Map Cards ~ Simple Stamping with Wonky Paper Layers Tutorial

Today, for Technique Time at Unity, I share two cards showing simple stamping with wonky paper layers.

Sentiment:  Here for you always.

Here are helpful tips for creating these cards using simple stamping with wonky paper layers.  To begin, for each card, trim or die-cut two background layers using coordinating patterned paper.  Then, stamp the map onto the top paper layer.  Next, stamp and trim the sentiment flag with Copic friendly ink.  Also, stamp the heart onto the map.  Then, color in the heart and the sentiment with Copic markers (or your color choice).  Optional, tie cording around the sentiment flag for an added accent if you want.  Next, adhere the back panel to the card base at a diagonal.  Then, adhere the top map panel over the bottom panel in a straight alignment or at an angle.  Finally, add the sentiment panel and adhesive dots, to finish the card.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Here For You Map; mini misti, MCT stitched rectangular diesdouble-sided foam tape, flat clear double-sided tape, Ranger archival ink in jet black and magenta hue; Simon Says Stamp intense black ink, Pink Paislee and other assorted patterned paper from my stash, pink cording, adhesive dots, Copic markers RV09 and R32.

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
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Watercolor Wednesday.

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