Sunday, May 19, 2019

Happy Father’s Day card

Hello there all our fellow BPM fans! Jess here with you sharing a card using some of those famous red rubber stamps!! This time it's a different masculine take on Father's Day. I just love this stamp set by Kate Leitch! Come along, let's craft a unique Father's Day card together!

Products used:
Spectrum Noir: Watercolor paper
7 Dots Studio: Hazy Days
Prima Marketing Inc. Junkyard Findings: Lightbulb
Ranger Ink: Archival Black ink
Hobby Lobby: Wooden gears
American Crafts: Sticky Thumb - foam dots
Black and White gesso
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I am in LOVE with this stamp sheet! The possibilities are endless!!
1. Cut your desired card size
Do you like using up scraps in your stash? Well, here's your chance
Pull out some of your paper scraps
2. Begin by cutting them at different lengths and sizes
3. Stamp and cut out your images using black ink

4. Take some large pieces of scrap paper and mount the two larger stamped images onto them
5. Cut them out leaving a thin boarder around the images
6. Start mounting your paper layers using tape

7. Use some foam dots or cardboard pieces to mount your top layer of stamped images


8. Adorn the card with some wooden gears adhering them with tacky glue
9. Finally, splatter the front of the card with watered down white and black gesso

You have finished your card! 
Here are some close-ups for you to enjoy!




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