Year in Review ~ Perfect Pearls

Jan 6, 2012

In Jan­u­ary Ranger asked me to par­tic­i­pate in their Design­er Chal­lenge. They sent the frame and you had to alter it using the prod­ucts they sent. Well the prod­uct was Per­fect Pearls and Per­fect Pearl Mist. I was a bit scared as I had not real­ly played with Per­fect Pearls before. I’d seen them demoed but that was it. So me being me I just jumped in and start­ed going to town. They are real­ly fun to use. My favorite way is to mix the Per­fect Pearl Pow­ders with the coor­di­nat­ing Per­fect Pearl Mists.

2011 Design­er Chal­lenge for Ranger Ink

Altered Can­vas Ros­es accent­ed with Per­fect Pearl Pow­ders, Per­fect Pearl Mists and Stick­les. After I cre­at­ed each flower I then mixed togeth­er the PP Pow­der and Mists and paint­ed the mix­ture onto the book page flow­ers. After the flow­ers were dry I accent­ed the edges of each petal using Dia­mond and Plat­inum Stick­les.

Paper Car­na­tions and stamped Wendy Vec­chi But­ter­flies

I accent­ed the paper car­na­tions and stems in the same man­ner as the ros­es above. The but­ter­fly image was stamped onto the tag after being inked with a Per­fect Medi­um Stamp Pad. They also have a Per­fect Pens that I like to use on small­er areas. It is awe­some. After I stamped the image onto the tag I light­ly brushed Per­fect Pearls over the stamped image, swirled the pow­der over the image and dust­ed off the excess pow­der. I then light­ly mist­ed the stamped image with water to set the pow­der.

A Bot­tle Full of Pur­ple Posies.

I col­ored every­thing on this tag using Per­fect Pearl Pow­ders and Mists. I want­ed the back­ground to have a water droplet look so I inked Wendy Vec­chi’s script stamp with Per­fect Medi­um stamped it onto the back­ground, poured UTEE on top then melt­ed it using a heat gun… BAM, faux water droplets. I was so hap­py with the look.

Love Tag Tuto­r­i­al

This is anoth­er tag where I incor­po­rat­ed UTEE and Per­fect Pearls to cre­ate one unique tag. I still love Wendy Vec­chi’s Doily stamp so much. I used it as a back­ground for the flower and think it real­ly helped the flower pop even more on the tag. Her back­ground stamp is awe­some too. I cov­ered the entire top of the tag with UTEE, heat­ed it to melt­ing with the heat gun then placed her stamp onto the melt­ed UTEE, let it cool and removed it… love the fin­ished look.

So have you played with Per­fect Pearls? It not, what are you wait­ing for… don’t miss out on all the fun.



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