Rejoice for He Lives (6 x 7)
Cut and emboss one Decorative Oval Window. Stencil using Peeled Paint Distress ink. On pale pink cardstock, stamp the three crosses stamp using Versamark ink. Let dry. Stamp over the top, the sentiment, using the Peeled Paint ink. Stamp 4 of the lily swags. Color and cut two complete images, using Copic markers ( YG01, YG03, R20, R21, R22). Color just the flowers of the second set of swags, and cut the flowers out. Cut deep into the petals to allow you to shape each petal upward. Attach these to the colored images using dimensional foam. Use glass glitter and dew drops to embellish the flower centers. Assemble t
he centerpiece as shown and place on card. Add ribbons and pearls as shown to finish.
6 x 6 Wrought Iron Cross Card
Background Paper: Stamp the Vintage Life background on water color paper using Vintage Photo distress ink. Let dry. Stamp the Fancy Flourish using Versa-mark ink over the top, and emboss with a clear embossing powder. Ink over the paper using Distress Inks ( Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Victorian Velvet). Start with the lightest color, and work away from the center with the darker colors. Distress the edges and add a little Vintage Photo around the edges. Punch a border and tuck under the right side of the background mat. Add bling and ribbon to decorate.
Cross: Stamp the Wrought Iron Cross using gold ink onto watercolor paper and cut out. Ink the outside edges using the Victorian Velvet ink. Paint the brown of the cross using Glimmer Mist in Suede. Stamp and cut two Posy flowers and pop them up on the cross, using dimensional foam. Cut two of the small decorative corners form the HCD 702 die set, and tuck under the cross. Assemble card as shown.
Vintage Cross CardProducts Used on This Project
Other: gold embossing powder, Versamark embossing ink, CTMH White Daisy Pigment ink, adhesive pearls, Webster’s Pages DP, LuminArte water color paints, gold lace
Stamp the Vintage Life Backgound stamp set on Kraft cardstock, using white ink. Allow to thoroughly dry (or use a heat gun to speed the process). Stamp the cross over the background using the embossing ink. Sprinkle with gold embossing powder and heat set. Stamp two more cross images one on watercolor paper, the other on the DP. Cut out the cross from the DP (just cutting the main cross image). Use dimensional dots to pop this up from the base. Finally, use water colors to paint the flower that is stamped on the watercolor paper. Cut this out, and use another dimensional dot to layer this up. The butterflies were cut from the DP and layered where the butterflies originally appeared on the designer paper.