Hello, Pretty Pink Posh fans! This is Yana and I have a video tutorial to share today featuring one of the new stamps & dies- Camping Friends.
To create the shaker area for this project I used a coordinating die, not a stand alone die, and die cut a tent window in a rectangle panel. I often like to use my coordinating dies on their own without the stamps and using the die like this is a great example of how you can stretch the use of dies beyond just using them with their matching stamps.
I also filmed a video tutorial to walk you through the cardmaking process from start to finish.
Tip: when using acetate you won’t be able to heat emboss it unless the acetate is heat resistant, but you can stamp on acetate with special kind of ink like StazOn. You can also stamp on vellum and there are a lot of different kinds of ink what will dry on vellum surface.
Instead of using regular white and brown cardstock, I used woodgrain textured card as I feel is was a perfect match for this nature-themed project. I also added a bit of natural twine to the mix.
To finish this card I heat embossed, watercolored and die cut several additional images from the Camping Friends stamp set, foam mounted them onto the shaker panel and embellished my card with 4mm and 10mm Rose Gold sequins as well as 4mm and 6mm clear droplets.
- Camping Friends stamp set
- Daniel Smith Watercolors: Amazon // Ellen Hutson
- Versamark: Amazon // Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
- Hero Arts Gold Embossing Powder: Amazon // Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
- Heat Tool: Amazon // Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
Happy cardmaking! Thanks for joining us today!