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Party City – Ink Road Stamps

April 7, 2020

Hi everyone! Wow, today is April 7th and typing this for the future. The coronavirus has taken over our lives it seems. It was nice to make a card and relax a bit. I hope you all are safe and sound and washing those hands!

Today’s card is brought to you by one of the tallest women I have ever met and her name is RuPaul.

Please check out my video on how I made it! If you aren’t the watching type, please see below for my amazingly awesome steps for this fabulous card! Enjoy!

  • Cut a piece of your favorite watercolor cardstock to 4 x 5.25.
  • Cute a piece of black card stock to 4.25 by 5.5.
  • Make a card base using your favorite card stock, I like to use the Neenah Solare White Classic Crest (longest name EVER). Cute that as a top folding card at 4.25 by 11 and then scored in the center.
  • Use watercolors to make the design. I used pigment powders as watercolors. Brusho is the brand. I pulled colors of the rainbow and lightly sprinkled each color on the card and then sprayed it with water.
  • Use a brush to move the colors in the direction you want them to be. Be sure to try and keep them in color order so that they do not turn brown.
  • Once you have all the colors you want, it is time to stamp the most important part of the card! RuPaul and the sentiment from the set Okurrrrr! I used Versafine, because it is great for small sentiments that sometimes can get fudgey with other inks.
  • Then take the “Bitch” die and cut that out in black card stock.
  • Place foam tape behind it to pop it off the card.
  • Then make it sparkly with your most favorite sparkles! I used some gems that I had in my stash.

I hope you have enjoyed this card! And I hope you are healthy and safe during these most precarious times! Peace and until next time.

Remember “DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE”.

Ricky

Products Used:

  • Okurrrrr Stamp Set – The Ink Road Stamps
  • Essential Cheeky Word Dies – The Ink Road Stamps
  • Brusho powder pigments
  • Versafine Ink

 

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