Artisan Congrats

Good Morning!

Loving the colour combination on this card today. They are all part of the Neutrals colour family! Following the “Colour Revamp” Mossy Meadow has returned, Night of Navy has moved from the Regal colour family and there is the fabulous new Merry Merlot and Gray Granite!

I have used the Artisan Textures stamp set, (love this set) and combined it with the Lined Alphabet set to create my own bold sentiment.

The letters were stamp first with clear Versamark ink and heat embossed with clear powder.

Each of the inks were used to stamp over the top of the embossed letters, then the excess gently wiped away. This added to the grungy effect.

Gray Granite was used to add some extra texture. The panel was trimmed down and mounted on to black card stock.

Some Linen Thread was wrapped around the bottom of the panel before adhering to the card base.

The additional portion of the sentiment was taken from the Itty Bitty Greetings set. This was also stamped in clear Versamark ink on to black card. This was heat embossed with white powder. This was added to the card using dimensionals.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.

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Thanks for stopping by today and Happy Stampin’!

Verity x

Product List

Linen Thread

[104199]

£4.25

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Stampin' with inkybutterfly

Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator based in the UK

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