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Thursday, 4 August 2016

Handmade Card Kinda Eclectic Ombre Technique using Stampin' Up! Products UK

I am off dog walking  shortly, so I will keep today fairly brief ...If I can,, as I do like to yak on lol

Today's card is one of three that I made as a class project this week. The techniques for this week, were Ombre and Making your own Designer Series Paper
There was just one stamp set used

KINDA ECLECTIC

The great thing about these techniques, as each and every background will be different ... and that is why you will rarely see me using Designer Series Papers. I do, just not often ... I am a rubber stamper at heart he he


I used the Rich Razzelberry Ombre Ink Pad for the sentiment.

The key to these ink pads, is using little circles rather than stamping using the entire ink pad, since that results in lines. I have included a Video Below showing your how best to use these fab new kind of Ink Pad. & the Tutorial is beneath the Video

Feel free to CASE any of my creative projects (Copy & Paste Everything)


STAMP SET
KINDA ECLECTIC

INK PADS
OLD OLIVE
ALWAYS ARTICHOKE
BASIC BLACK
RICH RAZZELBERRY OMBRE

CARDSTOCK
WHISPER WHITE
ISLAND INDIGO

FRAMELITS DIES
LAYERING OVALS

PUNCH
ELEGANT BUTTERFLY

ACCESSORIES
BASIC RHINESTONES

TOOLS
BIG SHOT
MAGNETIC PLATFORM
STAMPIN TRIMMER
ACRYLIC BLOCK BUNDLE
PAPER SNIPS
BONE FOLDER 

ADHESIVES
TOMBOW LIQUID GLUE
STAMPIN DIMENSIONALS
MINI GLUE DOTS



Watch the Video Below

Tutorial

  1. CARD BASE - Trim a piece of  Island Indigo cardstock to 30 x 10.5 cms; score long side at 14.9 cms; fold & burnish
  2. Trim two pieces of Whisper White Cardstock to 14.4 x 10.1 cms; stick one of these panels to the inside of the card for you to write/stamp your greeting
  3. With the other Whisper White Panel, Randomly Stamp the Leaf using Always Artichoke Ink and. Randomly Over Stamp this with the leaf stamp again, this time using Old Olive Ink Pad; Mat onto the card base using Tomnbow
  4. Onto a piece of Whisper White Cardstock, stamp the ombre ink pad, and cut round using paper spis to give an ombre striped panel. Add Stampin Dimensionals to the back and mount onto the centre of the card front so the lines are vertical
  5. Stamp your sentiment onto a scrap of whisper white cardstock and die cut using the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies, and run through your Big Shot Die Cutting Machine. Slot the sentiment behind the vertical panel using Stampin Dimensionals
  6. Stamp 3 butterflies using the Ombre Ink Pad. Select a different section of the ink pad for each butterfly; Punch our the butterflies using the Elegant Butterfly Punch; mount onto card front using Mini Glue Dots
  7. Finish with a flourish of Basic Rhinestones.

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