Happy Everything

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All week the Design Team are sharing One Layer Cards using products from either the Happy Everything release and new Bloom release.

Here is my card.

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SUPPLIES Stamps (all Penny Black) Promise Me (4384K); Embellishments (30-161); Special Wishes (30-229) Ink Worn Lipstick, Festive Berries, Shabby Shutters, Mowed Lawn Distress Markers (Ranger); Black Dye Ink (Hero Arts); Tumbled Glass Distress Ink (Ranger) Other Washi Tape (Michaels) Versamark Ink (Tsukineko); Zing Black EP (American Crafts)

SUPPLIES Stamps (all Penny Black) Promise Me (4384K); Embellishments (30-161); Special Wishes (30-229) Ink Worn Lipstick, Festive Berries, Shabby Shutters, Mowed Lawn Distress Markers (Ranger); Black Dye Ink (Hero Arts); Tumbled Glass Distress Ink (Ranger) Other Washi Tape (Michaels) Versamark Ink (Tsukineko); Zing Black EP (American Crafts)

I wanted to try something a little different to create dimension.  I masked off a frame 1/8″ from my card base.  To create my faux layer, I used washi tape to mask off the frame that I lightly drew with a pencil.  I then used Tumbled Glass Distress Ink to highlight the borders of the frame.

Within my frame, I stamped Promise Me (4384K) several times.  The color medium I used was Distress Markers which were directly colored on the stamp and then lightly misted with water.  I then wanted to create a faux ribbon around my “frame”.  I used the twine and bow image from Embellishments (30-161) for this.  I removed the top portion of the washi tape and then heat embossed the image using black EP.

When that was dry, I removed the rest of the washi tape and erased all the pencil markings.  I then added a sentiment from Special Wishes (30-229).

Hope you’ve been checking the rest of the ladies’ designs on the blog!

I am including this card in this week’s Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge:  Keep It Clean and Simple

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3 thoughts on “Happy Everything

  1. Wow! This is awesome! Love the coloring and the beautiful details.
    What a wonderful project, all of the details are stunning!It’s very inspiring.

  2. Pingback: Sympathy Card | Cardography

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