Monday, March 11, 2013

What former Word of the Day refers to objects or activities used to relate classroom teaching to the real life of peoples studied?

answer at bottom of the post :)
 need a clue? It begins with the letter R
Ranger's Spring palette is just gorgeous!
Distress Stain, Peeled Paint
Liquid Pearl, buttercup
Dylusions, lemon zest, vibrant turquoise
Tattered Angels, popsicle
So all these colors were put on a piece of wax paper and spritzed with water and then  
 I wet a piece of water color paper and laid it down over inks. Blotted it a little, and spritzed it with water. Heat set it and, ran it through the printer. Extremely easy card.
#21 of 30 Mother's Day cards in 30 days issued by the Art MoB.
( I admit I forgot it )


Winnie said...

So lovely! Sounds like a fun technique to try. I need to get a craft iron as i also want to do some beeswax collage and used one in class. hmmmm.. Thank you for reminding me! Love the sentiment you used and that you ran it threw the printer!

Redanne said...

Hi Sandee, I think this is my favourite of your Mother's Day cards, love the colour palette and the technique you used - will try that now - thanks for the inspiration. Hugs, Anne x

Meggymay said...

Wonderful background, love the words.
Yvonne x

Jean said...

This is amazing! I want to try this!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

oh the colors are just so pretty!! love love love your card

Craftychris said...

What an amazing background and such wonderful words! The colours you have used are gorgeous! xx

Pam said...

Your card is beautiful! I love the colors and the sentiment!

BJ said...

Ooo lovely colours, wish I could get around to the Ranger challenges. BJ

Katy said...

Oh wow! This is so pretty!