I hope you had a great weekend! We spent the weekend relaxing with family and celebrating Father's Day!
Today I am featuring my product of the week, the Painted Glass stampset (#147461 for clearmount and #147458 for wood mount), which is also available as a bundle (#148362 for clearmount and #148361 for woodmount). Today, I am featuring just the stamps themselves! Here is my project for the day:
And here is the product of the week!
I made this card for my display at OnStage this April, and I've been holding back on showing you! But I have more than one customer that needs Sympathy Cards all the time, so this one works well! To complete this project, you need:
Links by TheseAreMyStamps.com
Let's take another look at the card:
I don't know why butterflies seemed to suit, but I thought they did! Here is how to make this card:
1. Cut a piece of 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" Early Espresso Cardstock. Score and fold at 4 1/4" to create a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card base.
2. Cut a piece of 4" x 5 1/4" paper from the Wood Textures Designer Series paper--there are so many that would look great--just pick one, they're a great neutral! Cut a piece of 1 1/2" x 4 1/4" vellum. Stamp the sentiment on the vellum using Versamark, sprinkle on some white embossing powder and carefully heat using the heat tool to set the embossing powder.
3. Stamp 3 butterflies on thick white cardstock and cut out using the paper snips. Colour using the Pumpkin Pie and Crumb Cake Stampin' Blends Markers. Adhere to the vellum using glue dots and set aside (tip: if you gently bend the wings at the body, and only put the glue dot on the body, it will look more like the butterflies are flying!).
4. Cut out the circle from Early Espresso cardstock using the Stitched Shapes framelits. Adhere the wood textures piece to the card base, and adhere the circle to the top of that using tear tape or snail. Take the vellum piece, and on the back side, add glue dots where the butterflies are covering the vellum and anywhere the letters from the sentiment are thick enough to hide the glue dots. And Voila--this card is done!