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Layered Orange Dragon Card

09/01/2019 11:50

  1. Cut out a piece of card to use as your background and apply the distress oxide ink. When dry stick to your card blank.
  2. Die cut the grass from a suitable coloured card and stick it along the bottom of your background card.
  3. Die cut the dragon twice, with a different colour of card each time.
  4. Stick the dragon in your selected colour to the card.
  5. Take the negative/pushed out pieces from the other coloured dragon's wings, tail and belly.
  6. Stick the "negatives" from the second dragon into the appropriate spaces on your dragon on the card.
  7. Finish off your card with a googly eye on the dragon and use a needle, pricker tool or similar to gently lift the scales slightly to give them a raised effect.
Posted in Cards with Stamping By Rachel Harries

  1. Cut out your moon shapes (these can be fairly rough circles) and stick them onto the card
  2. Cut out a ledge shape from a piece of coloured card and stick it to the black card blank (if it overhangs don't worry, just trim it after sticking it on) This can also overlap one of the moons to create a layered effect if you like.
  3. Stamp your dragon onto the card, with the feet on the ledge and the body on the black background.
  4. Using one colour of the 3D Pearl Effect Paint Pen, colour in your dragon's body, avoiding the eye, belly, spikes and wings.
  5. Using another 3D Pearl Effect colour, colour in the belly (leaving a gap between each segment), the spikes and the wings.
  6. Using any colour of 3D Pearl Effect, place some drops to make stars.
  7. Finally stamp a sentiment into the bottom corner.
Posted in Cards with Stamping By Verity Jones

Mr Foxy Square Card

20/11/2018 11:50

  1. Prepare a piece of square card, slightly smaller than the card blank you're using for the body of the card.
  2. Mask off the "moon" using a circular piece of card, a small plate or something similar.
  3. Using Distress Oxide Inks, create the moonshine background. Starting with the dark back layer and building it up from there.
  4. Remove your moon mask and stamp your design directly onto the card over this (the fox in this instance!).
  5. Stick down your finished image onto a square of larger white card and then stick to your card blank for a simple, but beautiful card!
Posted in Cards with Stamping By Rachel Harries

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