Hi! Belinda here today to share with you a card I created using the Emulsion Frame Stamp. I have used a stamp layering technique to combine the frame with some feathers from the Feathers Rubber Stamp Set and the French Script Background Stamp.
1. Apply the Chevron Background Stamp onto a piece of smooth white cardstock cut to size using Aquamarine Ranger Archival Ink. Rub in some Peacock Feathers Tim Holtz Distress Ink around the edges using an ink blending tool. Distress the edges. Ink again with the Peacock Feathers ink. Stick down on your black cardstock base.
2. Apply the Emulsion Frame Stamp onto a piece of smooth white cardstock using Jet Black Ranger Archival Ink.
3. Stamp the peacock feather from the Feathers Rubber Stamp Set inside the frame using Jet Black Ranger Archival Ink. Mask the bottom edge of the frame with some scrap paper before you stamp the feather so that you don’t obscure the bottom of the frame.
4. Use Tim Holtz Distress Markers to colour the feather image.
5. Apply Crushed Olive Tim Holtz Distress Ink all over the background of this piece using an ink blending tool. Flick water over the surface using your fingertips. Dry with a heat gun. This will cause the colours to blend a little and leave some lovely water stains.
6. Apply the French Script Background Stamp over the top using Olive Ranger Archival Ink.
7. Flick some Ranger Dylusions Ink Spray in Vibrant Turquoise over the top. Remove the spraye from the bottle and add some more colour, allowing it to run a little from the top of the feather.
8. Tear around the outer edge of the frame and ink with Peacock Feathers Tim Holtz Distress Ink. Stick down on your card front.
9. Stamp another feather onto white cardstock using Jet Black Ranger Archival Ink. Fussy cut the feather and bundle together with some real feathers and a metal brush pen top. Tie up with string and add to the card front.
10. Cut out your sentiment from various Wordstrips in a ransom note fashion and add to the card.
TIP: Add double sided tape to the back of your Wordstrips before cutting words and letters out. Then you just need to peel off the backing and stick on. Much easier than trying to add tape to the back of a tiny letter.
Darkroom Door Emulsion Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Feathers Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door French Script Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Chevron Background Stamp
Ranger Archival Ink: Aquamarine, Jet Black, Olive
Ranger Dylusions Ink Spray Vibrant Turquoise
Ranger Distress Ink: Crushed Olive, Peacock Feathers
Ranger Distress Markers: Broken China, Dusty Concord, Pine Needles
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Findings Pen Nibs
Thank you so much for stopping by the blog and checking out my card today.