Thursday, May 21, 2009

Part 3 & 4: Stampsmith's "Haunting Eyes" Card Tutorials

Part 3

You will need the following items to make these cards:
Glossy White Cardstock
2 Speedball Brayers
Ranger Adirondack Latte and Slate Dye Ink Pads
Versafine Onyx Black Pigment Ink Pad
For stamping white accents: Brilliance Moonlight White Pigment Ink
Zots Acid Free Clear Adhesive Dots
Memory Box: Vine Branch Rubber Stamp (D1240)
Clear, Wide Shipping Tape
Foam mat or mousepad for stamping on
Clean Paint Brush
Nestabilities Die: Oval
Adhesive backed bling or pearls
White Card: 5 1/2" x 4 1/4"
Dark Brown or Navy Cardstock Layer 1: 5 1/4" x 4"
Light Peach or Gray Cardstock Layer 2: 5" x 3 3/4"
Dark Brown or Navy Cardstock Layer 3: 4 3/4" x 3 1/2"
Double Stick Tape


Part 4


Jo said...

Thanks. This has inspired me to go and play with my Stampsmith stamps again. But I missed what you did with the Latte pad. Is that just an alternative colour to the Slate that you'd used with the other stamp?

joanne wardle said...

great tutorial

Kim said...

OMGOSH!! Maria....this is so awesome!! I can't believe you are doing video tutorials for us!!! I am just blown away...I am just going to watch them in order now, and see if I can make some gorgeous cards like yours!! Thank you so much for doing this!

Maria Loomis said...

Hi Jo!, Yes, the Latte pad is the one I used for the "Brown" card. I was just showing you how to incorporate a different color using the Slate Adirondack Dye ink pad. Hope this helps. Sorry for the confusion ;-) My hope is that you will post your own creations using this technique on your cards. I love to see what everyone comes up with!!!

Custom Cards said...

Thanks for the given the detail for making this card. All the detail for this card is really a nice and make me more comfortable to work on it.

Zafran ali said...

Wow!really nice tutorial you have done so nice job.Thank,s for so nice video sharing.I really like it.
Plastic Card.