Layered Project!

When we saw this title, we jumped with excitement. We have made this card to be submitted for two challenges.

To create this layered Thank you card we’ve used card stock paper- white and blue.

We first decided our alignment of the blue card stock onto  a white base (14″ x 14″). As we were doing triple stamping we placed two blue pieces, (14″ x 3.5″) one on the top and one at the bottom. We then cut another blue piece (8.5″x6″) for the centre over-lapping the top and the bottom. Next we cut white pieces 1 cm shorter than the blue.

To begin with ,we used masking tape and stuck the three small white pieces onto our white base (as mentioned above). We then chose Swirly Time stamp by Peek-a-Boo designs for our background. We used Lime Green and Buttered Popcorn Ranger dye ink and stamped our background beginning from the centre. While stamping we ensured that we stamped on the overlapping areas so as to achieve the desired effect. Next we chose a simple doily stamp from Itsy Bitsy and stamped it with Tiger Lily Archival ink. Again, we started with the centre and moved around keeping in mind the over-lapping areas.

Once done we took off the pieces and stuck them onto the blue card stock pieces with a 0.5 cm border on all sides. We then stuck the pieces onto our base exactly as we stamped them. Once done it created a shadow and the stamped images appeared to pass through the blue seams.

We stamped our sentiment onto a white card stock and distressed the edges with Wild Honey Distress Ink. We used foam tape to adhere it to our base. We glued our base onto a white card. We stamped flowers from the Altenew Vintage rose collection, cut them and adhered them with foam tape for an embossed look.

Here is our final card.

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This project was submitted for:

Peek-a-boo Challenge #8@Peek-a-boodesigns.blogspot.in

My Time To Craft Challenge #324

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