Distress Inks, Distress Oxides, Fern Garden, Florals, Kuretake Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens, Let's Flamingle, Little Mushroom, Meadow Greens, Papertrey Ink, Pink Fresh Studio, Stampendous, Tim Holtz, Vintage NoteStampendous Little Mushroom & Fern Garden April 25, 2019 CopyCatCards I recently received a big fat package of goodies from Stampendous and was so tickled to see these beautiful images! I immediately got busy and have been making cards with Little Mushroom and it’s coordinating dies plus this amazing background stamp called Fern Garden! I’m in love!!! The first thing I did was to ink up Fern Garden with Peeled Paint and Forest Moss distress oxide inks, then spritzed with a fine mist of water. I stamped it out onto a panel of Bristol Smooth card stock, then stamped it again onto a second panel so as not to waste any of that delicious color! Next, I stamped the Little Mushroom onto another piece of Bristol Smooth and had so much fun coloring it in with my Zig markers! I spattered droplets of water to create “texture” on the image then used the handy-dandy die to cut it out! Lastly, I added some bits of foam tape to the mushroom and attached it to the Fern Garden background then adhered that to a white base card. I stamped the sentiment directly to the card front with Versafine Onxy Black ink. This was a simple card and I just love the woodsy-ness of it, don’t you?! For my next card, I decided to play around with the Fern Garden background using the Floral Garden Embossing Powder kit which I also received! It has twelve little containers of colorful embossing powders and little scoops for using with it. I inked up Fern Garden with Versamark and stamped it onto a piece of Bristol Smooth then scooped the two shades of blue powder onto a section of the inked design, tapped it off and heat set it. I did this again but used the two greens next! I inked up Fern Garden again with Versamark, then turned the stamp so the design was going in a different direction and stamped it directly onto the first heat-set layer of colors! Again, I scooped additional colors of powders (orange, red and yellow) but this time I placed each color onto an area of the Versamark’d image, gently removed the excess and then heat-set them all at the same time. I hope all that makes sense! The result of all that layering, scooping, heat-setting and repeating is quite vividly beautiful, I think! I have a stamp set by Papertrey Ink called Meadow Greens with fern stamps and dies, so I stamped one out onto Bristol Smooth using distress oxide inks (Peeled Paint and Mowed Lawn) then die-cut it. I also die-cut a fern of olive green card stock and placed that beneath the stamped fern. To complete my card, I adhered the Fern Garden background panel to a white card base, added a little Vintage Note script stamp to the bottom then attached my ferns to the lower corner using foam tape for dimension. The sentiment is from Pink Fresh Studio’s Let’s Flamingle set! I had a lot of fun playing with the embossing powder kit and the Fern Garden background and have several ideas for more fun cards, so stay tuned! Thanks for visiting! AdvertisementShare this:Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Wow, beautiful cards, love them.
Thank you, Darlene! 🙂
Thanks so much, Pat! I love it! 🙂