Hi there - great to see you here at the Scrapbook Boutique blog today where I've been having fun with 49 and Market's Gabi's Hibiscus stamp set. I thought I'd work with my Prismacolor pencils today to colour up the largest image in the set...
Here's the whole card...
I have a video to show you my creative process and I hope you'll enjoy it below or in HD on You Tube -
Hi there!! Ange here today with a little card stretching one of my existing stamp sets. I do ♥love♥ MFT scribble stamp set and especially paired with the Luxe stamps too. I find the Luxe stamps nice and 'juicy' and really do a good job covering solid stamp shapes. This card originally was going to be a bouquet and whilst I was stamping, I changed my mind to have a flower within a flower. I embossed the scribble in white to make it really pop against the solid colour and was happy with that. A lick of wink of stella gives it a lovely shimmery finish (although I really need to learn restraint sometimes!! )
* Trim red cardstock 21cm x 16 cm and fold in half landscape
* Trim neenah white cardstock 9.5cm x 16 cm
* Cover large MFT solid stamp with Tsukineko Luxe Love Letter and stamp just above the middle of the neenah white.
* Cover smaller MFT solid stamp with Love Letter and stamp close to and above the large stamp.
* re ink and stamp all around middle large stamp so it resembles a flower.
* cover neenah white cardstock with embossing buddy.
* Using versamark cover each "petal" with scribble rose working quickly
* Cover with white embossing powder and heat emboss
* In petals with Tsukineko Pear Tart and stamp
* Stamp sentiment with versafine black onyx
* cover each petal with Wink of Stella
*adhere to red base card with pop dots.
******ETA I was going to emboss first and the stamp the Red petals second as I was worried the embossing powder would stick to the solid if I did it the other was round. I couldn't really see where I was stamping the scribble so I decided to do the solid first. Using the embossing buddy and making sure the red solid shapes were completely dry worked fine :)
Hi, it's Therese, and today I have an Intro video using My Sweet Petunia's Creative Corners for the MISTI. I decided to create a shadow sentiment and thought it would be a great idea to use this tool and the new corners to do just that. Oh, and I thought I might as well make it into a card, so you get to share that process as well.