Are you tired of my rainbow-themed cards in my blog (see the challenge on the side bar)? I hope you are not, because here are some more! I will also enter the following cards for the Play Along with Gallery Idol Flickr Group.
One of my favorite stamping technique is Emboss Resist. I love how great the inking looks against the white embossing.
Card stock: Bazzill Basics Paper
Cling Stamp: Alphabet Background (Hero Arts)
Clear Stamp: Type (sentiment, Hero Arts)
Ink: Versamark, Distress Ink (Fire Brick, Barn Door, Spiced Marmalade, Scattered Straw, Bundled Sage, Broken China), Versafine (Onyx Black)
Embossing Powder: Stampendous (Detailed, white)
Tool: Martha Stewart 1”circle punch, Distress Ink Applicator (Ranger), Paper-piercer (Making Memories)
Accents: Sakura black pen (fine), Heart Accent Pearl (Hero Arts), 3-D Pop Dots (1/16”)by EK Success
1. Make card from card stock
2. Stamp and emboss Alphabet Background,
3 stamp the letter U in Versafine black and punch out with the circle punch
4 Apply distress inks in rainbow color order, trim the image to 4 ¼ x 4 ¼, assemble
5 Stamp, cut and layer the sentiment with black card stock with the pop dots
6 To add faux stitching, simply piece holes and connect with a black pen, add the red pearl on top of the letter U
And if that was not enough, I decide to make a one layer card.
I used Clear and Simple Stamps called Craft Room to create this colorful one layer card. I used the backing of the marker stamp to create the colorful design. One little stamp and one sentiment are all you need. The Perfect Pearl Dimensional Glue (white) for the extra interest.
I hope these technicolor did not blind you in any way.
Thanks so much for stopping by!