Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of Sin City Stamps manufacturing my stamps. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!
Happy Day before the Fourth of July!
I hope everyone has a fabulous holiday!
I am enjoying my holiday playing in the studio with Sin City Stamps!
Today I am sharing with you an ombre technique along with using my latest stamps from Sin City Stamps!
Begin by stamping the Rose Background Stamp
on white paper using embossing ink and applying white embossing powder.
First apply Spun Sugar over embossed Rose Background Stamp
using blending tool.
Go over the top 2/3 of the prepared piece with Victorian Velvet.
Do the top 1/3 with Worn Lipstick.
Trim excess paper away from inked background piece.
Set to one side.
Stamp a couple of the images from the Grunge Stamp Set on to white paper with black ink.
Ink the top of the grunge background with Tea Dye and Wild Honey.
Ink the edges of the prepared Rose background with Wild Honey.
Adhere together to form top to card front.
Stamp feathers from the Fall Collection 2 on to white card stock with
Salty Ocean, Fired Brick, and Wild Honey.
Fussy cut feathers out.
Stamp background from the Grunge Stamp Set on to white card stock with black ink.
Stamp sentiment from the Memories Art Set on to prepared piece with black ink.
Apply Wild Honey to top of prepared sentiment.
Fussy cut out to form small flag.
Stamp background from the Grunge Stamp Set add to front of card front along with sentiment.
Add fussy cut feathers to the top of card front; placing one on with pop dots.
Add small tan twine to feathers.
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed my step out tutorial on how to create an ombre card along with my stamps from Sin City Stamps! Stop by Sin City Stamps to check out more fabulous stamps! Hugs Pam
Ranger Distress Inks: Tea Dye, Wild Honey, Fired Brick, Salty Ocean,
Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Victorian Velvet, Embossing Ink
Stampendous White Embossing Powder
May Arts Ribbon: Tan Twine
Love your ombré effect Pam and I am absolutely delighted to see your stamps being used. I am so thrilled for you. Big hugs and have a wonderful Fourth of July . Tracy xReplyDelete