Saturday, February 20, 2021

Victory Through Our Lord Jesus Christ


Hi Friends!

With Easter fast approaching, I am sharing another Easter card designed using stamps, dies and paper from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

There are so many stamp sets for Easter at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store in addition to the New Release scheduled for reveal this coming week!

This is card features a “faux” alcohol ink background using a piece of designer paper from the Consortium Vivid Ink Drops 6x6 paper pad.

This paper pad has so many beautiful backgrounds- as I mentioned in a previous post, I do enjoy working with alcohol inks, but it can be messy, the Vivid Ink Drops paper pad takes all the work out of creating those fun backgrounds!

I enjoy participating in online challenges and am linking this card to #IB162“Inspired By Quote” Challenge.  I love using Scripture on my cards and this is one of my favorite verses.  

In addition to the Inspired By Challenge, I am also playing along with the Word Art Wednesday #479-#480 “Anything Goes” Challenge, the Stamping Sensations “Color My World” Challenge, the Double Trouble #77 “Layer It On” Challenge and partnering with the Crafter's Cafe #260 "Lace/Pearls" Challenge. 

If you have not had time to check out the Stamp Simply blog or the other challenge sites yet, I hope you will do so- gorgeous inspiration from all!


To create this card:

Cut a piece of black cardstock to 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, adhere a piece of 4” x 5 ¼” white cardstock to the panel.


De-static the lower edge of a 3 ¾” x 5” piece of the Vivid Inks designer paper with an embossing powder tool, stamp the 1 Corinthians 15:57 verse sentiment from He Is Risen with Versafine Onyx Black ink, apply clear embossing powder and heat set with a heat tool.

Once the embossing has cooled, adhere to the background panel and mount onto a white card base.




Create the paper lace from white cardstock using the Tim Holtz Crochet Die adhere to the background panel.

Add a strip of 5/8” Black Twill Ribbon, wrapping the ends behind the panel. 

Adhere to the background panel to a white card base.

For the floral image, use an embossing powder tool to de-static a piece of white cardstock, stamp the floral image from Floral Clusters- Summer Roses with Versafine Onyx Black ink, apply clear embossing powder and heat set with a heat tool.

Once the embossing has cooled, watercolor the image using water-based makers and die cut with the coordinating Floral Clusters Single Die.  Die cut two more of the florals from white cardstock, adhere behind the colored floral image.

Mount onto the card front using dimensional foam or chipboard.

Use a clear glitter pen to add shimmer to the flower petals, a white paint pen to add highlights to the flower center and a few pearls to the floral centers.

Finish off the card with black rhinestones in the upper left-hand corner.  


Stamp Sets:  He Is RisenFloral Clusters- Summer Roses  (Stamp Simply)

Ink/Mediums: Versafine Onyx Black, Water-based Markers- Purple, Pinks, Reds, Light and Dark Green; Zig Wink of Stella- Clear Glitter Marker, Extra Fine White Paint Pen

Cardstock/Paper: White, Black; Craft Consortium Ink Drops- Vivid 6x6 Paper Pad

Accessories/Tools: Gemini, Jr., Stamp Simply Dies- Floral Cluster & Sprigs Dies (part of the Floral Cluster Bundle), Sizzix Thinlit Dies by Tim Holtz- Crochet, Embossing Powder Tool, Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, 5/8” Black Twill, Pearls, Black Rhinestones

Thanks again for taking the time to stop by- I hope all of you have a safe and warm weekend/week!

6 comments:

Donna Scholz said...

Julie, what a beautiful card! I must admit I've never tried using my black Versafine ink to do heat embossing - I LOVE how well your script turned out using it!!! I will definitely have to use your technique on my next card!!! Thank you for sharing your card and creative talents with us at Double Trouble!!! -Donna

Silke Ledlow said...

SO BEAUTIFUL! Love the flower image along with the beautiful Scripture! Thank you so much for joining us!

Erica said...

Love the vibrant colors!

Suzanne Reynolds said...

The use of that beautiful background paper is striking, and still allows the pop of your foral... very pretty card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and The Crafter's Cafe.

cass said...

Beautiful Card. Thanks for entering your wonderful creation in our Pearls /Lace Challenge at The Crafter's Cafe this fortnight.

I Card Everyone said...

Julie, this is so wonderful! and now I have my next paper purchase!
Thanks for joining our Quote Me challenge at IB!
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