Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Stamp, stencil & glitter peonies ~ Slimline card tutorial

Today, I am sharing coordinating stamps and stenciling for this slimline birthday card.


Sentiment:  Happy birthday


Helpful tips:

For this card, I used the peonies stamps set and the coordinating stencil to stamp and color the flowers.  To begin, stamp the flowers on smooth white cardstock.  Then, add color to them by using the stencil along with ink for blending.  Also, stencil the flower in order of the layering that you want, using different colors or mediums for each layer.  Next, once colored in, fussy cut (cut out) the flower.  Then, using the pre-cut slimline layers, assemble the slimline card with embellishments, to finish.

For this card, using MFT slimline die-cut layers:
Cut the card base 8 1/2" x 7", score at 3 1/2"

Here is another look.


I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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 Supplies:
Also, Fiskars paper trimmer, scissors, original Misti, ink blending brushes, distress oxide ink worn lipstick, distress ink speckled egg and scattered straw, Ranger archival ink magenta hue, Gina K. Designs glitz glitter in bubblegum, spatula, MFT extreme black hybrid ink, pad, poppin' pink premium dye inkcement gray and princess pink prestige cardstock, slimline slide-in and slimline starter die-namicsflat and foam double-sided tape. 
 
Thank you for visiting. 
Gaylynn



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