Emboss Resist meets Ombre ~ Thank you card

Today I have been working on some thank you cards and the Beautifully Baroque stamp was just calling out to be used.  I think it was a bit of a swan song as this is another of the stamps that is retiring when the new Stampin’ Up catalog is released at the beginning of June (but it is still available while stocks last) FREE Shipping ends tonight!!!

April 14 thanks you cardsI used the emboss resist technique where you use Versamark to stamp the image onto Whisper White card, cut to 51/4 x 4″, then use white embossing powder.  Once this is ‘fixed’ with the heat gun and allowed to cool for a few minutes I used Stampin Sponges to apply the  color.  From the middle out I used Pool Party, Coastal Cabana, Bermuda Bay and finally a little smidgen of Island Indigo to creat the ‘ombre’ effect.  You need to apply the ink sparingly and use a circular motion to get a fairly smooth finish.

A length of 1/8 Bermuda Bay tafetta ribbon across the bottom of the layer then adhered to Island Indigo card base cut at 81/2 x 51/2. Three rhynstones topped of the card and the sentiment was from the Petite Pairs stamp set and used the Ticket Duo Punch. Pretty pleased with the final result 🙂

Beautifully Baroqueheat toolticket duo punch

If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalog, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team I’d most definitely like to hear from you. This weeks hostess code is C63NHAU3

From April 21st thru April 25th 2014, Stampin’ Up have free shipping (except expedited shipping) Don’t miss this great opportunity 🙂

 

One response to “Emboss Resist meets Ombre ~ Thank you card

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s