Sunday, August 3, 2014

TRC Triple Layer Birthday Card

Hello Rubber Cafe' Fans!  Kristine here with the first post using the August Creative Cafe' Kit of the Month, Gold-n-Glitz.  For today's Triple Layer Card I used the "Flower Bouquet" stamp set that comes with this months kit as well as the add on kit, "Laurels".

To cut out the black frames for today's card I die cut all three at one time with my Spellbinder dies as shown in the picture. You could cut them with a paper trimmer if you don't have these dies.

I die cut three white panels one size smaller than each of the black frames and layered them on top of each other.

Then I randomly stamp a flower image with Memento Tuxedo Black die ink.

I cut a flower out of a post it note and used it to mask the flowers when I stamped the leaves.

This is how it looked when I finished stamping.

And this is how it looked when I finished coloring it.  I used Copic Markers (YS91-YG95-YG99-R20-R21-R22-R24)

After coloring, I separated the three panels and backed each of them with a black frame.

I adhered a pink panel to a black card and then added the framed floral panels popping up each layer with 3D adhesive.  I tied ribbon around the card.  I dotted Scrap Happy glue randomly on the card and sprinkled gold glitter on the card as shown.

When the glue dried I shook off the excess glitter and added the sentiment panel.

Here is a view that shows the popped up layers a little better.

I'm not sure if the pictures do this card's really cool in real life!  I hope you enjoyed  today's tutorial.  Make sure you stop by often.  The rest of the design team is dreaming up lots more amazing inspiration for you!

Stamps:  The Rubber Cafe' - August Creative Cafe' kit-Flower Bouquet and the Add-On Set - "Laurels"
Paper:  The Rubber Cafe' - August Creative Cafe' kit  
Ink:  Memento  Tuxedo Black, copic markers
Adhesives: Scrap Happy Glue
Embellishments: August Creative Cafe' kit ribbon and glitter
Other: Spellbinder's Dies


Stampin Dawg said...

What a gorgeous card! Can't wait to receive my kit this month! Can you tell me what Spellbinder's dies you used & the overall size of the card? Thinking of investing in some Spellbinder's matting dies & like what you used here.

Kristine Reynolds said...

It's an A2 card (4 1/4" x 5 1/2"). The dies are

Debbie Seyer said...

Really great card!! Love the technique you used!!

Laura Cox {aka scrapaddict} said...

Just absolutely love this card!!! Gorgeous!

Helen L said...

What a fantastic card, and thanks for the tutorial for it!!