Tuesday, February 17, 2015

A Celtic Silver Anniversary Card

a Cut at Home Design Team Project

This week I'm bring you a new background stamp from JustRite Stampers called Celtic Lattice.  I love the way it looks.  In the card above I used a StazOn Metallic Silver solvent ink pad to create this shimmery silver look.  If you decide to use this type of ink on your project you will need a solvent ink remover to get it off your stamp.  I used StazOn ink remover.

The flowers are made from Heartfelt Creations Arainna Blooms stamps and dies and heavy duty household Aluminum foil!  I'll show you step by step how I created the flowers and the card assembly on the video.

I am giving you just a tiny sneak peek at the other card I made for St Patti's Day, oh wait oops maybe that's suppose to be St Patrick's Day :-)  Two unique looks from the same background stamp. I also stamped it in a glittery purple WOW embossing powder but ran out of time to make up a card with it, perhaps I'll share it later with you.

Come join me on the video and see the techniques and products I used to create these cards.

Supplies from the Cut at Home store:


Paula said...

Good morning Patti. I just enjoyed your video along with my Atkins shake for breakfast and I can't wait to try out the aluminum flowers. Thanks for a beautiful card.

Joyce Kers said...

Spectacular! I love your style.

Suzanne Crowther said...

HI Patti love these cards this is a great site I will try the aluminium flowers today .don't think they will look as good lol thankyou for sharing

Suzanne Crowther said...

HI Patti my only problem is we don't have the heart felt die and stamp set do you know what they cost I will try to get them as they are stunning. I do have other flower dies but they will not look as good thanks again

Donna Ellis said...

I am SO GLAD to have discovered your blog, Patti. LOVE LOVE LOVE this flower tutorial and idea - I will try using it in a number of ways - how clever, and such a MARVELOUS design idea! Thanks again, Patti, for sharing your creative process. hugs, de