Hello there everyone! I hope you are having a great day and happy Thanksgiving to all my friends that celebrate. Today I’m popping in with a video that has been on the Altenew YouTube but I wanted it add it to mine too and write a post about the projects.
I started with a panel of parchment cardstock that would cover the whole front of my card base. Then I stamped both of the branch images from Layered Laurel into place using Bamboo, Parrot, Olive and Moss inks. I wanted to add a few berries so I took the berry image from Majestic Mistletoe and stamped these in Velvet and added Glossy Accents on top for a shiny, glassy effect.
For the die cut burlap letters I added a piece of burlap to some sticky backed cardstock- it doesn’t stick right away but when run through a die cutting machine it sticks nice and firm. Once stuck I then cut the word ‘joy’ using Bold Alphabet Die Set.
To get the gold dip dye effect I added some masking tape along the letters and added Inka Gold to the bottom part- then let dry. Once this was dry I added the letters into place on the card layer with foam tape. This piece was then added to a card base.
For a step by step tutorial on how I created this card please watch the video below or over on YouTube:
Here are the other projects that I shown at the end of the video using the same technique as the card above.
I just love the look using the burlap waste from the die cut pieces.
Thank you so much for stopping by today I really do hope you enjoyed your visit!
Please leave me a comment as I would really love to know what you think of my card!, to leave a comment just click on the post title and the comment box will appear.
Hugs Lydia xxx
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