Yesterday in my Dreamweaver Stencils post, I had mentioned my new found love for the Dreamweaver Plum Branch stencil. Today I am here with a card that I created using my new favorite stencil and some Stampendous stamps!!
Using Memories Die Ink, I stamped the I Love Paris (CRP144) on vellum and heat set with my heat tool. I like to use Memories Ink on vellum, because it dries nicely and the stamp doesn’t slip like other inks do on vellum. I then layered my Plum Branch stencil (LL535) on the side of the focal image and paste embossed with Pearlescent Embossing Paste. Once the paste was dry (about an hour), I masked off the Plum Branch stencil so I could airbrush color onto the embossed area were I wanted. I continually moved the mask until the image was the color I wanted.
I added a bit of color onto the flowers on the focal image, but had to be careful, Memories Ink doesn’t play real nice with alcohol ink markers.
I torn a skinny edge around the vellum sheet and adhered to the front of the music score background with some twine.
I love how it turned out. It was so fun to make a card, just because I wanted too!!
Thanks for taking a look today!!!
Stamps: I Love Paris CRP144, Music Score CRR103 (Stampendous)
Stencils: Plum Branch LL535 (Dreamweaver Stencils)
Paper: Cream & Kraft Cardstock, Vellum (Bazzill Basics Paper)
Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia (Tsukineko); Memories Die Ink (Stewart Superior); RV42, RV04, E77 Sketch Markers (Copic)
Extras: Pearlescent Embossing Paste (Dreamweaver Stencils); Cinnamon Stickles (Ranger Industries); Twine (Creative Impressions), button (Craft Supply), Airbrush Compressor (Imagination International)