InstructionsCARD (5.5" tall x 4.25" wide)
I created the base card from white cardstock and scored it at the top so that my tattoo art card opens from the bottom. I layered the top panel with white cardstock displaying rounded corners and blended distress ink edges.
For the image panel I die cut a shaped panel from white cardstock, embossed the edges, blended the edges with distress ink, ...
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Category: Paper Crafts
Type of item: Functional
Style: Formal / Bridal, Classic, Retro / Vintage
Cardstock, cover stock, adhesive, colored pencils, printer ink, gamsol, distress ink, rhinestones
What was your inspiration?
Classic tattoo art.
What are you most proud of?
The clean and simple lines of the card and the coloring of my image.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
When using a blending tool to apply the distress ink, start blending off the cardstock on a non-stick mat and then move the tool over the cardstock edges with it tilted at a slight upward angle. This method gives a much smoother application of the ink.