SHADOW STAMPING CARD
Layering stamps are very popular but you don’t always have to use them in the same way. You can use these to create different looks and today I am sharing one of this possibilities, the shadow stamping with different inks.
Using VersaMark ink, stamp the outline image over a piece of card stock randomly. Cover the stamped images with Gold Embossing Powder, remove the excess and melt the powder with the heat tool. Then using StazOn Azure, stamp one of the corresponding layers over the embossed images . I chose the Azure color because this month our challenge on the Design Team is using the blue color. Remove with a dry pad the excess of ink over the embossed images. This will be the shadow image.
The second part of our challenge is Big and I interpreted this using a big word die cut. For this I cut the word thanks using gold foil paper and fun foam. I pasted in place the two words using OnPoint Glue and then I pasted the dimensioned word over the card with the same glue. To finalize the card I pasted the decorated layer over a white card base using Tear It! tape and just trimmed the borders.
- Card stock Whisper White and Pacific Point
- Layered Dahlias Stamp Set by Peek-a-boo Stamps
- Thanks Die Cut by Law Fawn
- Fun Foam and Gold Foil Card Stock