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Masterclass bonus card from Simply Cards & Papercraft 134

9th March 2015

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Masterclass bonus card from Simply Cards & Papercraft 134

Here’s a fabulous bonus card by Kim Dellow from Simply Cards & Papercraft 134’s masterclass!

We love Kim Dellow’s step-by-step guide to creating your own, cost-effective gelatine plate to experiment with fun monoprinting techniques. This bonus card of Kim’s features a fabulous way to achieve multiple monoprints on a single piece of cardstock with ease!

 

Beautiful leaves

You will need

white 10.5×14.8cm card blank

DIY gelatine plate (Kim demonstrates how to make one in the full feature)

brayer

cling flim

sequin waste

That Special Touch Leaves Mask

Rose Madder Ranger Archival Ink

Elderbery & Sweet Plum Memento LUXE inkpads

craft knife

Simply make

1 Smooth a piece of cling film over the gelatine plate and brayer the surface with Elderberry and Sweet Plum ink.

2 Place the sequin waste over the ink and press a piece of paper on top. Remove both the paper and the sequin waste.

3 Cut a heart shape from a piece of paper and place the aperture it on the gelatine plate and press the card front on top to achieve a print.

4 Remove the card and place the heart cut out in Step 3 onto the print with removable tape. Replace the cling film on the gelatine plate and cover it with Rose Madder ink.

5 Place the mask over the ink and priece a piece of paper over the top. Remove both the paper and the mask.

6 Draw around the card front on paper and cut out the centre of the shape with a wavy line. Place this mask on the gelatine plate and smooth the card front over the top. Lift the card and remove the heart mask to finish.

 

Find out how to create your own gelatine plate to experiment with fun techniques by checking out Kim’s full masterclass in Simply Cards & Papercraft 134. Grab your copy today by clicking here and be the lucky recipient of this FREE dragonfly embossing die & stamp set too!

 


Happy papercrafting!

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