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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Always Believe ~ Altenew

Simple stamping and an encouraging messages makes for a wonderful card.

Hello and welcome to my blog! My name is Saundra and I am a card maker. I love to create and hope you find a bit of inspiration while you are here.

Well friends, it has been a while since I have posted anything. Life got a little crazy and I was kind of lost for a little while. I hope to be more consistent in posting from now on.

For today's card I kept things simple. I think this card would be an easy one to mass produce and by changing the greeting and color scheme you would have a nice set of cards.
 Let's have a closer look!


Supplies are listed below. Please feel free to skip to the bottom to see what was used. Affiliate links have been used where applicable. It does not cost you extra when you click on them but I do get a small compensation. )

This is almost a one layer card, except I used a card stock panel and added it to card base.

For this card I started by stamping the base flower from Altenew's Sophisticated Wreath stamps. I chose the lightest shade of purple for the first layer. I created a few masks so that I could stamp across the card panel. To do this quickly I chose several sheets of Post Its and stamped my image once. I fussy-cut the image once by keeping all the layers of Post its together. The result was that I had several masks from one stamping.

I continued stamping my base layer across the top and bottom of the card panel. Using my masks I stamped the second layer with the darker ink.


Instead of using the last layer for the flower centers I used a Versmarker to add sticky ink and gold embossing powder.  I heat set it and moved on to the sentiment.

I chose to do some selective stamping for my sentiment. I heat embossed the Wonderful with gold embossing powder and stamped the rest of the sentiment in Deep Iris Ink.

Once all of my stamping and heat embossing was complete, I added my card panel to my card base.

Super simple but elegant!


For this card I used the following supplies:


Versamarker

Inks:

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