I bought these papers several months ago and never even really looked at them. When I did, whoa. That stuff is so sparkly and so dang pretty!
For the leaves card, I made this for a class I had last week.
I die cut the leaves from the Soft Succulent shimmer vellum. You could die cut something big and just place it on plain Basic White cardstock and that card would be gorgeous!!
For the circle swirls, I used the stamp set “Sparkle of the Season” that’s in the mini catalog. I used the Stamparatus to stamp all three- two in Bumblebee and one in Misty Moonlight. During the class, I showed everyone how to do it, so I had an extra one and decided to make something totally different.
I got out the Ombre paper and what the what??? It is also so sparkly!!! Gorgeous!
I die cut the stars and put them inside the circle. I wanted to add Balmy Blue in some way, so I got out one of my Stampin’ Spritzers and my ink refill in Balmy Blue.
I added 10 drops of the ink, and then added 91% rubbing alcohol about 3/4 full in the Spritzer. I sprayed that on top to give it a little color. I’ll have a video soon of doing this with another paper that comes out so dang good!
The sentiment is from “Create with Friends”. I stamped it with Misty Moonlight and then fussy cut it.
I love to show how you can use a very similar thing on two cards and make them totally different! Holler if any questions!
I just scheduled my next two classes- each one has three different dates to choose from. Click on “classes” above, or if you’re on your phone- select “classes” from the menu. I’ve also posted them on Facebook. I need to know no later than a week from the class.
Another simple stamping card! I had so much fun making this- it was easy, about 10 minutes start to finish. I think direct stamping with no punches or dies for the images is fun, nostalgic, and great for new stampers!
This is an old technique but I still love it! Reverse imaging/stamping is a great and easy way to make the stamps face the opposite direction! The links to the products I used are listed below and here’s the video I made!