Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Just for you!

 It's Tuesday so you've got Kathi here to share a project with you. This week's theme over at the Topflight Stamps blog is "Anything Goes". I've made a slimline card using The Birds and The Strings of Day and Night Cling Rubber Stamp Sets by Carabelle Studio. The sentiment is from the More Classic Sentiments Clear Stamp Set by Heffy Doodle. The background was watercolored using Della Blue Elements Ink by Lavinia Stamps.

Here it is!

Using a stamping platform and Nocturne VersaFine Clair Ink by Imagine Crafts, stamp the right facing bird from The Birds Cling Rubber Stamp Set by Carabelle Studio onto a 4" x 9" piece of Bristol Paper. Stamp just the bird's face and beak onto a piece of masking paper, fussy-cut, and place the mask over the bird's face.

Remove the bird stamp from the stamping platform.

Position the sun string stamp from The Strings of Day and Night Cling Rubber Stamp Sets by Carabelle Studio facedown on the image panel so that the top charm is close to the bird's beak. Ink the stamp with Nocturne VersaFine Clair Ink and stamp.

Remove the mask covering the bird's face and heat set the panel. Be sure that it's absolutely dry to avoid contaminating your Copic markers.

Use Copic markers to color the images.

Use a white gel pen to add accents to beads and the bird's eye. Use Gelly Roll Bold Line Stardust Clear Glittering Ink by Sakura to add glittery touches to the charms on the The Strings of Day and Night.

Use a slimline die to cut the image panel.

Smoosh the Della Blue Elements Ink by Lavinia Stamps onto a craft mat. Spritz with water. Using a paint brush, apply the blue ink to the background. When most of the panel is covered, add the paint brush to add drops of water to the inked image panel, then immediately use a paper towel to lift the water. When you're happy with your background, thoroughly heat set the panel.

Use a larger slimline die to cut black glitter paper and adhere to a black slimline card.

Use  Nocturne VersaFine Clair Ink to stamp the sentiment from the More Classic Sentiments Clear Stamp Set by Heffy Doodle onto a scrap of white cardstock. Heat set. Use a small rectangle die to cut the sentiment. Mat the sentiment onto a die-cut cut from the glitter paper. 

Adhere the sentiment to finish the card.

Please pop over to my blog, Kat's Tales of Stamping, for more detailed instructions, notes, and complete supply lists.

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