Updated: May 29
Parisian Notes is such a gorgeous set! Here is what the stamp looks like.
And this is my finished card!
I packed a lot of technique in this one card! Here are the steps and product I used.
4 x 5 1/4″ White Daisy: Stencil with Shortbread ink. I used the Honeycomb stencil from the Card Front Patterns stencil set. There’s no need to cover the whole piece. Just stencil here and there with light tones.
Stamp the stenciled piece with the large image using Toffee ink. When you are stamping something as large as this, set your block on the table to add ink. This will help you get good ink coverage. Also make sure you use the foam under the paper. This will give you a crisp image. I use the Stampendable tool to make sure the ink goes on the paper evenly.
Next, I splattered my black shimmer brush on the upper right and lower left. Just a little bit of splattering goes a long way in giving you a nice look.
Adhere gold embellishing thread over the flowers with a glue dot. You can find fine thread at any craft store.
Next, stamp a second image on scrap with and fussy cut the two flowers. Place them over the base flowers using thin 3-D foam tape.
Stamp “thank you” in three generations on the front of the card with black ink.
I added some crocheted lace from my ribbon stash at the bottom and finished with tiny black epoxy hearts from our Black & White Dots.
Mat the card front to a piece of 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″ of black cardstock. Adhere to card base.
It’s really not a very difficult card to make, and I hope by giving you the steps I’ve used, you will find this a fast, easy, and fun card to make!
Thanks so much for popping in!