Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Workshop Wednesday - Regarding Dahlias

This is a stamp set that can be used for many occasions and techniques. 
I did embossing with White Embossing Powder on Pistachio Pudding.
This style card is a great way to introduce embossing to a beginner stamper.

Supplies:
Regarding Dahlias stamp set
White cardstock
card base -  5.5" x 8.5"  Score and fold at 4.25".
3.25" square, 1 3/8" circle

Baked Brown Sugar cardstock
3.5" square, 1.5" circle

Pistachio Pudding cardstock
3 1/8" square, scrap to punch a 1 1/4" circle out of.

Versamark, White Embossing Powder, heat gun
punches - 1 3/8", 1 1/4" circle punches, Circle cutter for 1 1/2"
White Taffeta Ribbon, Dimensionals
Simply Scored and stylus

How tos:
1. Score 4 lines on front of card base at 1/4" markings starting at fold line of card.  Using the Simply Scored, start at left hand edge score every 1/4".  This adds an easy detail that will add dimension to the card.

2. Stamp the large flower image on the Pistachio Pudding 3 1/8" square with Versamark.  Cover in White EP.  Heat set with heat gun. 

3. Layer this on white and Baked Brown Sugar layers.  Tie ribbon around  all layers.
Attach to card base covering part of 3 lines.  See photo.

4.  Stamp greeting in Versamark.  Cover in White EP. Heat set with heat gun. 
Layer on white and Baked Brown Sugar circles.  Attach to card with Dimensionals.

5.  Stamp greeting inside and your card is done.

Happy stamping!

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