I love the vintage look and after seeing the lovely fellow demonstrator Rose Marie Coleman’s card using the Rose Gold Shimmer paint on the Glossy White cs (check out her card and YouTube video at the end of this post) – I was inspired to make this card.
Start with a Crumb Cake cs card base. Cut a Blushing Bride cs panel, use a sponge dauber to add Crumb Cake ink, dry emboss it with the Subtle embossing folder, and then glue it to the card base.
Cut a Rose Gold Foil sprig edge with the Everything is Rosy dies. Cut a Glossy White cs panel. With a sponge dauber add Rose Gold shimmer paint to the leaf stamp from the Everything is Rosy stamp set and stamp on the Glossy White cs panel. Let the stamped panel dry completely. I rinsed the shimmer paint off the stamp and sponge dauber with warm water in my sink and dried them with a paper towel.
Then use a sponge dauber (I used one dauber for all my Crumb Cake ink and one dauber for the Rose Gold shimmer paint) to add Crumb Cake ink to the panel – use a tissue to wipe off the excess ink. Then use SNAIL adhesive to the back edge of the stamped Glossy White cs panel and adhere the Rose Gold Foil sprig edge – use paper snips to cut off any foil sprig overhang. Glue the Glossy White/ Rose Gold Foil sprig panel to the left side of the card front using glue.
Use a sponge dauber to add Rose Gold shimmer paint to the flower stamp from the Everything is Rosy stamp set and stamp flowers (at least 5) on Whisper White cs. After the paint is completely dry, die cut the flowers out with the Everything is Rosy dies. Stamp the flower centers from the Everything is Rosy stamp set in 2nd generation Crumb Cake ink. Then stamp the dot image stamp from the Everything is Rosy stamp set into the flower centers with 2nd generation Early Espresso ink. Use a sponge dauber to add Crumb Cake ink to the flowers – especially the edges. Add Rose Gold shimmer paint dots to the centers of the flowers and let completely dry.
Stamp the leaf image (at least 6) from the Everything is Rosy stamp set in Old Olive ink on Whisper White cs and die cut them out with the Everything is Rosy dies. Use a sponge dauber to add Crumb Cake in to the leaves- especially the edges. Then add Rose Gold shimmer paint to the inside of the leaves. I used my Simply Scoring stylus to add the paint to the leaves (and the paint dots to the flower centers).
Stamp the sentiment from the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set in Early Espresso ink on a Rose Gold framed tag from the Everything is Rosy Product Medley. Use the sponge dauber to add Crumb Cake ink to the sentiment tag.
Build the front floral sentiment tag panel (by adding the flowers & leaves with glue dots to the sentiment tag) and adhere it to the center of card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Add the mirrored embellishments.
Don’t forget to add a Whisper White cs inside panel to write your message. I used the sponge dauber to add Crumb Cake ink to the inside panel – especially the edges.
I also stamped the sentiment and glued a flower & leaf to the inside panel and back of the card to pull the theme through.
I hope you enjoyed today’s vintage Everything is Rosy card. The new Good Morning Magnolia stamp set will be available starting June 4th when the new 2019-2020 Annual Catalog goes live. You can still order the retiring Glossy White cs (until June 3rd) and Everything is Rosy Product Medley (until May 31st) in my Online Store now! Time is running out to get retiring products & the Everything is Rosy Product Medley – don’t wait – they are only while supplies last so order today!
Crumb Cake cs card base – 11″ x 4 1/4″ scored at 5 1/2″
Embossed Blushing Bride cs panel – 5 1/4″ x 4″
Stamped Glossy cs panel – 5″ x 2″
Whisper White cs scrap for flowers and leaves
Rose Gold Foil scrap for flourish edge
Whisper White cs inside panel – 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″
*cs = cardstock
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