Hi There! Thank you for visiting us here today!
We have an amazing tutorial from Kim Robertson to share with you with some fantastic techniques. Hope you’ll have a go!
Here’s our mega talented Kim…
As promised here is the step by step for my recent pink card that was done in aid of The Big Pink week for Breast Cancer awareness.
Next I tore the paper toward me on those two corners that I left blank to expose the inside core. I used some of that raisin ink to rub those edges and also some Walnut stain Distress ink to darken them a little further. Set aside to dry.
I took a larger piece of white Card and glued the pink hessian I had in my stash to it to the left hand side.
I added foam to my first piece and added it to the second with some wet glue to stick on the Hessian really well.
Then I gave it a black mat to sit on which instantly makes the darker ink stand out.
I used some dripped glue with some Frantage embossing powders and glitter to add some interest to the the top right of the card as I knew I was going to attach something above this.
I stamped this lovely sentiment out and tore the edges inking the same way as the last piece with raisin and a little Walnut stain. Raising it up on to foam and adding it on a jaunty angle to the card front.
Next I took a plain white resin piece, which was a side on butterfly or moth one or the other and added some pink to it with a Promarker and the added glued and cover in glitters. This I glued above the embossing we did and to the to right of the sentiment.
All that was left from here was to add a little breast cancer symbol in ribbon topped with a pearl and I tied a bow using some of the hessian taken from the edges of another piece and added a sparkler to the knot and Voila… complete.
I hope you enjoyed this one and you can see what you can do with just a couple of fabulous stamps, and some hessian and glitter too.
What an awesome card and a brilliant tutorial.. thank you so much Kim! ♡ xxx
We hope you will pop back over the weekend to see the latest projects from Susanne and Kim J.
Have a lovely evening and a fantastic weekend.
Mark & Helen xx