Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Aged to perfection card with SNS


Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my second Sprinkle n' Sparkle March post.
Irit is here  today and I am going to share a lovely vintage style card made with one new SNS stamp set and the well known " broken glass" technique made with SNS embossing powder. 
This technique is a perfect finish for the old stamped items and for any vintage project.


Product list:
VersaMark ink Tsukineko
Distress inks – Ranger
Cardstock- 7 Gypsies, Canson
Twine


Starting  March  , SNS is doing something new.  Instead of a traditional blog hop, the designers will begin showcasing the new sets on the 5th of each month and one lucky winner of a $20 gift certificate to SNS will be chosen at the end of each month. 
In order to be eligible to win, you must comment on both the SNS Blog and a Mystery Designer's blog (will be checked for compliance).  The more often you leave comments on the Designers' blogs and on the SNS Blog, the better your chances of winning the prize!

And here are some close- ups to the technique and then the full step by step tutorial for you to see:



Step by step tutorial:

1.Stamp the Old Truck image using brown pigmented ink and then heat emboss it with Copper embossing powder.




 2.Use some Distress Oxide   on your craft mat and color the stamped image by dragging it over the wet inks.


3.Make the basic card layer with patterned cardstock and heat emboss the edges with Copper embossing powder as shown.


4.Heat emboss the stamped front edges with the same Copper embossing powder.


5.Cover the stamped card front with a generous layer of VersaMark and Clear embossing powder and heat emboss it all. Repeat this step for 4-5 more times to get a very thick layer of clear embossing over the card front. Put the piece into the freezer for a couple of minutes and then brake it gently to get the broken glass look.


6. Stamp and color  the sentiment from the same stamp set  with the same products as the truck image. Cut it and glue over the card.Add a few natural twine strings as shown.


1 comment:

Luvs2paint and Create said...

love your design and the papers and techniques

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