One of my favorite things to do is stamp.I know I’ve said this before but the possibilities are endless. I’m always looking for fun new ways to use them.
Last spring I was excited to dream up this card and sent it off with a few others to the Paper Craft Magazine 2011 Stamping Royalty Contest. It was my favorite submission and I was so thrilled to find that Paper Craft’s liked it too. There are 15 Stamping Royalty winners, 3 in each category I believe, the all the projects are in this month’s issue of Paper Crafts Magazine.
Since this issue came out, I’ve been getting a few e-mails on just how to create this card. I thought I’d share the full instructions here as sometimes the ones in print often get edited due to space.
- Adhere Eclipse Tape to scrap of cardstock and die cut with bird die. The cardstock you can use on another project, it just helps if you have something to stick the tape to when die cutting.
- Adhere the die-cut Eclipse Tape to your card front. You want the piece with the negative shape of the bird.
- Stamp the definition stamp over the eclipse tape and then remove masking. You should be left with a stamped text bird image.
- Cover the stamped bird with the OTHER piece of masking material. Mist card front with white mist spray and allow to dry. Remove mask. Your bird is now complete.
- Stamp heart and cut out. Adhere along with knotted twine.
- Finish the design by stamping the sentiment.
Now if you still can’t figure it out…don’t worry. I’m going to be writing a tutorial on this technique making a similar card so that you can follow along pictorially. I’m hoping to have it done for tomorrow or Saturday so stay tuned. Hmmm… how about a holiday version? That may be fun!
Additional supplies: Mr. Huey’s White Mist by Studio Calico, twine
Have a beautiful day!