Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Video: How to Stamp Emerging Corners with Wild at Heart



Hello! Today I show you how to make “emerging corners” with my Wild at Heart set from Gina K. Designs.  The partial inking or embossing of one or more corners (or top and bottom as shown in one sample) of this bold reverse image flower frame will add a lot of style and interest to your cards, and create so many new layouts, with ample space to showcase your favorite images and greetings in the open area.  So many options, you choose how thick or thin your corners will be!  I use the perching butterflies from my Stately Flowers 10 set (which were still out on my desk from last week!), perfect for resting on the edge of these stamped reveals, and finish with simple coloring with the coordinating inks pads and a water brush. Please enjoy this clean and simple design! I hope you will subscribe to my channel.


Supplies:
Gina K. Designs Wild at Heart, Stately Flowers 10 stamp sets
Gina K. Pure Luxury White and Powder Blue cardstock
Gina K. Powder Blue, Wild Wisteria, and Memento Tuxedo Black ink pads
Gina K. 4”x 6” and small acrylic blocks, adhesive, water brush or watercolor brush, sponge dauber





8 comments:

Juls said...

Gorgeous cards xx

Tammie Lien said...

Love this look on the cards going to have to get this set soon.Thank you so much for sharing.God Bless you...

Danita O Leary said...

Very pretty cards! I like the landscape one better. Also, the card that is done in the green is very pretty!

Rosy Newlun said...

Dear Melanie, how GORGEOUS!!! I love the way you can see things the rest of us cannot. I thought you tore paper and stamped VersaMark, heat embossed it, then sponged colors over it. WOW. You always blow me away! Thank you for the awesome tutorial ♥

Cheryl Hewak said...

Really beautiful cards Melanie. I really like the blue.

angela said...

Melanie, I loved watching this tutorial. Your work is beautiful, I love all the extra detail and special touches you add to your work.
Angela

Retta Lutte said...

I tried this technique yesterday. My cards came out beautifully. Thanks so much for the video!

Susan Parker said...

I have a water brush and am trying to master a few watercoloring cards.