Hi! Today's card is by Designer Chris. I used the new Memory In Our Heart stamp set, and stamped out the sentiment and sprinkled on a rainbow of embossing powders! I also used the same embossing powders to create a layered frame for the sentiment, and a glitter lace background. Let's check out the card.
Sparkle N Sprinkle Memory In Our Heart stamp set [00-917P8]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Red Apple embossing powder [EP276]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Tangy Tangerine embossing powder [EP447]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Daffodil embossing powder [EP217]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Forest Green embossing powder [EP282]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Blue Ribbon embossing powder [EP279]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Amethyst embossing powder [EP199]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Bridal glitter [G1029]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Butterscotch glitter [GM2051]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Denim glitter [GM2033]
Sparkle N Sprinkle Sticker Paper 
Sparkle N Sprinkle Glitter Brush [SG1400]
Versamark ink [VM-001]
Anti Static Bag 
Tonic Mixed Edge Oval Layering Basics Die Set [1456E]
Tonic Will's Hand - Love Miniature Moments Die Set [1891E]
Photo Play Summer Bucket List 6x6 Paper Pad [BL-2566]
Tonic Tim Holtz Stamp Platform [1707e]
Tonic Tangerine machine [138e]
Tonic 12" Wide Base Craft Guillotine [454a]
Tonic Easy Clean Craft Mat [1514e]
I positioned the stamp in my Tonic Tim Holtz Stamp Platform and stamped it onto white cardstock, with Versamark ink. I then sprinkled on a tiny bit of the embossing powders, before tilting the cardstock to remove the rest of all the powders. I sprinkled on just a bit of each color, because I knew they would co-mingle when I dumped them off the project. I was able to reuse the leftover, which you can see below. But, here is the sentiment with the rainbow of embossing powders: Red Apple, Tangy Tangerine, Daffodil, Forest Green, Blue Ribbon, and Amethyst. I used the left over embossing powders to create a multi-color matting around the sentiment too. I die cut all the ovals using Tonic's Mixed Edge Oval Layering Basics dies and my Tonic Tangerine machine.
I also used Tonic's Will's Hand - Love die cut to cut out the love and shadow. I inked ujp the love with Versamark ink and then dredged it through my pile of left over embossing powder from the sentiment above. I heat set this, and loved how it turned out! I layered it over the shadow image and adhered it to the front when I had the front done.
Here is a shot of all the embossing powders I used to create the sentiment and the frame. These are gorgeous powders and they worked perfect for this project!
And, here is a photo of how I created the background! I die cut out some hearts from some patterned papers in the Photo Play Summer Bucket List paper pack. I laid down a piece of Sticker Paper, pull away the release paper, and then die cut an oval from the release paper. I replaced the oval onto the sticker paper to keep it from being covered by the glitter. I pressed down the hearts into the sticker paper. Then, I covered the sticker paper with a piece of lace, and pressed Bridal glitter. I burnished it really well with my finger tool, and then dusted off the glitter. I removed the lace, and then burnished in Denim glitter, which adhered to the revealed sticker adhesive that the lace had been covering up. This creaed a cool background! I also kept a strip of stick paper across the bottom, and pressed in Butterscotch glitter to the bottom strip before adhering the love die cut to the base.
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I had a lot of fun making this card and I love how the rainbow of embossing powders worked out, which so perfectly showcased this amazing sentiment stamp!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a magical day!
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