I colored up the Stampendous Baroque Bouquet cling jumbo stamp (if you're interested in a step-by-step coloring tutorial, I'm blogging about that over on the Spectrum Noir blog today!) and paired it with the Scalloped Send It Clear card base.
To maximize the coolness of having a clear card base, I got out some Stazon Opaque Soft Lilac ink for the scalloped sides; the lovely folks over at Tsukineko were kind enough to hook me up with some goodies, and I am eternally grateful! I also used the Encore Gold ink for stamping the large gold border on the inside of my card. and my image itself is stamped in my all-time favorite, go-to ink....Memento Tuxedo Black.
I also created a belly band for my card. I really wanted to add some Fran•táge texture to the card; I started by spritzing some of Tsukineko's Silver Sheer Shimmer Spritz (say that three times fast) on the white card stock. Then I added some Shabby White Embossing Enamel and heated it from underneath. I finished off the belly band by adding some soon-to-be-released (look for it in the next few weeks at your local craft store, and on the website in late July or early August) Purple Color Fragments (you can see the other, currently available colors on the Stampendous site).
For more details and a better look at the inside of the card, head over to this blog post!
Stamps: Romantic Border, Baroque Bouquet (Stampendous)
Card Stock: Purple (Bazzill), White (Neenah), Clear Scalloped Card Base (Clear Scraps)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Encore Gold, Stazon Soft Lilac (Tsukineko)
Coloring Medium: Spectrum Noir (GB11, GB7, DG2, DG1, HB3, HB2, HB1, DG4, CG2, GB5, CT4, CT2)
Accessories: Deep Impression Clear Embossing Powder, Shabby White Embossing Enamel, Purple Color Fragments (all by Stampendous); Silver Shimmer Spritz (Tsukineko)
Tools: heat tool
Date: Thursday, June 28, 2012 GMT Views: 382