Cards

Metallic card

I bought a stack of card stock from a craft show and although they looked good, once I had them it was quite difficult to use them. They had a shiny metallic like surface which made it hard to stamp on and the colours were beautiful but hard to use. The cards I have succeeded to make with them had most of it covered with design paper! So I am quite proud to have managed to make this card without too much smudging and not covering it with any paper at all!

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I dry embossed it with my Sizzix large embossing folder and stencilled in a heart with Color Box white ink, while masking a circle for the text. I stamped the text with Versamark, sprinkled some Ranger’s gold embossing powder and heat embossed it. I love this range of sentiments that comes from Stamplorations Big Grins “Strong Women” text, you’ll be seeing me use a lot of these sentiments for more Mothers Day cards.

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I then masked the rest of the card and sponged in some more white ink to bring out the text. This card is for my mum and it has a surprise in it but I can’t show it… cause its a surprise! But lets just say its “explosive”! 😉

I entered this card in:

CAS on Sunday tic tac toe challenge. I chose dry emboss, stamp and girly

Simon Says Stamp Monday Show us your metal challenge

Uniko Studio’s Use metallics challenge

6 thoughts on “Metallic card

  1. Wow! I think you found a beautiful way to make your metallic card stock work. Love the embossining and bit of stamping, Gwendolyn. Happy you joined us this week at Simon Says Monday Challenge for Show us Your Metal! Hugs, Maura

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