card is my second card using the Tie Dyed Stamp Set. I used Soft Sky
Ink and Marina Mist Ink to create a lake for the swans to
I’m pleased how this idea grew although I wasn’t sure what
sentiment to use.
was very disappointed to see that the embossing folder I’ve used is
called Falling Petals. When I first saw it, I saw hearts floating
upwards, and that’s how it’s going to be with me!
Hubby thought they
looked like birds, or butterflies! I love the idea of hearts floating upwards and see it
being used for Valentine Cards and Mother’s Day Cards! What did you
think when you first saw this embossing folder?
created my card with a Soft Sky Cardstock (CS) base, with a layer of
Shimmery White CS and a top layer of Soft Sky CS. I dry embossed this top
layer using the Falling Petals aka Floating Hearts. I
adhered the top two layers together using Tombow.
Marina Mist Ink, I stamped the first square stamp from the Tie Dyed
Stamp Set onto a piece of Shimmery White CS. Then I stamped on top of
the image using Soft Sky Ink and the second square stamp.
With the two
square stamps in this set, I don’t think it makes any real difference
which stamp you use for the darkest ink.
I die cut the
image using no.7 straight cut die from the Layered Circles Framelits Dies
and layered it onto a piece of Shimmery White CS I’d die cut using no. 8
of the scalloped Layered Circle Dies.
I stamped the swan and the
signets, which are from the Swan Lake Stamp Set, using Archival Basic Black ink onto Shimmery White CS and cut them out by hand. Using my Pumpkin Pie Marker Pen, I coloured their beaks,
and then adhered them to the water using Tombow.
stamped the sentiment, which is from the new Big on Birthdays Stamp
Set, uisng Archival Basic Black Ink onto a piece of Shimmery white
cardstock, layered it onto a piece of the lake design.
I should have
layered this onto another piece of Shimmery White CS, but I was
distracted by dinner, and had forgotten about it by the time I went back
to finish off my card!
wrapped some white Baker’s Twine around the top two layers five times
and tied it up with a bow. This layer was then adhered to the card
base,. Then I used Tombow to adhere the image and the sentiment in place
It helped me with my Klonopin Online mental disorders.
I hope you all have a great weekend and wish you all a healthy, bright and blessed New Year. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.
Products & Measurements
(21cm x 14.5cm); 3
7/8” x 5½” (10cm x 14cm);
White A4 Cardstock 121717 – 4” x
5 5/8” (10.25cm x 14.25cm); 3¼” x 3¼” (8.2cm x 8.3cm); 4” x 3” (10.25cm x
7.6cm); scraps for swans and signets; 2½” x 3/8” (6.4cm x 1cm)
Basic Black Ink Pad 140931; Refill 140928
Pens – Pumpkin Pie #131259
no. 7; scalloped no. 8
from 4th January 2017 from the Spring Catalogue
Geraldine Homenchuk says
Oh, this is really and truly beautiful! Love what you have done with the tie-dye stamp and I definitely do see hearts in that embossing … it's just super, Jan! SUCH a pretty card! ("petals"? Really?!!)
Hi, Geraldine. I'm so pleased you don't see petals either. As hearts, it's a fabulous embossing folder! I love it! ☺ Happy crafting, JanB.
Pearl Hudson says
oh the card is so soft and beautiful. i agree with the hearts floating upwards. looks like a beautiful stamp set too. such a peaceful scene and i love the color. very nice Jan. happy and healthy new year to you and family.
Hi, Pearl. A Happy New Year to you and your family, too! I'm so pleased you like the floating hearts, too! ☺ Happy crafting, JanB.
Kaye Charles says
the card is beautiful but it is hearts , nothing like petals, happy new year to you and yours
Hi, Kaye. A Happy New Year to you and your family, too! I'm so pleased it's not just me that sees floating hearts! ☺ Happy crafting, JanB.