Layered Congrats Tutorial

July 11, 2018 0 Comments

Hi all, Vicki here from All I Do Is Stamp. Today I have a tutorial on making the following card.

I used Butterfly Kisses, and the Layered Congrats die for my card today.

Step 1 – Using water color paper, stamp the image using the D2BA Totally Black ink.  [I used a MISTI, but you can use an acrylic block.]

Step 2 – with post it paper, stamp a mask, and cut out.

Step 3 – Stamp the last flower over the masking.

Step 4 –  Using my Zig watercolor pens, I colored in the image.

Step 5 – Once the image was dry, I cut out the Congrats Layered word die from the card panel, I also cut out one from some craft foam, and adhered all to the vellum background layer of the Congrats word die.

Step 6 – Adhere onto the card panel. [I taped on a piece of card stock behind the panel so I had something to adhere to.

And, the finish card once more.

This type of card is kind of hard to photograph, but I think you get the drift.  It’s pretty fun in real life!

See you next time~



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