Ink and Faux Lace

by Linda

 

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 Supplies:

  • IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko:  Craft Mat, Memento Luxe Rosebud, Sponge Dauber
  • Authentique Paper: Flourishes Collection 12×12
  • Want2Scrap: pearl embellishments
  • Maya Road: paper flowers
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: E-Z Runner, 3D Foam Squares
  • Miscellaneous: crochet lace, brayer

 

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1. Adhere cotton lace to the brayer using (temporary) double sided tape.

2. Make sure the joined lace is flat.

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3. Ink the brayer using RoseBud ink until the lace is completely covered.

4. Repeat the process and fill card, inking between each row.

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5. Hand cut one row of inked card lace.

6. Ink around the edges using RoseBud and a Sponge Dauber.

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7. Adhere Authentique Paper (3½˝x 5½˝) to dark pink card stock (3¾˝ x 5¾˝).

8. Adhere layered printed papers to white cardstock cut to 4˝ x 6˝.

9. Adhere ‘faux lace’ to the lower portion of the layered paper.

10. Adhere paper roses and pearls as shown in the photo above, using liquid glue.

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11. Once inked lace has dried, apply to top of patterned paper with adhesive of choice.

12.  Affix pearls along top edge of lace.

13. Add flag banners as shown using dimensional tape.

14. Adhere flowers onto each join of the banner using liquid glue.

12 thoughts on “Ink and Faux Lace

  1. What a great idea! I love the idea of reusing the lace once it’s been stamped. Gosh, I have so many new “stamp” possibilities now!! In addition to lace you could use burlap, mesh fabric, canvas, ribbon, twine…. I can’t wait to give this a try!

    • Thank you MariLynn, I will be watching to see you use this technique – our lace can match our cards perfectly now! 😀

  2. Thanks so much Roni – yes, the possibilities are endless – have fun and make sure you come back and show us! 😀

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