Today I would love to share with you SinCity Urban Grunge Stamp Set.
..I fell in love with as soon as I saw them and knew exactly what I wanted to do for my first project. I thought I would make a birthday card for a friend that has one coming up and since she isn't a girly girl I thought this would be perfect.
I started with a piece of corrugated box flap and tore some the front paper off of it to expose the corrugate part of the flap.
I dry brushed the top with a bit of white paint making sure to leave some of the corrugated exposed.
I stamped the script stamp onto of my dry paint using black in, inked the edges of the kraft card base, pattern paper and stamped piece with brown ink. I then placed the corrugated piece on top of my pattern paper.
I used another stamped from the Urban Grunge set to stamp two background on to yellow card stock. Once they were stamped I cut out two leaves.
I misted the leaves with water, scrunched them up and they bent and folded my leaves until I got the look I wanted. Allow them to dry completely and ink the sided and tops before placing them on your card front.
I stamped a few of the small flowers to the top of my scrap yellow card stock before I stamped "Happy Birthday" from the Clownin' Around Set of stamps from SinCity Stamps
. I then placed it on a small piece of brown card stock and layered it at the bottom of my card front after I had my lace, flower and leaves in place. I hope you try making a not so "girly girl" cards for your friends sometime and try out the background stamps at SinCity Stamps Store. Hugs Pammejo
Die Cut Flower
Corrugated Box Flap
Brown and Black Ink
Kraft, Yellow and Brown Card Stock
Oh, Oh, Oh...gots to love me a little grunge!!! Bravo, Miss Pam!ReplyDelete
I love this "not so girly girl" card! I might even give this a try myself! TFS!ReplyDelete
Pam, I really like this one. Great expression with the "cardboard." I have a birthday card request for a young man who himself is an artist and like "different." The only other thing I have to go on is that his fav rock band is Pink Floyd. I have been thinking how I might incorporate a "wall." I think I will play with your base idea@! Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete