Today’s tutorial will demonstrate how to create multi layers of texture for a dramatic Anniversary Card. StazOn, Delicata, and Mboss will add amazing levels of metallic shimmer.
Trim white piece of sturdy cardstock to 4 1/8” x 5 3/8”. I used the backing of a paper pack, that had one shiny white side. First, I pressure embossed with Sizzix 3-D Textured Impressions Doodle Triangles. A makeup sponge was used to spread StazOn Metallic inks from re-inkers in Platinum, Silver and Gold randomly around the surface of the card front. StazOn dries on the sponge and makes it a one-time use tool. StazOn Jet Black ink is gently tapped over the raised portions of the card panel. Set aside to dry or heat with a heat gun.
Using a stamp from my stash (manufacturer unknown) small hearts were stamped randomly in VersaMark ink and heat embossed in Mboss in Valentine.
Memento Luxe in Tuxedo Black is used to stamp Taylored Expressions Simple Strips Background sentiments followed by heat embossing with black embossing powder. The matching die is used to die cut the entire set and five sentiments are selected for the front of the card.
Each sentiment strip is inked with Delicata in Silvery Shimmer, Golden Glitz or Ruby Red with an Ink Dauber. Since the sentiment is embossed, the ink will not change the color.
The sentiment strips are backed with white cardstock with the matching backer die. The edges are inked with Memento Tuxedo Black and an ink blusher to add definition.
A Scribble Heart die by Impression Obsession is die cut from white cardstock. The die is then inked with Versa Mark ink and heat embossed with Mboss in Valentine.
A white card base is trimmed to 5 ½” x 8 ½”. The edges are inked with Memento Tuxedo Black and an ink blusher.
The card base is adhered to textured front with TearIt! Tape. The Heart is adhered with On Point Glue. The sentiment strips are adhered with dimension foam tape. A striking masculine anniversary card goal achieved!
Today’s tutorial will feature several Imagine products, Delicata, StazOn, and Vertigo. Using silhouette style die cut creates a stunning yet quick and easy Christmas Card.
Trim black cardstock to 6 ½” x 9” and fold in half. Center die on the front panel of the card base and die cut.
Leave the die in place and stamp the starry background with Delicata Golden Glitz.
Use a Fantastix Brush Tip to brush in details left open in the die. Photo shows the die removed after this step.
Trim a section of Taffeta Vertigo to 2” x 6 3/8”. Use an Ink Blusher to build layers of color in StazOn Blazing Red and Midnight Blue. As the color layers blend, the red, purple, and blue along with the Taffeta Vertigo creates a stunning night sky.
Adhere Vertigo behind the opening in the die with small dots of On Point Glue. I glued around the edge and behind each small portion of the die scene. Trim white cardstock to 6 3/8” x 8 ¾” and fold in half. Adhere to the inside back of the card with Tear It! Tape.
Apply Tear It! Tape to the front inside of the card and fold card closed. This allows the card to compensate for the two layers of cardstock.
Stamp Oh Holy Night sentiment in Delicata Golden Glitz and heat emboss with Gold Embossing Powder.
Hi everyone, it’s Jessica here with a fun Valentine’s Day card. I decided to create a glass jar filled with tiny hearts and smiley faces. StazOn inks are the best when it comes to stamping on non-porous surfaces. What kind of materials have you tried stamping on with StazOn inks?
Hey there friends and fellow crafters. I’m here today making a fun quick paper crafting project — Thank You card with a Winter Theme! In this project, I create this card with a stencil, shimmery ink sprays, stamping, and heat embossing. Change the theme to make a thank you card for any holiday year-round.
Sending a handmade card is a thoughtful practice. Give someone a Thank You when they have invited you to a special party, gathering or gave a special gift.
Running out of time for your holiday cards? Make a stack super fast with 3 colors of Delicata Inks and a holiday-themed embossing folder! This poinsettia imprint has a beautiful look for Christmas crafting. You’ll get caught up in no time with Nicole’s help!
Hey there friends and fellow crafters. I’m here today with a fun quick project of taking a wooden tag, adding holiday stamps, and heat embossing to create not only a gift tag but a Christmas ornament as well. Using pigment ink in VersaColor and VersaFine allows you to create the extra gloss and shine that is perfect for making this crafting project extra special.