Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Hi ColorBox Fans! Pam here today sharing a Dad Mixed Media Banner using ColorBox fabulous ColorBox Blends 2 Inks! They are so much fun to create with! Lots of different applications from inking, stamping, misting, applying with ColorBox Art Wheels! Today I created a Dad’s Banner for Fathers Day showing how to use the ColorBox Art Wheel and inking techniques! 


Place a few drops of ColorBox Blends 3 Stop, Golden and Nutmeg Ink on craft sheet.

Using ColorBox Art Wheel blend inks using mist. 

Press triangle banner into prepared mist inks. Dry.  

Lay ColorBox DeStijil Art Screen to top of prepared banner; apply crackle paste with palette knife. Dry.

Apply ColorBox Blends 2 Stop; Golden and Nutmeg ink to white card stock.

 Create strips and punch borders from prepared card stock; adhere to top of banners. Punch holes.

Apply ColorBox Blends 2 Sunshine and Nutmeg to chipboard letters. Stamp Background with ColorBox Blends 2 Ebony Ink.
Adhere prepared letters to banner.

Stamp ColorBox Feather to white card stock; 12 times. Apply ColorBox Blends to  4 of each feather with ColorBox Stop, Golden and Nutmeg; fussy cut each feather out.

Apply ColorBox Blends to  4 of each feather with ColorBox Stop, Golden and Nutmeg; fussy cut each feather out.

Adhere feathers to banners; add some with pop dots. 



Tie banners together with ribbon and twine. Add twine bows to prepared banner. I hope you are inspired to create some fun banners or other fabulous and creative products using ColorBox products! Enjoy Pam

Supplies:
ColorBox Blends 2: Golden, Stop, Nutmeg, Ebony and Sunshine
ColorBox Art Screen Trio: DeStijil
ColorBox Art Wheel
ColorBox Feather Stamp
Blank Page Muse Scribble and Scratch Stamp Set
Grey and Gold Ribbon
Tan Twine
3 – 4” x 5 ½” Triangle Banners
Craft Sheet
Water Misting Bottle
Crackle Paste
Palette Knife
Plaid Border Punch
White Card Stock
Hole Punch
DAD Chipboard Letters
Adhesive
Pop Dots


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