Sunday, 16 November 2014

Happy Birthday with IBS: Roses forever

 A few weeks ago we had this Blog hop for Inspired by Stamping  third Birthday. I made a card with this rose stamp and it was on my table since. (Yes, I am a messy crafter who cleans once in .... dont' ask)
So I decided to make another project with the same stamp and even made a small tutorial about how I made this card. It's quite a few techniques used here, so here  is my  step by step tutorial (no photos for step, just the words  that explain the steps)
Supply list:
Cardstock: Kraft-American Crafts
 Patterned paper: Marion Smith
Stamps: Big Wishes 2, Flowers Bloom- Inspired by Stamping
Inks: VersaMark- Tsukineko
Embossing powders: Wow! Embossing Powders

 Markers: Distress markers- Ranger

 How to make this card:

1. Make a basic card with Kraft cardstock. Stamp Roses around another piece of Kraft cardstock with VersaMark and heat emboss with white powder. Color the roses in a very light kind of "white wash" coloring with distress markers.
2. Stamp another rose over a piece of patterned paper, heat emboss with black powder and color with the same markers. Cut it out and adhere with 3d foam glue over one of the stamped images.
3. Stamp the sentiment over a piece of striped paper and heat emboss with black powder. Cut the sentiment, ink the edges with green marker and glue it with 3d foam glue.

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