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PSL Window Card

November 6, 2018

Hello crafty friends. Today I have a card to share with you, using the Ink Road Stamps – PSL set. Let’s get started!

The PSL stamp set is from the newest release. I decided to stamp out all the images in this set, except for the sweater. Using Gina K – Amalgam black ink, I stamped on Xpress It paper, as I knew I would be using Copic markers to color in the images.

The leaves were stamped twice.

 

Next, I colored all the images in using Copic Markers (Mug – YR04, YR07, YR24, YR27, E57, E59, W01; Leaves – G43, G46, YR24, YR27, RV66, RV69; Scarf – RV66, RV69; Basic Heart – G43, G46; Boots – E13, E15, E18).

For the background, I created an ink blended background with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks in the colors Spiced Marmalade and Fossilized Amber.

After I blended the ink, I splattered the page with water to activate the color and pulled it up with a paper towel.

Using the Mama Elephant – Grid Window die, I ran this background piece through my die cutting machine.

I fussy cut the stamped and colored images using a pair of scissors. This way I can test out where I want to place each image on the window grid I just die cut.

Using the outer frame as a guide, I taped this down to my card base to glue the inner squares down.

I then popped up the outer frame to the card base.

Finally, I adhered the fussy cut stamped images into the squares.

Inside the card I used the PSL stamp set again to add a greeting.

Thank you for joining me today. This set makes me feel all warm and cozy! Don’t forget to grab your’s today and you can use discount code LACEY10 for 10% off your order. #createfreely

Lacey Gasper

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