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In & Out of Studio 3D
Saturday, 15 December 2012
Gotta Love It
Topic: Stamping

Here's a little bit of romance in a card. I set out to follow an idea from the Penny Black blog on using the 'frame' portion of a die cut. I started with the central stamp that has the wording embedded in it. I stamped it on a background with tiny script and then stamped all around it with other rose stamps but did those as second generation impressions.

Distress markers ere used to color the images. Then I diecut the image as well as two butterflies from its background scraps. These all got Distress ink to tone the edges and I stamped the large Love word.

I diecut and embossed the center of a pink lace print cardstock and mounted it with foam tape on a folded card base. Then I inset the stamped panel down inside it and mounted the two butterflies.

I rounded the corners to soften the look and then added some 'cotton candy' Stickles to be butterfly bodies.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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