Friday, January 4, 2019

Heart with Wings Card


It is not often you can use a background stamp to create a featured image for your card.  However, the swirled rose background is designed in such a fashion that you can cut out the individual roses. In fact, I even cut our a vague heart shape.  So if you are in need of some Valentine inspiration for the lovely people in your life, follow along as I give you a step by step tutorial for my Heart with Wings card.

BPM Stamps:
Feathered Pair of Wings 
Background Roses 
You Light Up My Life

Other Supplies:  
Ink pad (red and black)
Card base (5x7")
Clear mounting block
Embossing powder (gold)
Embossing ink pad
Heat gun
Black card stock

Directions:
1. Stamp the swirly rose background using red ink onto white cardstock.
 

2. Carefully cut around the roses to form a abstract heart shape. In addition, cut out some individual roses.

3. Use an ink blending tool to color the roses red.

4. Stamp the wing image with black ink onto white card stock.

5. Carefully, fussy cut the wings and assemble the wings to each side of the heart. Attach the single roses using foam tape.


6. Stamp the swirly rose background using red ink. Adhere it to the upper portion of the card.

7. Stamp the sentiment using embossing ink, add gold embossing powder, and heat set. Finally, trim and matte with black card stock.


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4 comments:

  1. This is so cool! I've never thought to use background images in this way. Super creative!

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  2. I love how you used these roses! Awesome work!!

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  3. Fabulous, love how you saw a heart and gave it wings. Love it! Such creative stamping, thank you Karen!
    Kim

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  4. Love how you combined these stamps!

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