Hello Crafty Friends,
Yes, today’s title may seem strange, but it comes from the stamp set I used today to create an encouragement card I needed for a friend. This design was fun to do, and I was really pleased with the outcome.
I used the bottom left stencil on a panel that was trimmed down to 4″x5.25″, and then sponged Journey Silver ink over it using a large dauber. Before it dried, I sprinkled with clear embossing powder and heat set. Then I lightly brushed that with copper panpastel using my finger tip. And this is how it looks up to this point. 🙂
The rest was pretty basic. Cut a strip of scrap Journey Vellum to fit across front, stamped *Sending you* in Black Licorice ink in center top and heat set. Folded the edges over and adhered to back. Then stamped *Faith Love Joy* from the same stamp set (Hope Anchors) in Clear Pigment ink, sprinkled with copper embossing powder and then heat set. Using coordinating die, I cut out the sentiment; adhered to panel using Journey Foam Squares. Using Silver Silk, I lightly sprinkled some over the panel. Cut a 2/75″ x little under 5.5″) strip of Fresh Sage cardstock and adhered to the left side of Tin Pail card base in A2 size (4.25″ x 55.5″). Before adhering the main panel, I wrapped Rustic Rose satin ribbon around and then tied Fresh Sage thread and a strip of the Rustic Rose ribbon to it on front. Then adhered entire panel to front of card using easy glide tape runner. Added some sequins from the new Sunrise Mix, and called it done. I really liked how it turned out considering it was one of those *I have no idea what I am going to do days*.
List of products used in today’s cards ( *Links to some of them are in post. Just click on the product mentioned above)
- Cardstock Colors from The Good Life collection *
Journey Silver *
Black Licorice *
- Embossing Powders
- Silver Silk
- Rustic Rose Satin Ribbon *
- Fresh Sage Thread *
- Hope Anchors Stamp/Die Set *
- Flower Power Stencil *
- Large Dauber *
- Sunrise Mix sequins *
Thanks for stopping by, and have a crafty day!
Hugs and Blessings,