Non Cute card for a change

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I actually broke out my embossing powders and Ecoline inks last night to make a birthday card or two for some friends next week.

Supplies:

How to:

Stamp the Savvy Dahlia both in Perfect Puleria & Aegean Blue, and tie around the purple ribbon.

Then prepare the background image by stamping the heart image from the Magenta Nov/Dec Stamp Club, and then emboss with Chiaro Flo embossing powder.

Paint over the whole thing with the Magenta Ecoline, allowing light and dark areas.  When dry, iron off the EP to leave the white image.  Stamp the vine from the Nov/Dec pack, and colour in with G16 marker, add Peralidoodles to the small dots on the image.

Over stamp the Magenta flower image in Palette Noir ink, and add the metal flowers/Prima.  Matt onto the Razzleberry Light cardstock, and ink with Pefect Pulmeria Versamagic.  Mount on the front of the card.

Place tiny dots of Perlidoodles in both Pink and Pearl in the centres of the stamped Dahlia images.  Also add three larger dots of Pearlidoodles in the top and bottom righthand edges.

As usual, you can click on the image to view larger.

4 Comments

Filed under COPIC, Ecoline, Heat Embossing, Magenta, Magnolia, Markers and Colouring, Palette Ink, Papermania, Pearlidoodles, Savvy Stamps, SG-me, Stampin' Up (SU), Uncategorized, Versamagic, Versamagic Dewdrop

4 responses to “Non Cute card for a change

  1. Kym, it’s gorgeous! Well worth turning away from the cute stamps for, even if it’s only a temporary change!

  2. Gwen

    very pretty…must have taken a while…sounds complicated 🙂 looks well worth it!!

  3. debby4000

    Fantastic flowers, beautiful card.

  4. Lovely card Kay.

    Julie
    SBS-8

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