Wednesday, April 19, 2017

A Beauty and the Beast Card Featuring Sweet Stamp Shop with Video

Hello fellow card makers. Today I am sharing a card that I made with Sweet Stamp Shop products . I used stamps from both the Prince Charming stamp set and the Wear a Crown stamp set. Using these stamps I created a card that reminds me of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast. The main image on the card is reminiscent of the flower from the story. The background was created using similar images of an empty flower stem and some roses and falling petals. I recently saw a card made by one of MFT's design team members, Joy (Simple by Design), that created a custom background by white heat embossing images in this same way. I was inspired by her card to create this one. Below are photos of my project, a link to my YouTube Video, and a complete list of supplies.

The first card I created I used Glossy Accents all over the image to make it appear like glass. I didn't like how it turned out and re-colored the image, this time forgoing the use of the Glossy Accents. I'm not sure if it was a great move. I would be interested in hearing your opinions. Leave a comment below or on my YouTube Video letting me know which one you prefer, the with or without Glossy Accents.

with Glossy Accents

without Glossy Accents 

without Glossy Accents 


Sweet Stamp Shop, Wear A Crown and Prince Charming

MFT, Blueprints 1 Die-namics 

Memento, Tuxedo Black 
Versfine, Onyx Black 
Distress Ink, Dried Marigold and Scattered Straw 

Papertrey Ink, Soft Stone
Tim Holtz, Distress Watercolor 
Neenah, 110 lb Solar White
Neenah, 80 lb Solar White

Embossing Powder:
Simon Says Stamp, Detail White 

Copic Markers 
Ranger, Glossy Accents 
Zig, Wink of Stella, Clear 
Tim Holtz Tonic Trimmer
Black Craft Mat by Dahle
Scotch 3M Foam Tape
Sizzix Big Shot (white)
Sizzix Big Shot Caddy (white)
Quilled Creations Precision Tip

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