Monday, January 30, 2012

Last of the Recent Card Designs

Hi again.  This might be a record for us.  Three posts in one day.  If I could always be so active.  That is something that we plan to do.  These are the last two cards from our card gift package from Christmas 2011. 

On My Mind

Products Used:
            Hello Doily Stamp (Stampin’ Up)
·         Sentiment Stamp (TPC Studios)
·         White card stock
·         Lt. Blue card stock
·         Versamark ink,
·         White embossing powder
·         Heat gun
·         Memento Ink: Summer Sky, Danube Blue
·         Sponge

How it is Made:
           Cut white card stock at 6”x 9¼”. 
·         Score at 4⅝” to form card base.
·         Cut light blue card stock at 5⅞”x 4½”.  Attach to card front. 
·         Cut white card stock at 5¼”x 4¼”. 
·         Stamp doily image on white card stock with Versamark ink.  Apply white embossing powder and heat set.
·         Use a sponge and Summer Sky ink and apply to stamped image to reveal detail.  This is called reverse embossing.
·         Adhere stamped image to card front. 
·         Stamp sentiment in Danube Blue on bottom right corner of stamped image.

Picked for You
Products Used:
·         Sketched Flower 2 (Stampabilities)
·         White card stock
·         Light Green card stock
·         Dark Green card stock
·         Memento Ink Tuxedo Black
·         Pastel Pencil: Dark Violet, Emerald Green, Deep Cadmium
·         Gamsol
How it is Made:
·         Cut white card stock at 6”x 9¼”.  Score at 4⅝” to form card base.
·         Cut dark green card stock at 4½”x 2⅝”.  Attach to the card base in the center.
·         Cut light green card stock at 4¼”x 2⅜”.  Attach to the card base in the center of the dark green mat.
·         Cut white card stock at 4”x2⅛”.  Stamp flower in Tuxedo Black.
·         Color image with Pastel Pencils and then blend with Gamsol.
·         Add the stamped image to the mats on the card front.   

    Please leave a comment and let us know what you think.  We really look forward to hearing your thoughts. Thanks for stopping by.  Until next time....Happy Papercrafting!

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