I thank the Lord Jesus Christ for the talent He has bestowed on all of us!
I have been artistic all of my life and love experimenting with different mediums and techniques. This blog is my creative outlet to share my passion for cardmaking and papercrafting!
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To create this card:
Ink the kneeling girl image from Winnie’s Garden (SNSS) with Stampin’ Archival™ Basic Black Ink onto Whisper White
cardstock and heat set the ink with the Heat Tool.
Color the stamped image using
Stampin’ Write Markers along with an AquaPainter™- Chocolate Chip (jeans),
Going Gray (hair, leaves and sandals), Blushing Bride (substituted for Blush Blossom
for shirt, flowers, lips) and Peekaboo Peach (substituted for Peach Parfait for
Die cut the image using the Big Shot™
with the My Favorite Things® (MFT) Stitched Circle Dies and mount onto another
die cut from Chocolate Chip cardstock.
Next create the lower layer (I call this "homemade" designer paper :-)) Ink the larger floral image from Winnie’s Garden with Stampin’
Archival™ Basic Black Ink and stamp repeatedly onto Whisper White cardstock (I actually cut the clear stamp image apart so I could fill in with some of the smaller flowers).
Once you are satisfied with the
coverage, use the Heat Tool to heat set the ink and color the flowers with the
same markers as noted above (using the Chocolate Chip to fill in the background
Cut the floral panel on an angle per
the sketch and mount onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock.
Trim the background panel, mount onto
a piece of Chocolate Chip cardstock, trim again and mount onto the Peekaboo
Peach card front.
Mount the focal image circle using
Stamp the sentiment using Stampin’
Archival™ Basic Black Ink, add the flowers with Going Gray ink (I used the
marker to ink the stamp) and lightly color with Going Gray, Peekaboo Peach and
Blushing Bride markers.
Use the Big Shot™ with the Ticket Duo
Dies to die cut the sentiment and another piece from Chocolate Chip cardstock.
Cut the Chocolate Chip die cut in
half, mount behind the sentiment and adhere to the card front with dimensional
foam to finish off the card.