One of my customers asked me about making a card she saw online. I loved the card and decided to do a tutorial on it. :))) Here is the original…. and thank you to whoever designed this gorgeous card!! I love it so much I’m “scrap-lifting” it! lol :))
Here is my finished Card:
- First start by gathering supplies. You will need:
- one sheet of white 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock
- embossing folder
- Distress Inks
- Water brush
- Mini Misti stamp tool or stamping acrylic blocks
- small flower stamps that have outlines – not filled in stamps
- embossing powder *I used Silver Pearl by Ranger
- versamark ink pad
- heat tool
- circle die
- 6″ piece of string.
- die cut word (I used word from Tim Holtz die set)
- sequins and pearl pen
2. Cut the white cardstock to 5.5″ by 8.5″ fold to create card base. Cut left over piece to get one piece at 4 1/8″ x 5 1/4″ and emboss this piece. Cut second piece at 3 7/8″ x 5″ and cut a circle in the top center.
3. Using a acrylic block or Mini Misti, stamp the flowers onto the edge of the circle using Versamark ink and heat emboss with Silver pearl powder.
4. Repeat this step, by stamping flowers all the way around the circle.
5. Using Distress Inks and a waterbrush, pick the ink up from the ink pad with the waterbrush and paint the flowers.
Here is the blue ink painted on the flowers. You can use three colors like I used or five like the original sample. It’s up to you! 😀
6. Finish painting all the flowers. If the first layer is faded, paint flowers again and add shading.
7. Stamp a sentiment on a 1/2″ by 5″ piece. Foam square it and stick it onto bottom of the card, wrapping the excess around the left side of the paper.
8. Foam square the flower piece to the front of the embossed piece.
9. Adhere these pieces to the card front. Glue on sentiment. Tie on string to left side.
10. Glue on sequins and add blue pearl pen. And there you have it! A gorgeous card for a friend!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and are inspired to try this card yourself! :))