Saturday, April 11, 2020
What A Savior
I am sharing another fairly easy design for Easter that I created this week using the Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamp Set, What A Savior.
I have not inked this set up in a while and since I had it out for the previous post (the floral image), I went ahead and made several cards with a white background and one with a black background.
I like to participate with online challenges and will be linking this card to the Inspire.Create.Challenge #066 “Easter” Challenge along with the Watercooler Wednesday #266 “All About Occasions” Challenge.
Easter is one of my favorite holidays and although it may be a bit different than normal with our "social distancing" due to the pandemic, we can still rejoice in our Risen Savior and worship online with our church family!
To create this card-
Ink the sentiment image from What A Savior with Versafine™ Onyx Black ink, stamp onto white cardstock, apply clear embossing powder and heat set with a heat tool.
Once the embossing has cooled, die cut with a stitched oval die. Die cut another oval from black cardstock, split in half and layer behind the embossed sentiment.
Ink the floral image with Versafine™ Onyx Black ink , stamp onto white cardstock, apply clear embossing powder and heat set with a heat tool.
Watercolor with water-based markers and fussy cut the image.
Emboss a piece of white cardstock with an ornate lace 3-D embossing folder, trim and mount onto black cardstock. Add a strip of 1” black satin ribbon and adhere to a white card base.
Mount the layered oval sentiment and floral image with dimensional foam.
To finish off the card, use a clear glitter pen to add shimmer to the petals.
Stamp Sets: What A Savior (Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps)
Ink/Mediums: Versafine™ Onyx Black, Stampin’ Write Markers- Blushing Bride, Flirty Flamingo, Granny Apple Green, Pear Pizzazz; Spectrum Noir™ Clear Glitter Pen
Cardstock/Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black
Accessories: Gemini, Jr.™, Ornate Lace 3-D Textured Embossing Folder (Crafters Companion™), AquaPainter™, 1” Black Satin Ribbon
Thanks again for taking the time to visit- I hope all of you have a blessed Resurrection Sunday!