Sunday, February 19, 2017

Constellations Card Set

Hello everyone! :o)

Today I want to share with you this Constellations Card Set.


I made these one layer, monochrome cards with a gorgeous Hero Arts 'Reverse Constellation' background woodblock stamp.

Before I started making cards, I tested stamp on a scrap paper. I inked the stamp with Distress Ink and pressed the paper on it. Stamped impression was not good. Last year, Jennifer McGuire shared a very helpful tip on her blog: Getting Clear Stamped Images. I tried that and a result was excellent. :o)

I inked the stamp with VersaMark Watermark Ink, wiped it with my palm, inked the stamp with Distress Ink Blueprint Sketch and pressed a top folded white card base on the stamp. I removed the card base from the stamp and left it dry on air.

My first idea was to make only one card, but I liked it so much and I made three more. I cleaned the stamp with wet microfiber cloth between stamping and repeated inking and stamping process previously described for each card.


The stamp is larger than card bases I used, which allowed me to stamp different impressions by pressing card bases in different corners of the stamp. I also rotated the stamp.


I wanted all these stars to shimmer, so I traced all constellations and stars (all withe parts) with Clear Wink of Stella and my card set was finished. :o)


Dimensions of cards: 95 mm x 133 mm (3 3/4" x 5 1/4")

List of supplies:



I'm entering my card set to a challenge:
Wednesday Creative Inspirations Challenge, Challenge #268 - Anything Goes
This is my 4th entry to this challenge.


Thank you for stopping by and your kind feedback. Enjoy and smile! :o)


Milka

4 comments:

  1. Wow!! Amazing cards, love them all!!! ... And great trick, thanks for the link to Jennifer's tutorial. :) Hugs

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  2. Lovely creation. Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations this fortnight. CraftyNatalie ; DT

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