Hi friends! I have lots of techniques packed into this simple card!
Feel free to adapt any of these techniques to your next card. Don’t worry if you don’t have exactly what I used, you can improve with the supplies you own but if you want the stamps I used you can get them at our sponsor ArtNeko, mention The Frugal Crafter when you order to save 10% on any order or get free shipping on orders over $50!
Stamps (Art Neko) Flowers, Dragonflies
Glossy white cardstock
Clear Resist ink (Ranger)
Brown waterproof ink (Ranger Archival)
Blue (or color of your choice) Dye ink
Scoring board (Scor-Pal/Scor-Buddy )
Watercolor/waterbased Markers (The skinny ones with the real brush tips are Zig Clean color Real Brush Pens in sets or individually) (The fat ones with 2 tips are Spectrum Aqua also here)
1. Score a 1″ grid on glossy cardstock. Stamp design with resist ink and set aside to dry.
2. Stamp flowers on watercolor paper using waterproof ink. Color image with watercolor markers using the techniques shown on the video. Let dry, then trim and corner punch the panel.
3. Use a brayer to roll ink on the embossed glossy cardstock, then polish with a tissue to remove excess ink and reveal the design.
4. Layer up the panels on your cardbase and adhere.
See all of the fun things you can make when you try these techniques! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!
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