The Sentimentally Yours premium magazine bonus projects

17th April 2021


The Sentimentally Yours premium magazine bonus projects

The brand-new Phill Martin, Sentimentally Yours premium magazine is available to pre-order now and is out next week! With an A4 28-piece image stamp set, a 13-piece sentiment stamp set, a 3-piece die set, an A6 aperture embossing folder and 76-element paper and topper pack. There is so much for you to get stuck in with and it’s perfect for all-occasion crafting.

Inside the 68-pages of your premium magazine we have 74 fantastic and inspiring designs for you to try. However we had so many fabulous projects that we couldn’t fit them all in the pages, so we have a couple of bonus projects for you here!

Butterfly Flower by Jo Rice

You’ll need
kit stamp sets & paper pack
white 6”-square card blank
white stamping cardstock
Nocturne VersaFine Clair inkpad
clear embossing powder
Fossilized Amber & Crackling Campfire Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink
ink-blending tool
fine paintbrush
black marker pen
white uni-ball POSCA pen
paper clip
Ranger Glossy Accents
3D glue gel
heat tool

Step by step

  1. Choose a piece of patterned paper, cut to size and attach onto the card front, leaving a narrow border.
  2. Cut the masterboard to size, edge using the black marker and a ruler and attach onto the card front.
  3. Using black ink, stamp the flower, add clear embossing powder and heat-set.
  4. Edge the cardstock using the Oxide Ink, first using Fossilized Amber, then Crackling Campfire. Add a small amount of script stamping using the Crackling Campfire ink, creating a tone-on-tone effect.
  5. On another piece of cardstock, stamp the sentiment and edge with the same orange ink.
  6. Edge both toppers using the black marker and ruler, then attach these onto the card front.
  7. To add continuity to the design, stamp the butterfly. Using the orange ink and water, add some colour, then cut it out and attach using 3D glue gel.
  8. To finish, add some white POSCA splatters, the paper clip and Glossy Accents.

Top tip: If you want a stamped design to stand out, add some clear embossing powder and heat-set. It really makes the design pop on the card front

Music and flowers by Glenda Hall

You’ll need
kit stamp set
white 5½”-square card blank
white cardstock
white watercolour cardstock
Seedless Preserves Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Cassis & Outremer Aladine Izink Dye inkpad
Onyx Black VersaFine inkpad
clear VersaMark inkpad
Orchid Colour Burst Powder
gold acrylic ink
blue alcohol marker
gold embossing powder
heat tool
3D foam pads
gold flat-backed gems

Step by step

  1. Take the card blank and run a blue marker around the edges creating a border.
  2. Using some of the postage stamps with blue and purple ink, stamp them randomly over the card front. Stamp the music notes with blue ink onto scrap paper, then directly onto the card front for a shadow effect. Flick gold acrylic ink over the card front and leave to dry.
  3. On scrap paper, stamp the music stamp with black ink in three rows. Tear the edges down both sides and attach onto the card front.
  4. Dampen some watercolour cardstock with a paintbrush and tap the orchid colour burst powder over it and spritz with water. Leave to dry. Flick gold acrylic ink over the top.
  5. Stamp the rose onto purple cardstock several times with black ink, and cut out the heads.
  6. Attach three rose heads over the music notes using 3D foam pads.
  7. On a separate piece of white cardstock, stamp the sentiment with VersaMark ink and heat-emboss with gold embossing powder. Stamp the music over the top, wiping the excess ink off the embossed sentiment. Trim the sentiment and attach onto the card front using 3D foam pads.
  8. Attach three gold gems in the bottom-right corner.

Top tip: Tearing the paper downwards is easier if you wet the edge with a paintbrush, then leave the paper to dry before attaching onto the card front

You can pre-order your copy now from CraftStash ready for when it is released next week or subscribe to your favourite Craft magazines at Moremags!

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