Why am I calling this my Bohemian Rhapsody card? Well, mostly because the paper stack is called “Bohemian”. But I am also a child of the 70’s & 80’s and Saturday Night Live and whenever I hear the word my brain automatically goes to that song. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you can listen in here:
I’m trying to type up the directions for this card and I am smelling my pizza burning in the oven so I will be right back. ADD anyone?
Okay now that I saved my house from burning to the ground? Let’s continue.
I stamped my images in Stazon ink directly onto the designer series paper. I think a lot of us forget to do that- but it’s a great way to use your patterned paper. It’s like coloring without the fuss.
Then I just cut them out on the Big Shot machine using the Leaflet framelits that coordinate. Add a little dimensionals here, some twine there, and you’ve got the makings of a card.
Now, I heat embossed the sentiment because this card was dying it for some gold shiny sparkly stuff (stuff is a technical term in my house) and the gold foil that I ordered wasn’t delivered yet. So… Stamped the sentiment in Versamark ink, poured gold embossing powder over it, shook off the excess and heat set it with my heat tool.
If you are new to this technique, your gonna wanna go over to the right hand side of this blog and search “heat embossing” to see lots more projects like it. Hey thanks for stopping by today I hope you enjoyed this project. Be sure to get in touch with any questions you have. If you’d like to see more projects like this, leave a comment below.
Here are the supplies used in this project. To order, simply click on one.
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Remember, Saturday is the continuation of our One Sheet Wonder class…stay tuned for FOUR cards coming your way!
Thanks for hanging out with me today!
Remember… Think it! Ink It!