Are you looking for a blog post on how to CASE the Catalogue using the Dainty Delight Stamp set and Dies? Look no further, as I have the perfect card-making project for you!
To begin, colour wash your card base with Moody Mauve and a water painter.
Then you need to stamp flowers using Blackberry Bliss onto this water colour base.
Now comes the fun part – stamp off the big flower using Pecan Pie. Then using your blender pens – blend the colours onto your stamped image! Simply choose your colours (I used Daffodil Delight, Old Olive and Moody Mauve) and blend them onto the flowers, adding more or less colour as desired. The result is a beautiful, soft and blended look that’s sure to impress.
Once you’re happy with the colouring, it’s time to assemble your card. Use dimensionals to adhere the die-cut image onto the card base, and then add a sentiment using stamps from the same Dainty Delight set. I used Tailored Tag dies to cut out the sentiment and added it as a focal point to my card.
But wait, there’s more! To take this card to the next level, try CASEing the Catalogue by adding some extra embellishments. I added some twine, and gems to add a little sparkle and shine.
Using the Dainty Delight Stamp set and Dies, along with the new colours of Moody Mauve and Pecan Pie, you can create a beautiful card that’s perfect for any occasion. Whether you’re a seasoned card maker or just starting out, this project is sure to impress.
So why not give it a try? CASE the Catalogue and create a one-of-a-kind card that showcases your creativity and style.
I will be teaching this card at my Card Class in May. Check out the calendar to see when it suits you to attend.
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