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Red, Red Lips Card

Posted by Sarmin Miah-Lancaster on

Hello everyone!!! Hope everyone has had a wonderful day thus far. Today we will be creating a very simple card but using some fun techniques.  Let’s begin by knowing the supplies needed for this card. 

Supplies 

I started with a layering cardstock that measured 4 1/8” by 5 3/8”. I wanted to create my own background so used a black Neenah Cardstock, used my anti static tool to go over the cardstock and then used my Versamark ink pad to stamp the first set of lips. Once that was completed, I heat embossed it. I then took the second set of lips and repeated the same steps. Once that was completed and cooled, I took the heart image from the same stamp set and used red embossing powder to heat emboss them. I used my prisma colored pencils to color in the lips but any coloring medium can be used. 

To create my sentiment, I used a technique that I absolutely love. I took a scrap paper that would fit my sentiment, used the anti static tool to remove any static and pressed my versamark ink pad directly onto the cardstock. I then used my red embossing powder to emboss the whole piece. I heat set it, while it was still hot, I dipped it back into my embossing powder and reheated it with the heating tool. I did this a few times until I liked the look. Once I was done, I cut my sentiment piece down to the size I needed and let it cool. When it was completely cooled, I once again, used the anti static tool to go over the sentiment piece and took a sentiment from the Maymays Two Lips Stamp Set and using my versamark, stamped onto the red heat embossed paper piece. This time, I used white embossing powder to put on the sentiment. I very quickly heat embossed that sentiment. I pooped the sentiment up on some foam tape. To finish the panel, I inked the edges using my Oxide ink. I then glued the entire panel onto an A2 size white card base. That completes the card! A rather simple but fun card to create. I love heat embossing, so any technique that requires heat embossing, I absolutely love!

 I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and the video. Hope to catch you again soon!


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