Wedding Sentiments Cards

Darkroom Door - Sunday, March 24, 2019

Hi there, it's Heather Telford, happy to be back on the Darkroom Door blog with some wedding themed cards today. I incorporated the Tall Flowers and the Nature Walk set again because they are so beautiful and work so well behind the versatile Wedding Sentiments Stamp.



Instructions: 
1. Spritz water generously over hot pressed watercolour paper panel.
2. Ink daisy stamp in wild honey and forest moss distress inks.
3. Stamp onto wet panel, restamp several times without re-inking to get paler images.
4. If images are not bleeding into surrounding area add more water.
5. Blot panel dry with paper towel then let dry completely.
6. Stamp wedding sentiment stamp on vellum in versamark ink, emboss in gold powder
7. Wrap vellum strip around flower panel and attach to card base.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Tall Flowers Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Vellum
Versamark ink
Gold embossing powder
Distress inks: Wild Honey, Forest Moss


Instructions: 
1. Stamp delicate flower from Nature Walk set in versamark ink across watercolour paper panel. Emboss in silver powder
2. Ink same stamp in Blueprint Sketch Distress Ink, spritz with water then stamp across panel to get gradually paler images.
3. Repeat step 2 with Milled Lavender ink.
4. Isolate desired sentiment from Wedding Sentiments Stamp by placing tape over adjacent sentiments. Ink with versamark, remove tape and stamp on watercolour paper strip, emboss with silver powder
5. Sponge Milled Lavender ink around edge of sentiment
6. Wrap silver ribbon around stamped panel, attach sentiment over top and pop up centre of sentiment panel with foam.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Nature Walk Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Versamark ink
Silver embossing powder
Distress inks: Milled Lavender, Blueprint Sketch, Frayed Burlap
silver ribbon


Instructions: 
1. Ink tall daisy stamp in worn lipstick, abandoned coral, forest moss and peeled paint distress ink, spritz lightly with water and stamp in centre of hot pressed watercolour paper panel.
2. Stamp daisy on masking paper three times, cut out and position one over stamped image.
3. Stamp daisy again to the right and to the left of original image.
4. Blend stamping with water and brush to fill in some of the outline image. Dry panel and cover daisies with masks.
5. Ink Woodgrain Background Stamp in weathered wood and frayed burlap distress inks, stamp then blend with water,
6. Tape off either side of chosen sentiment on Wedding Sentiments Stamp, ink with shady lane versafine ink, remove tape, stamp on strip of watercolour paper.
7. Punch holes in sentiment strip, attach linen threads, fasten to back of stamped panel
8. Attach panel to card base with foam backing.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Tall Flowers Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Darkroom Door Woodgrain Background Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Masking paper
Versafine Clair Ink: shady lane
Distress inks: worn lipstick, abandoned coral, forest moss, peeled paint, weathered wood, frayed burlap
linen twine
fun foam

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

Helen



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