I have a brand new card to share with you today featuring the BEAUTIFUL new release, Rose Heart! It's a gorgeous stamp that you can layer up with.
Now let me tell you how I created it!
SNS Supply List:
Rose Heart 939
Lana Pink EP150
Nuvo Hybrid Black Shadow 201N
1/2" Tear-ific Tape SAT04
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive 200N
Nuvo Gilding Flakes - Copper 852N
HAI Sequins Flower Cups HAI-SEQ-006
Isn't this just a perfect Valentine's Day stamp? The best part - you can do layered stamping! To create my background, I did random stamping on a piece of kraft cardstock using the heart stamps and Black Shadow Ink. I really wanted a random pattern. To make an accent on one of the hearts, I stamped the second layer with Versamark Ink and heat embossed with Copper Embossing Powder. The panel was cut to a 3.75x5 inch piece.
On a separate piece of cardstock I did the 3 part stamping with pink, dark pink and the Black Show Ink, then fussy cut out the heart.
Now, I decided to have a bit of fun with my Embossing Powders! I created my own "custom blend" using Rosa, Lana Pink and finely crushed up Sunkissed Copper Gilding Flakes!! I always have a few empty jars on hand so I can put my "custom creations" in them. You can also purchase them HERE if you want to grab some for yourself!
I applied strips of 1/2" Tear-ific Tape around the outside edge of my cardbase, then removed the protective backing and sprinkled on my custom blended embossing powder. I made sure to heat set well. Then I added my kraft panel (with Tear-ific Tape of course!), popped up my fussy cut heart and stamped a sentiment using Versamark Ink. I heat embossed the sentiment with Rosa Embossing Powder and adhered it with foam squares.
A simple gold/white twine from my stash was added to embellish along with some of the HAI Supply Flower Cup Sequins (which were adhered with Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive).
I hope you enjoyed this quick card tutorial! Now go on out and create your own custom Embossing Powder blends!!!
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See you next week!