Hello friends! Erum here with a card set to share! Today, I am featuring Charmed Stamp Set and Script Words Die Set on my cards. I apologize in advance for the photos, it's really cloudy and windy here. The “cream” cardstock is actually off white.
First of all, I stamped the floral image from the Charmed Stamp Set onto Classic Crest Solar White cardstock repeatedly to make a background with Permanent Black Ink. This panel was 4.5×5.5 inches. I then coloured the flowers with Artist Markers from Set A in following colours:
- Frosty Pink, Coral Berry, Ruby Red, Grapevine
- Frayed Leaf, Forest Glades, Evergreen
- Dusk, Desert Night
After I was done, I die cut the word “hugs” where I wanted it to be placed.
Next, I drew a line and cut off top portion of the panel. Most important, I kept all the leftover pieces because I wanted to go with inlaid die cutting. Now I had three pieces of my custom patterned cardstock! The die cut word “hugs”, the top most panel and the remaining portion.
For my first card I started by heat embossing the floral image onto my card front where I knew my panel would go.
I then adhered my coloured panel and placed my die cut “hugs” to fit in the gaps. At this point, I added all the tiny pieces as well.
In the end, I stamped my sentiment from Heartfelt Sentiments Stamp Set and heat embossed it in Antique Gold Crisp Embossing Powder. Finally, I added gold confetti for bling.
My second card uses the larger portion of the coloured panel. I repeated the same steps here too. As you can see, I just skipped the floral stamping here because there was already too much going on here.
I misplaced one of the coloured cardstock die cut pieces here but it doesn't look off. The sentiment again is from Heartfelt Sentiment Stamp Set.
Finally, my third card which is a small note card. Following the same steps as the first card, I added gold embossing on my front panel. Then, I adhered a gold foil strip and popped the “Hugs” die cut.
I hope you liked my cards and how you can create three cards out of one coloured panel. I am sure you already know this but I had fun making this set.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.
Thank you for stopping by!