Hi there, friends! Jen here today sharing a few cards using the beautiful white rubber slimline stamp and stencil set, Everything’s Coming up Roses.
I haven’t used Kaleidoscope powders in awhile and thought that the Grape color would be perfect!
I started the card with a pre-cut Maker Forte slimline card panel. I placed the stencil from the Everything’s Coming up Roses stamp and stencil set on top of the slimline card panel. Next, the Color Hive ink Sugar Plum was blended through the stencil. The stencil was then flipped over and the Color Hive ink Limewired was blended through the stencil.
Next, I applied an anti static bag over the panel. The white rubber stamp, Everything’s Coming up Roses was inked up with Color Hive Clear ink. The slimline cardstock was placed over the stamp (stencil pattern facing the stamp) and the back of the paper was rubbed over to get the ink to transfer. The Grape Kaleidoscope powder was then applied over the clear ink. This was done by dipping the Dual Tip Powder Brush into the Kaleidoscope powder and then pouncing the powder over the clear ink. Once all the image was covered in powder, the Rainbow Clean Up Brush was then used to wipe off any excess powder. To seal the powder, the card panel was sprayed with hairspray.
Finally, the card panel was trimmed and adhered to a slightly larger piece of Eclipse Black Cardstock and then adhered to a slimline card base. A leftover piece of the Eclipse Black Cardstock was adhered to the bottom of the panel and a sentiment was added.
Next, the same process was followed (as in Card 1) for inking and applying the Grape Kaleidoscope powder using the Everything’s Coming up Roses stamp.
However, this panel was trimmed down and matted onto a piece of black cardstock. Foam was added to the back of this panel and it was adhered to a 4 ¼ x 5 ½ piece of white cardstock. To finish the card, a sentiment from Spring Celebrations was added along with a few gems from my stash.
I hope you create something today! Thanks so much for stopping by!