From the Archives…
Live, Laugh, Love with Beautiful You Stamp Set
Original Crafted Dated: March 2017
Here we have a easy Z- fold card. Simply score the front panel of the card base at 2 1/8 inches and fold it back. Then we add a focal point to the front and frame it out with cardstock to make a secondary front of the card.
Beautiful You Stamp Set
This stamp set Beautiful You is still available as a current set in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog. So pick your favorite DSP and coordinating color, or stamp a couple of coordinating panels to use for the card base, and you can easily CASE this project.
This was a video tutorial I did for my customers in 2017. I am sharing it here with you today. I hope you enjoy the demonstration.
Live, Love, Laugh with Beautiful You Show & Tell Video Tutorial
Materials & Measures for this Project:
- Emerald Envy Cardstock – 5 ½ x 8 ½ (score at 4 ¼ & 2 ⅛ )
- Moroccan DSP – ¾ x 5 ¼ and 1 ⅞ x 5 ¼
- Dapper Denim Cardstock – 3 ⅝ x 3 ⅝
- Watercolor Paper – 3 ½ x 3 ½
- Very Vanilla Cardstock – 3 x 3 (inside)
- Very Vanilla Envelope
Tips & Techniques for this Project:
- Stamp with a Water-coloring safe ink. I used Archival Black Ink in 2017, now you could use Staz-on Ink.
- Watercolor Pencils Used from Collection were Pacific Point and Bermuda Bay
- Lightly Spritz the Watercolor paper before coloring.
- For the inside smudge effect, spritz the stamp and apply color, then stamp to cardstock.
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These projects (from the archives…), are from previous years of my stampin’ journey. Part of my goal for this website and blog are to capture my project history and have a foundation for sharing what I love to do. Creating with paper, ink and rubber stamps!
I hope will enjoy these projects, even though they may be with retired products. Remember crafting techniques and card layouts are always repeatable and can be CASED into a new project.
I also ask that you be patient if a video is shared. In the early days of recording my projects I didn’t have as lovely a set up as I do now. Which I am very grateful to my dear sweetheart for crafting for me.
I hope you find some inspiration in today’s project.
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