I was so excited when I got the Stamperia Atelier collection in my design team box. I just love that blue butterfly. But I realize sometimes I get in a bit of a creative rut and use the same things all the time. So I challenged myself not to use the butterfly until I had created a few projects. So to get started playing with a “new” paper set I usually warm up with a card to get my creative vibes moving! and I give myself a bonus if I try a new technique! So here is the result! I decided to use my Stamperia Texture mould as a stamp.
Stamperia Texture Mould - Mannequin
Buttons and More Galore- Desert Sky
Graphic 45 Rose Bouquet Collection
Distress ink, burlap scraps, jute, button, kraft card base.
Cut your Stamperia Atelier Paper to be slightly smaller that your card base. Don’t secure to your card just yet. Instead secure this piece to your work surface using a repositionable adhesive.
Using your Stamperia Texture Mould - Mannequin , generously apply ink to the “raised” side of your mould. The distress ink may bead but that won’t affect the result for this project.
Turn the Stamperia Texture Mould over and press/stamp onto your patterned paper.
Carefully press into mould areas to insure ink transfer. Carefully Lift your Mould.
Adhere your background piece to your card base. Cut tag from Stamperia Atelier Paper Pad. Stamp greeting on the back -burlap side. Adhere to your card. Cut burlap scrap and adhere over corner of tag.
Sporadically adhere stars from Buttons and More Galore- Desert Sky. Now, add roses from the Graphic 45 Rose Bouquet Collection. Tie jute into a button and a jute bow, then adhere to finish your card. You can see all the dimension in this card below!
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