Monday, 12 March 2018

Amazing you : SNS March release card


Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first  Sprinkle n' Sparkle March post.
Irit is here  today and I am going to share a lovely oriental card made with one of the new released stamps and quite a lot of SNS  embossing powders.
First let me say that our new release is just gorgeous and in my personal opinion this Paisley Elephant stamp is the " Must have" one. It's pretty large and detailed and easy to cut after stamping; it's the stamp that you can color with all possible markers, but you also can mist in a second like I did in my tutorial. 



Product list:
EP By the lake EP400
Cardstock- AC, Papericious
Dies- Cherry Lynn and non branded
Texture paste
Indian embellishments
Mists- Tattered Angels

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!

Some details are here and then the full tutorial:




 Step by step tutorial:

1. Cut your Papericious (or other) cardstock as shown to fit the top and the bottom of the card.


2.Stamp the Paisley Elephant  over white cardstock with pigmented black ink and heat emboss with Black detail embossing powder.


3.Hand cut the stamped image and mist it with Tattered Angels Glimmer mist. Let the image be totally dry.


4.Stamp the sentiment from the same stamp set and color it with the same mist using baby wipe. Arrange the sentiment as shown.



5.Make your  cardstock stencil with a die cut card panel  for one time use. Cover the card base with this stencil and embossing paste. 





 6.Sprinkle By  the Lake embossing powder over the wet embossing paste and heat emboss it. Don't try to make it perfect mas this is a Mixed Media background and it's never perfect.



Mist the heat embossed background with TA blue mist  and let it dry.



 7.Glue the cardstock strips from the previous step as shown.



8.Glue the elephant image and sentiment and some Indian embellishments over the card.



 Your card is done! Enjoy it!


2 comments:

Shona Erlenborn said...

Love it Irit! Thanks for the step by step tutorial.

Luvs2paint and Create said...

i had no vision on this elephant until i seen what has been done with it lovely

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