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Our Issue 103 Designer for the Day

Birthday crafting Card making Die cutting How to Papercraft Papercrafter Party makes Stamping Techniques Card Making

This month’s Designer for the Day is Beverley Kimber! We love the burst of colour she has used on the card below.

Our Issue 103 Designer for the Day

YOU WILL NEED
Craft essentials (see p92)
Sheena Douglas Henna stamp
Brusho paint powder: Leaf Green, Lemon
Ink pads: black, orange, yellow
Embossing powder: black
Stamping card
Masking fluid
Foam applicator

Apply to be our next Designer for the Day by sending an email with your name and address to jessica.elkin@aceville.co.uk

METHOD
1. Stamp and emboss the Henna stamp in black ink onto the centre of 19cm square stamping card. Paint masking fluid over the areas of the flower that you want to colour.
2. Add orange and yellow ink to an acrylic block, spritz with water several times and stamp onto the flower once the masking fluid is dry. Sprinkle Brusho powder over the background and spritz once again.
3. Once all the elements are dry, use your fingertips to rub the masking fluid to peel away any excess and leave white card underneath. Colour in the flower with red and green gel pens.
4. Stamp dots from the henna stamp around the flower and print the wavy lines around the edges to create a border. Using a piece of foam, blend orange and yellow ink around the edge of the card and draw a border with black felt tip pen.
5. Add a ‘Happy birthday’ sentiment to the panel with 3D foam pads. Stick red ribbons across the corners of the panel and adhere the entire piece onto a 21cm square blank.

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