To celebrate World Card Making Day, I decide to host a Blog Hop of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from All Around the World to share a card that they have made and then I have challenged them to post it within a week to someone special - as we sometimes forget to send them and they just gather in a box.
I have decided to ink up the Amazing Silhouettes stamp set for the first time. This set is a reverse image to most stamps with the image being left in this case white with the surrounding area highlighted with ink.
This is a Faux Centre Step Card, I received the tutorial from South Australian Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Diane Furniss. I looks amazing but it really is not as complicated as it looks - it's just a few pieces of cardstock folded and glued together to make the structure of the card.
For my centre and side panels I used my sponge daubers direct to the rubber stamp in three shades of green - Parakeet Party, Pear Pizzazz and Mossy Meadow. Don't forget to "huff" the rubber stamp before putting the rubber to the Basic White cardstock to make it a little moist. After adhering the stamped Basic White cardstock to the Parakeet Party, I added a sentiment and a few lovely Brushed Brass Butterflies.
Stamp Set: Amazing Silhouettes
Cardstock: Parakeet Party, Basic White
Ink: Parakeet Party, Pear Pizzazz, Mossy Meadow
Accessories: Cut 'n Emboss Machine, Potted Succulents Dies, Sponge Daubers, Brushed Brass Butterflies
A side view
A back/side view of the card,
there is really only 2 pieces of cardstock that make up this fancy fold card.
Thanks for stopping by tonight, now it's time to see what Andrea Sargent from my team has made.
If you get lost on the Kathryn's World Card Making Day Blog Hop or one of the links are broken, here is the list of participates, they would love to receive some stampin love, so if you have time please leave a comment that you have visited:
1. Kathryn Mangelsdorf - you are here
7. Julia Quinn
10. Penny Hanuszak