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Friday bonus card from Simply Cards & Papercraft 130

20th November 2014

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Friday bonus card from Simply Cards & Papercraft 130

Here’s a bonus project by designer, Kim Dellow, from our feature on creating the on-trend chalkboard look with your stamps!

We love Kim Dellow’s tips and tricks in issue 130 of Simply Cards & Papercraft for creating a fun chalkboard style using your stamps. Although Kim features this look on festive cards, the technique can be applied to all of your projects!


Materials

white 13cm-square card blank

Hot Off The Press Naughty & Nice clear stamp set

red & black cardstock

patterned paper

white embossing powder

Wedding Dress Memento LUXE inkpad

VersaMark inkpad

Vermillion & Colbalt Ranger Archival ink

string

3D foam pads

 

Tools

manual die-cutting machine

Spellbinders Nestabilties Circles dies

heat tool

anti-static bag

 

Simply make

1 Stamp and emboss the sentiment and swirl stamp using white embossing powder on black cardstock and die-cut a circle from it.

2 Press a clean cloth into the white inkpad and wipe it over the top of the embossed images to create the chalkboard effect.

3 Matt and layer the card front with red cardstock and patterned paper. Add a piece of string to the left-hand corner and adhere the die-cut circle to the card front. 

4 Stamp the baubles, cut them out and attach them to the string. Finish with three coloured snowflakes stamped onto die-cut circles.

Be sure to check out the full feature and grab your copy of this inspirational issue with techniques galore, your chance to win a Cuttlebug die-cutting machine and have fun with this bumper FREE gift: 2 superstar stencils, one beautiful large flourish star stamp and a co-ordinating stamp set!

With these trendy stars you’ll be creating for every occasions for every recipient! Get your you copy today by clicking here!

Happy papercrafting!

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