Today, I'm sharing another card from the October 2011 issue of Scrapbooks, Etc. showcasing more Copic Marker coloring and Hero Arts Stamps. :) These HA flowers are some of my favorites. Gorgeous. And super fun to color.
To create this card:
- Round the top corners of the card using a 1/4" corner rounder.
- Add texture to the background with the Hero Arts Envelope Pattern background stamp and Antique Linen Distress Ink.
- Trim a 2 1/2" border from Neenah Solar White cardstock and stamp HA flowers using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. Color in flowers with Copic Markers.
- Add interest to the background of the stamped and colored flowers with HA Definition Background Stamp and Antique Linen Distress Ink. Don't worry about masking the flowers, stamp over the entire piece. Use Ink Blending Tool to distress edges with Antique Linen Ink.
- Mount stamped and inked piece to 2 3/4" wide green cardstock strip. Wrap silk ribbon around strip and tie in a bow.
- Stamp greeting on vellum strip and score edges using the Martha Stewart Scoring Board (it gives the vellum a nice "finished" edge). Staple vellum over ribbon/strip as shown. Secure strip to card base.
- Add pearl gems to the flower center as shown.
SUPPLIES (click on photos for links):
Tomorrow Lawn Fawn will be revealing one of the nine new sets that will be unveiled August 25th. I can't wait to share the card I created showcasing one of these new stamp sets.
Also stay tuned this week for inspiration featuring two more of the new stamp sets and one retro stamp set. Lawn Fawn will be revisiting past stamp sets during upcoming inspiration weeks and showing new ideas with them! Fun!
Here's a sneaky peeky of the new Lawn Fawn Fall/Winter stamp sets:
If you would like a chance to win all nine of the new sets in the Fall/Winter release, please click HERE to leave a comment.
There is still time to enter the giveaway for the October 2011 issue of Scrapbooks, Etc. Click HERE for a chance to win this issue plus some extra goodies from me. :)
Don't forget to check back tomorrow for new Lawn Fawn goodness.