Today's card is being entered into the following challenges:
Paper Smooches Anything Goes
Simon Says: Something Feminine
AAA Cards CAS Game #160 - Maxi White Space + optional twist Metallic
For this card I started out by die cutting the frame for the needle point work to go inside of. To create dimension I cut that out four times. Once, with the wood veneer and the other times with white cardstock. Before die cutting, I ran all four sheets through my Xyron. That makes it easier on me because I don't have to fuss with gluing the pieces together afterwards. I pulled off the part that reveals the sticky side for the wood veneer. Then placed that on top of the first white cardstock and followed that step with the second and third piece. As for the bottom piece of cardstock I didn't detach the part to reveal the sticky side until I was done with my card. But I did place it over the card to get an idea of where I wanted it.
Then, I began my stamp layering process. Which is made and easy with the use of my We R Precision Press Advanced. So what I did was laid the first stamp on top of the card base. Then I had that attached to the first glass mat. Then I laid the next stamp on top of that and applied it to the next mat. This system helps me with things like multiple step stamping too. After that was all done.
Then I realized that I wanted to show off that it was "needlepoint" by stamping the little needle. And I heat embossed that. Then I stamped the little string part right on top of it. But since it was already heat embossed. The ink didn't stick to the heat embossed part, just the remaining cardstock. I then applied the die cut wood veneer frame by detaching the last part which revealed the sticky side.
|Stamps: Paper Smooches In Stitches|
|Paper: CTMH White Daisy, ARC Crafts BARC Wood White Birch|
|Ink: CTMH Bashful, Candy Apple, Tsukineko Galaxy Gold|
|Accessories: Ranger Embossing Powder Clear|
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