Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Vintage and Lace Day 2

Well Easter has come and gone,and I think that we are all waiting and anticipating some sunshine.  This will be really welcome.

This week the theme Vintage and lace and covers almost all occasions.  I seem to have numerous 50th Wedding Anniversaries over the coming months, and the vintage  and lace seem to fit the bill for a card.

So here is this weeks card:-

and this is what I used:-

Cream card
Gold mirri card
Black card
Gold ink pad
Detail Clear Embossing Powder
Gold Organza ribbon
Stampendous Frame Dies
Various Peel offs from stash
Lace Hearts ADS108

This  was how I completed the card

1  Take a piece of cream card and fold in half.

2  The Stampendous Frame dies are the next step. Take the largest, next size down and then 2 sizes smaller die and cut  the largest in gold mirri card, for the middle layer cut from black and the top layer in cream card.

3  The cream cut panel is now decorated.  First stamp one of the smaller hearts in the lower right hand corner using the gold ink pad and cover this with detail clear embossing, heat with a heat gun.  Next stamp the heart on to a post it note to form a matt.

4  Cover the stamped image on the cream card with the post it mask.  The image is then stamped again BUT before stamping on to the cream card stamp on to a scrap of paper and using the  second generation ink on the stamp.  Cover this image with the embossing powder and heat.

5  Take and cream, the gold, cream and black panels and attach to the base card .  I used double side adhesive to attach the layers together, however you could used 3D foam or silicone glue to give some dimension.

6 Take one of the sentiment stamps and using the gold ink stamp in each corner area.

7  The last 2 stages are to tie the organza ribbon around the spine of the card and to place peel offs in the corners and a 50 peel off sentiment

There is your card. Hope you like it.

Bye for now, thanks for stopping by. You can get more inspiration from the rest of the team by visiting the Woodware blog


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