Sunday, April 28, 2013

Earth Day

Hello everyone!
Recently there was an Earth Day and I created a card using gorgeous stamp with the same name and a short tutorial on how to use it. I love to create eco friendly cards or just reuse something that we usually throw away. I will show you in this post what can be reused in your crafting projects.


This time I started with a piece of kraft paper and promotional booklet with mat paper in French. So, I tore papers to pieces and glued them to kraft cardstock in different directions.


Papers have to be overlapped.


Then I covered it with gesso. I used an old card for it. The layer of gesso shouldn't be too thick. When it dried I cut the excess edge and covered with glimmer mists.


I dried it with  a heat gun and used press to make it flat. Than I stamped the image with the Earth Day stamp and archival ink.


Then I rounded corners, add some flowers and adhered the element on a card with a foam scotch.


It is so easy and fun to create! But mine main idea is to reuse useless stuff and make it pretty.
Hope you like this idea!

 
Supplies: 
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe' Earth Day 
Ink: Ranger Ink, Tattered Angels glimmer mists 
Paper: Lemon Owl
Adhesive: The Rubber Cafe'- Scrap Happy Glue 
Embellishments: Petaloo flowers, Basic Grey brads, washi tape
Tools: EK Success punch, We Are Memory Keepers corner rounder



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