Hello. Gaylynn here with my Technique Time series. Today, I am sharing three step stamping with a pink poppy flower card tutorial.
This technique creates a bold and dimensional look to this big flower. See the process below.
Sentiment: Hello my dear friend.
Here are helpful tips for three step stamping. To begin, make a colorful background or use patterned paper. Next, stamp and trim the sentiment. Then, stamp the solid pink poppy flower onto white cardstock. Allow it to dry or heat set that stamped layer. Next, add powder using a powder tool over the solid stamped panel. Also, using a narrow paint brush, remove any excess powder. Then position the outline stamp slightly offset from the solid stamping and stamp and heat emboss that layer in white. Next, add an offset stamped layer in black ink using the same outline stamp. Finally, adhere all of the layers to finish.
Here is another look.
Finally, here is my video tutorial for this project. It will detail the full process.
For similar inky embossing folder background technique details and video tutorial, click HERE.
Supplies: Unity Stamp Co. Donna Poppies and My Dear Friend; white embossing powder, VersaMark ink, Ranger magenta hue and jet black archival ink; heat tool, powder tool, paint brush, premade background panel or patterned paper, mini Misti, flat and foam double-sided clear tape.
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