Papercraft Essentials

Friday bonus – stained-glass stamping!

20th March 2015

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Friday bonus – stained-glass stamping!

Here’s a fab bonus project using the stained-glass stamping technique!

Brighten my day
 
You’ll need
white 20cm card blank
white & black cardstock
Stamps by Chloe Flutterby Wreath stamp
white vellum
VersaMark inkpad
black Stampendous! detail embossing powder
anti-static bag
heat tool
Letraset ProMarkers
double-sided adhesive sheet
Embossalicious Ornate Butterflies 6×6″ embossing folder
Lili of the Valley sentiment stamp
Tuxedo Black Memento inkpad
yellow satin ribbon
gems
3D foam pads
manual die-cutting machine
 
Step by step
1 Cut a 14cm-square piece of white cardstock, emboss and matt onto black cardstock. Secure in the bottom-right corner of the card front.
2 Cut a 12cm square of vellum and wipe with an anti-static bag. Stamp the image with VersaMark ink. Cover with black embossing powder, tap off the excess and heat. Colour the butterflies on the reverse using ProMarkers and allow to dry.
3 Cut a 12cm square of white cardstock and cover with double-sided adhesive sheet. Peel off the top sheet and attach vellum with the embossed side up. Matt onto black cardstock and secure to the card front using 3D foam pads.
4 Stamp the image onto vellum as before and colour. Cut out the butterflies, bend up the wings and fix some to the main image and the rest on the card as shown.
5
Stamp a sentiment onto white cardstock and colour. Cut out and adhere to the card front as shown using 3D foam pads. Add a bow and gems to finish.
For more fabulous cards using the stained-glass stamping technique, plus a fantastic FREE Trimcraft Riverbank Revels paper stack & stamp set, check out issue 118 of Papercraft Essentials, on sale NOW! Grab your copy online here
 
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