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Today is Day 10 of the SP 50 Days of Christmas, where I am going to show you some awesome projects using the SP and Company Stamp line!
Here is a hint for something fun that is coming to SP :O) FUN FUN FUN!!
Yesterday, I got some super-duper happy mail. . . the Copic Airbrush System – AC-101 (na) Air Compressor from iCopic!! OMGosh, I am totally and completely in love with it. It is seriously the coolest thing for Copics!! I still can’t believe it is here in my scrappy area!
and guess what? It is so cute and BLUE! Isn’t it adorable?????
And coincidentally, I made a blue card today to match LOL (That was totally accidental). I used the airbrushing to get the title made and then I used the SP and Company Falling Snow Stamp set to finish the card. The airbrush system and the Falling Snow Stamp set are available at the iCopic store!
I made a mask with a Cricut die cut from the Cricut Winter Frolic cartridge. I cut the title out at fit to length of 5inches (which made the die cut size 2.25inches tall).
When making a mask for the airbrush system, you have to adhere the mask shape to your project temporarily because the airbrush system will blow it away if it isn’t stuck down. So I tried something new and used my 2 Way Glue Pen (got mine from Stampin’ UP) and it worked!! I was worried that the adhesive would come off on my card after I was done, but it didn’t. I know there are many things you can use to stick down the mask so I will continue to experiment with various things.
So I used the B24 Copic marker to do airbrush around my mask. I love the dark blue against the lighter blue!!
The bow was made with PaperTrey Ink Spring Rain saddle stitch ribbon.
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