Custom Stamped Card Pattern | Gina K Wreath Builder and C C Designs June & July Stamps


Hi everyone! Today I am back with a card and a video for you - this time I used the C.C. Designs June & July stamp set and the Gina K Wreath Builder to create a card with a custom stamped background!


The card was a lot of fun and really easy to make - I can't wait to play more!
I started by stamping all the images on a 4x4" panel of Neenah Solar White cardstock with Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Black Ink. I first stamped the duck in the center and then built the wreath around it. For that I used the fireworks in the June and July stamp set and the stars in the Fa La La La stamp set, both by C.C. Designs. To stamp the stars I used Clementine Hybrid Ink by Simon Says Stamp.


Once I was done stamping I colored everything with my Spectrum Noir markers. For the coloring process and the list of markers I used, you can watch the tutorial at the end of this post.
I then layered my focal panel with some red and blue cardstock, respectively cut to 4 1/4" and 4 1/2". I glued the colored panels with liquid glue and raised the stamped one with one layer of foam tape.


I heat embossed one of the sentiments from the June & July stamp set with white emobossing powder over black cardstock. I cut a banner around it and popped it over my card front with some foam tape.


I added finishing touches with a Sakura white Gelly Roll pen, a Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay pen, Crystal Stickles and Glossy Accents.
If you want to see the full card making process, you can watch the tutorial I created for you! And if you like it, don't forget to let me know with a comment and a thumbs up, and maybe even by subscribing ;)






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