Hey Procraftinators! Today, I am back with another design team project for Fairy Stamper. I am showing one way to use patterned paper for your background in a fairy card scene. I know I have seen some people say that they struggle making ink blended or mixed media backgrounds for their scenes. So, I wanted to show that you don't have to do those types of scenes to create an impactful card.
As usual, I do have a video tutorial to share with you today.
Here are a few more finished project pictures and below this, will be my supply list.
- Fairy Hugs - Aris (FHS-048)
- Fairy Hugs - Lantern Tree (FHS-083)
- Fairy Hugs - Fantasy Flowers (FHS-032)
- VersaFine Clair - Nocturne
- Sakura Stardust Glitter Pens
- Distress Ink
- Vintage Photo
- Black Soot
- Ranger Clear Embossing Powder
- Patterned paper from my stash cut to 4in x 5 1/4in
- Paper Accents - Pearlized Gold for matte cut to 1/8 in bigger than card panel
- Craft Foam
- 1/2in Scor Tape
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Lovely card! I was wondering if you could share where you got the stamping tool that helps put pressure on the stamp.ReplyDelete
Hi Kay! Glad you loved the card. The stamping tool is called the Tim Holtz Platform. They are no longer sold in the USA due to a patent lawsuit. So, depending on where you live, it may be a little more tricky to get this particular model. However, there are many brands of stamp platforms on the market. If you want this particular one though and are an Amazon Prime member, you can go to the Amazon Global website and order it off there. It takes a little time to get, as it will be coming from the UK, but if you are a Prime member, it is free shipping. You will want to watch the site for a sale though, because I just checked and it is currently listed for $70ish, which is awfully high. I just purchased a second one about 2months ago and I want to say it was more like $45 or 50. I know I certainly did NOT pay $70.Delete