Hi there stampers! I can’t believe the new catalog launches next week! I am beyond excited as this catalog has some truly amazing products. As a demonstrator, I was able to pre-order some products from the new catalog and I’ll be showcasing those in my card today.
I started with some of this gorgeous Wood Textured DSP that I can’t stress enough is just beautiful in person. The paper looks realistic and is great for masculine and feminine cards. I then heat embossed in white embossing powder the floral image from the Wood Words stamp set. This one stamp is why I bought this set however the other images are super cute too. After stamping in Versamark and heat embossing, I wanted to try to add some color to the open images by using some watercolor. I knew that traditional watercolors would not give me the look I was going for against this dark background so I decided to try using my new Distress Oxide inks. And guess what, it worked fabulously.
I used Peeled Paint and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide inks with a little bit of water to apply color to embossed images. Because this is not watercolor paper, you want to use as little water as possible. I had to apply several layers of the ink in order to get the depth of color I was looking for.
I then used the new Lovely Words Thinlits to cut out 3 of the hugs sentiment and glued all 3 together to get that chipboard effect. I added some ink splatter to the background using Copic Opaque White ink and adhered the “hugs” sentiment to the front.
I then adhered the wood panel to a layer of Pink Pirouette and this was adhered to a top folding A2 card base made from Early Espresso. To finish off the card I added some Wink of Stella to the hugs sentiment and add three water droplets from Pretty Pink Posh.
You can watch my video on how to make this card on my YouTube Channel HERE, or watch below:
I have been stamping and crafting for about 13 years now. I love to see the smile on someone's face when they receive a handmade gift. Stampin' Up! has the best products and I love being a demonstrator for a truly great company!
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