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There are so many ways to use layering in your cards Layers add dimension, texture and interest to your cards. I hope you find some inspiration with this project.
- Neenah Classic Crest 110lb
- Altenew Exotic Tulips Layered stamps & dies
- Altenew You Are Everything stamps & dies
- Jet Black Ink
- Forest Glades Ink
- Frayed Leaf Ink
- Dew Drops Ink
- Lagoon Ink
- Galactic Stream Ink
- Gold foiled patterned paper
- Colored card stock
- Scalloped rectangle die
- Die-Cutting Machine
- Paper Trimmer
- Liquid Glue
- Iridescent gems
- Cut, score and fold an A2 card base. This card measures 4.25” x 5.5”
- Coordinating card panel 4” x 5”
- Patterned scalloped panel was cut with a rectangle die.
- First I stamped my florals and leaves in Jet Black ink.
- Next, I die-cut two tulips, the bloom and multiple leaves and stems.
- Now I used the layered stamps and inked my images I find it best to start with your lightest color first and work up to the darkest.
- Follow the instructions that Altenew provides on the packaging. They are very detailed. You can also check out the many videos on the topic. Check out this quick video.
- Now die-cut tour images.
- Glue your scalloped panel to the colored card stock.
- Arrange your floral images.
- Stamp your sentiments using the Galactic Streams ink. I then embossed with some Hero Arts Sparkle Embossing Powder. The smaller sentiment was stamped in the colored card stock and also embossed.
- Die-cut the You Are out.
- Glue sown your florals. The front Tulip was popped up with foam tape.
- Both sentiments were also adhered with foam tape.
- Add your gemstones.
I hope you find this card inspiring and will find ways to use multiple layers in your cards.
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2 thoughts on “Exotic Tulips-Stenciled & Layered Cards”
Congrats on your first submission for AECP! This is gorgeous!! Love all the details. Thank you so much for your submission.
Thank you Erum!