Sunday, 25 February 2018

Vans or Converse? Epic Celebrations

Thought I'd share a couple of the other cards I made using the Epic Celebrations stamp set. You can check out the other one here.

Epic Celebrations, Sale-A-Bration, Oakfield Crafts, Stampin' Up! UK

The images for both cards in this post were stamped directly onto pieces of Crumb Cake cardstock using Black Archival Ink.

For the card above I also stamped the image onto a piece of Picture Perfect Party Designer Series Paper and then fussy cut it out. I then glued the paper onto the stamped image and used my Chalk Marker to colour the laces and also the rest of the Crumb Cake image.

I think that the card would be great for a teenager and I for one would love to have a pair of casual shoes that look like that (even though I'm well past the teenage years). 

As mentioned above, the image for the card below was stamped onto the Crumb Bake cardstock using Archival Black ink. I added the detail at the bottom because I forgot that the ink took a little time to dry and I managed to get a small smudge on it. The dots do an excellent job of masking the smudge, and actually add that little extra bit of interest that the card needed, but without detracting from the main image.

Epic Celebration, Sale-A-Bration, Oakfield Crafts, Stampin' Up!

Don't forget, you can get the Epic Celebrations stamp set for FREE with a £45 order. The Sale-A-Bration offer is only on until 31 March so don't miss out.

Happy stamping

Fiona xx

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