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Rubber Art Stamping & Card Making.

Friday, 15 April 2016

.......And the last rescue card!

Well, I knew it worked, so I had one more set of bases with the embossing line on.

Colour change this time, as well as an ink change- this one uses Distress Inks.

This was my selection, but I didn't use them all in the end. I think Wild Honey got left out.

I also didn't have a ribbon & bow cut in a colour suitable, so had to cut one. As I did, I thought this time round I'd actually emboss it as well.

Liked how that turned out. The stamps I used were the same as before, except I swapped out the Roses stamps for one from a Rubber Tapestry set called Triple Dragonfly Floral.

 After stamping and then  matting the first two layers, I attached the ribbon part of the die, again using a couple of bits of DST on the back to hold it in place.

Add the bow, matt onto the final layer, and mount on a 6x6" card base. A coloured Peel off provides the sentiment again.


Cara said...

Love the embossed bow, it really adds to the card. Cara x

Aimeslee W. said...

Good idea to emboss the bow, it looks nice. Have you realized that now you know how to disguise the line, you could just do the bow thing? teehee Which way is quicker and easier, both look marvy! xoxo

Kyla said...

The bow is a great idea, it really pulls it together.

Barb said...

A really super card Shaz. The tapestry stamping looks great and I love the way you've positioned the bow. Barbxx