Saturday, 19 October 2019

"Nature's Beauty" Card Tutorial

  • Stamp SetsNature’s Beauty (150528); Beautiful Promenade (146842)
  • Cardstock – Crumb Cake (120953); Night of Navy (100867); Shaded Spruce (146981); Whisper White (100730); Whisper White Thick (140272)
  • Stamp Pads – Crumb Cake (147116); Night of Navy (147110); Soft Suede (147115)
  • Misc. – Pressed Petals Designer Series Paper (DSP) (149500); Stitched Nested Labels Dies (149638); Gathered Leaves Dies (150662); Tailored Tag Punch (145667); Pinewood Planks 3D Embossing Folder (152320); Blender Pens (102845); Sponge Daubers (133773); Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430); Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals (144108); SNAIL Adhesive (104332); (die cut machine)
  • Crumb Cake: 2” x 4 1/4”
  • Night of Navy: 1” x 4”
  • Shaded Spruce: 4” x 5 1/4"
  • Whisper White: 1” x 3”; 2” x 4”
  • Whisper White Thick: 2 ½” x 4”; 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
  • DSP: 3 3/4” x 5”
  1. Score Whisper White Thick cardstock at 4 1/4"; fold to create card base.
  2. Emboss DSP with Pinewood Planks 3D Embossing Folder; adhere to Shaded Spruce cardstock. Adhere to card front.
  3. Adhere Night of Navy cardstock strip.
  4. Stamp sentiment on smallest Whisper White strip with Night of Navy ink. Punch banner shape on right side using Tailored Tag Punch. Adhere to card front.
  5. Stamp deer on 2” x 4” piece of Whisper White with Soft Suede ink. Use Blender Pen and Crumb Cake ink to color; cut out deer.
  6. Die-cut label from remaining piece of Whisper White Thick Cardstock. Adhere to card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Adhere deer to label with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  7. Apply Soft Suede ink to leaf die with Sponge Dauber; die-cut leaf from Crumb Cake cardstock. Repeat 2 more times, reinking die each time.
  8. Tuck leaves behind label die-cut; adhere with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Enjoy the day & HAPPY STAMPING!

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