I’ve had the Dandelion Dreams stamp set for a while, but haven’t really used it much yet. So, I decided to make a special birthday card using this stamp set, some distress inks, and embossing.
How I made this card:
I used the ink blending tools to add distress ink to a piece of watercolour paper. I then spritzed it with perfect pearls mist and used my heat tool to dry it quickly. Then I added some water droplets for texture, drying that again with the heat tool.
Using Versamark ink, I stamped the dandelion stems and flowers. I then heat embossed them with white embossing powder.
Keeping bling to a minimum on this card, I added some small adhesive gems to the flowers.
I then used a sentiment from the same stamp set, heat embossed on vellum.
Once the front panel was finished, I adhered it to a card base, rounding the corners as a finishing touch.
Scroll down to the end of this post for a photo of another card I made using this design.
Products used to make this card:
- Clearly Besotted Dandelion Dreams stamp set
- Distress inks – Peacock Feathers and Evergreen Bough
- WOW embossing powder
- WRMK Corner Chomper
- Adhesive gems
I loved this design so much, I thought I’d recreate it with different colours:
This background used three colours of distress ink blended together – seedless preserves, picks raspberry, and shaded lilac. I also added some extra bling to this card.
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Beautiful design! The blended background looks so soft and beautiful!
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