Hello, Gaylynn here. Masculine card making is easy with Unity stamps and color. Today, on the Unity blog, I am sharing a way to add color to masculine stamping for a BBQ scene.
For this card, I added Copics plus distress oxide ink blending to build color. This complements the masculine card making process.
King of the grill. Happy birthday.
Wishing you a perfect day.
Here are helpful tips for this example of masculine card making. To begin, stamp the grill items onto cardstock using Copic friendly ink. Next, trim or die-cut the stamped panel to fit onto the card base. Then, add ink blending in two colors around the edges of the stamped panel. Next, add color to the grill stamping. I used Copic markers for this example. Optional, add a sentiment panel. Finally, layer it all onto the card base, to finish.
Here is another card version.
Here is my video tutorial for this project. It will detail the full process.
Also, Ranger distress oxide ink peeled paint & broken china & plastic craft mat; ink blending brush, My Creative Time etched edge frame dies & heart label dies; Gelly Roll pen #10, Copic markers C6, N3, R24, E13, E33, E37, E18, Y26, R27, R02, YR23, Y11, C1, BG0000, YG13, G07, 0; heat tool, foam double-sided tape, cardstock.
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