Forever Friends Birthday Wishes

This is another stamp I received from Doreen when we visited one another.  I used chalks to colour the image and used tearing technique for the patterned paper.  I stamped two flowers from the image and mounted them on each side of the bear and add a birthday wish at the bottom of the card.

Just For You Card

I received this stamp from a craft buddie of mine from Malta so with some markers, patterned paper, mounting tape, coloured card stock and some pink ribbon, I created this card - Just For You, thanks Doreen.

Scratch and Sniff

  1. Mix 1 part sugar-free drink mix to 1-1/2 parts Clear embossing powder. For example, you would mix 1 teaspoon drink mix with 1-1/2 teaspoons of Clear embossing powder (Figure 1). You'll have a scented embossing powder!
  2. Stamp your bold image in VersaMark ink on your card stock.
  3. Heat emboss the image using the scented embossing powder, just as you would with any other heat-embossing project (Figure 2).
  1. Powders must be sugar-free because sugar crisps and browns. For the scent, select a sugar-free drink mix (or cocoa, cinnamon, or jelly crystals) for your project.
  2. When choosing the drink mix, consider both color and scent. Colored embossing powder will work for scratch-and-sniff images; however, unless you use embossing powder that is the same color as your drink mix, the colors may blend strangely.

Background Stamps

1]   With the background stamp face up, ink the stamp completely by tapping the ink pad on the rubber.
2]   Place the background stamp face up on your stamping surface.
3]   Place the card stock on the inked stamp.
4]   If the card stock is smaller than the stamp, cover the card stock with a piece of scratch paper.
5]   Rub the card stock with smooth, firm strokes, making sure to rub all areas of the stamp and to 
keep the card stock from sliding.
6]   Remove the scratch paper and carefully lift the card stock off the stamp.

QUICK TIP Create a multicoloured background by applying two or more inks to the 
background stamp.

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