Stampers Anonymous/Tim Holtz Stamp and Stencil-THM101
DecoArt Media Crackle Paste
Water Color Paper
Black and Teal Card Stock
Small Antique Brass Brads
Small Flat Flowers
Tan Twine
5″ x 6 1/2″ Card Base
Palette Knife
Craft Sheet
Grey Enamel Dot
Pop Dots
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Adhesive

3 thoughts on “"Hello" Travel Trailer Card with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team and Color Blends

  1. Karen says:

    Wow love this card! Great tutorial!

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  2. Redanne says:

    What a fabulous creation Pam, I love your tutorial too, it is so informative! Just got my blends and am looking forward to using them now… Anne xx

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  3. Mitsyana says:

    Love those cool techniques!! I gotta try them out!! and your trailer turned out awesome!!

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