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Monday, 20 June 2016

1st birthday triple window card

I have made another card, using the same stamps and coloured the same way as the last card, but this time it isn't a shaker card, but a triple window card.  

You can get dies that do this automatically, but I don't have one of those, so I made my windows using a Spellbinder square nestabilities and cut the smallest sized one out three times down my 5 x 7 inch card base.  

I made a background for behind the windows, making a bokeh effect with a stencil I made with the silhouette cameo of a whole lot of different sized circles.  I inked a few of the smallest sizes with Distress inks cracked pistachio and wilted violet and then the Altenew crips ink buttercream, using a sponge dauber.  

Finally I made a couple of banners, one from a Heidi Swapp toner spotted sheet of paper from her 6 x 6 signature set with mint foil through my Minc machine and then the other banner is from a mauve and white patterned paper and I stamped the 1st birthday sentiment from the petite plushies stamp set by Clearly Besotted, and the Happy is from the Kaisercraft Save the date stamp set.  A few enamal dots and some clear sequins from pretty pink posh finished it off.  

A full list of the supplies I used are
Card base and panel in white linen card 5 x 7 inches
Spellbinder square nestabilities die
scotch repositionable tape
scraps of fun foam
double sided tape
Kaisercraft Save the Date stamp set
Clearly besotted  petite plushies stamp set
Versafine onyx black ink
Ranger clear embossing powder
Heat tool
Sponge doubers
Distress ink cracked pistachio and wilted violet
Altenew crisp ink mini pad buttercream
Handmade circle stencil
Heidi Swapp 6 x 6 Signature set
Heidi Swapp mint foil
Heidi Swapp Minc machine
Scotch foam tape
Enamal dots 
Mauve and white bakers twine
Pretty Pink Posh clear sparkling sequins 4mm
Renoart markers Yellow 224 & 225
Brown 248 & 171
Greys 259, 260, 261 & 271
Orange 158
Copic markers RV00 & RV02

I hope this gave you some inspiration on how to use some stamp sets you might have in a different way.  Happy card making


Earline said...

Just stumble on your work beautiful.

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