Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Vintage Grungy Card - Technique Junkies


Hello, Tracy Shultz, The Hopeful Crafter here with a grungy card for Technique Junkies that features two stamps from the August Technique Junkies Release. I used a sentiment from the You're Vintage set of four and the Vintage Paris Advertisements Stamp. Don't forget to use my code: TJ10Tracy to save 10% on your Technique Junkies order. 

I created a YouTube Video of my card. You can watch it here:

To create my card, I first sprayed my background panel with Harvest Sunset, Gold, Chestnut Mare and Worn Saddle Shimmering Bliss Sprays. I dried this and then stamped the Paris Advertisement stamp onto this panel with VersaFine Claire Nocturne Ink. I then embossed the sentiment using the same Nocturne Ink and clear embossing powder. I cut the sentiment panel and my background panel out with my Deckle Trimmer. I also deckle trimmed a mat layer for the sentiment (also created with shimmering bliss sprays). I splattered Gold and Copper metallic water color paint over the panel and the sentiment with Finetec Metallic Watercolor Paints. I popped the sentiment up with foam tape and adhered this to the mat layer which I glued to the background panel. I mounted my card onto an A2 black card base. 


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