hope you’ve had a great weekend.
When I was preparing yesterday’s video – Revertsed Double Cutain Fold, I made a card base for the card I
was making but, unfortunately, I’d adhered all the layers
together, forgetting I needed wrap the curtains around the top two
So I started with a cardbase of Whisper White Cardstock, with a layer of Melon Mambo and then a top layer of Whisper White.
Then I stamped three leafy
stems using Old Olive Ink, three bows using Archival Basic Grey Ink, and
six of the double flowers which are two-step stamps.
Using Melon Mambo
Ink, I stamped the darkest image first, and then I stamped the Melon
Mambo Ink off once for the background image of the flowers.
I die cut all the images. Once they were all done, I arranged
the images in various layouts on the card base trying to decide what I
wanted to do with them.
I started with a bouquet and worked my way
through various arrangements down to a single stem. I decided I liked
the triple stems layout the best.
For each of the three individual stems, I chose two small and one larger
flower each. I used my now retired Two Way Glue Pen the adhere the stems to
the card base. The nine flowers and three bows were adhered with thin
short slices of Dimensionals!
It was a toss up between tiny Pearls in
the centres of the flowers or dots drawn with my white gel pen – the
I chose the Get Well Soon sentiment from the Hopeful Thoughts Stamp Set. Using Archival Basic Grey Ink, and Whisper White Cardstock, I stamped
the sentiment and punched it out using the Classic Label Punch. I also
punched two more out in Basic Grey Cardstock.
I cut one in half
horizontally and adhered them behind the sentiment top and bottom. Then I
cut both ends off the second Basic Grey label, so they were about half
and inch long and adhered them at either end of the sentiment so it
looks just like a normal layer! Then I adhered the sentiment to the
card front with Dimensionals.
That’s about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy carafting.