Saturday, October 22, 2016
The Golf Club- Live, Laugh, Play
Today I am sharing a fun card on the Artistic Outpost Blog using the Artistic Outpost stamp sets, The Golf Club and Grunge Elements along with the ODBD Pierced Rectangles Dies (all available at Our Daily Bread Designs) and I wanted to share it with you as well.
I have incorporated the NAC182 Sketch Challenge at Nacho Average Challenges along with the Pals Paper Arts PP323 Color Challenge and the Addicted to Stamps and More #216 “Anything Goes” Challenge.
If you have not had a chance to visit The Artistic Outpost Blog or the other challenge sites yet, I encourage you to do so- great inspiration from my sister Design Team at the AO Blog as well as from the other challenge DT and galleries!
To create this card:
Ink the background collage image from AO The Golf Club with black soot distress ink and repeatedly stamp onto taupe cardstock, spritz the panel lightly with water and use a heat tool to dry.
Ink the corner splatter stamp from AO Grunge Elements with taupe ink, stamp over the edges of the background panel, use a distressing tool to distress the edges of the panel, add the two strips of 5/8” black satin ribbon, mount the distressed panel onto black cardstock and distress the edges of the black cardstock layer with the distressing tool before mounting onto the white card base.
For the focal image panel, stamp the background collage stamp from AO The Golf Club with archival black ink onto white cardstock, watercolor with taupe, tangerine and emerald ink, add additional distressing with the corner splatter stamp from AO Grunge Elements using taupe ink before trimming and mounting onto black cardstock.
Stamp the golfer images from AO The Golf Club with archival black ink into white cardstock, fussy-cut the images, mount each onto black cardstock and fussy-cut again before adhering to the focal image panel.
Stamp the sentiment from AO The Golf Club with archival black ink into white cardstock, die cut with the ODBD Pierced Rectangles Dies, layer onto black cardstock, trim close to the edge before mounting onto the focal image panel with dimensional foam.
To finish off the card, mount the entire focal image panel to the card front with dimensional foam.
I am so thankful that you visited me today and hope I have inspired you to create something this weekend- hugs and have a blessed week, my friends!