How to Use A Sketch Part II
On Wednesday, I showed you how to use a sketch to create a card. This is the 2nd of 3 blog posts in that series. Again, I followed the plan- sticking to the lines of the sketch, but decided to switch it up a little bit.
I decided that the circle of the sketch would be a stamp instead of a layer of paper or embellishment. I also decided that this card would use the triple time stamping technique. If you haven’t seen this yet, be sure to check out my video on YouTube.
Once I had the layers of paper cut, I put a small amount of SNAIL adhesive on the back to hold it in place. Now, I suggest using snail because it’s a lot easier to remove than other types of adhesive. If you use Fast Fuse for example, and try to remove it, you will end up with shredded paper.
Once the paper is in place, you can go ahead and stamp your image. After it’s stamped, you can lift it off to put your tempting turquoise cardstock behind the layers.
Next, I stamped on a piece of cardstock. Then, I carefully cut out the bottom leaves of the flower.
Once all my layers were glued down, I adhered the leaves to the bottom of the flower.
This is the inside of the card.
I hope you enjoyed checking out this card! If you would like to see all the class projects, just hop on over to the Stamping Factory today! There’s lots more to see!