This is the stamp from Penny Black. Lots of love unloading! :)
After colouring it in and fussy cutting around the edges. I didn't use the part of the hearts that had been unloaded. I used glitter pens to color the hearts as well. The edges are raw after cutting.
After lining the edges with a black marker. Makes a world of difference.
Cut a white cardstock measuring 5.5" x 3.75". Place a rectangular die cut on where you want the cut-out to be. If you don't have a die, just cut with a penknife.
Adhere acetate behind the rectangular cut-out
It was too stark so I decided to do some clear embossing using the My Favorite Things Snow stamp. Use VersaMark watermark stamp pad n then go over with clear embossing powder. Then use your heat tool.
The embossing was a last min thing, so you can actually do this step right after you cut your white cardstock to 5.5" x 3.75" (before step 4)
Cut another cardstock as the actual card to go behind the acetate. I chose light blue. Size of card is 5.5" x 7.5" then folded in half
I'm stamping the other part of the stamp on the blue background. I've denoted with pencil the outline where I want the stamp to go.
Colour in with more glitter pens. I used a black fine tip marker to outline the hearts thereafter
I wanted more hearts for the shaker card so I use this doily diecut to cut out all the hearts. Can keep the doily for future use! If you don't have a heart puncher/die cuts, can use sequins.
Adhere your truck onto the white cardstock
Add foam tape behind the white cardstock and around the truck so that your embellishments have a smaller space to "run"
This caption comes with the stamp. I stamp with black archival ink and go over with clear embossing powder again
The final card! I like the effect of the truck pouring out tons of love!
- Penny Black Loads of Love stamp
- White and blue cardstock
- Copic Ciao markers
- Embellishments for shakers card like sequins
- Glitter pens, Memento ink pad, heat tool
- Foam tape, adhesives
- Hero Arts clear embossing powder