Wednesday 5 June 2019

Masculine Card using Sailing Home - Video Tutorial

Hello There! :o)

I have a bonus Video tutorial for you today. This one is in collaboration with a lovely US Demo - Susan Hagadon. We're planning to do this monthly. You will find a link to Susan's Video in the description box under my own.

We will choose a different stamp set every month. Each of us will then create a Video Tutorial using that set. Because of the time difference between us, my Blog Post will go up later in the day to my usual time for this.

This month we chose the Sailing Home stamp set - a great set for those tricky masculine cards :o)

I used several of the products from the Come Sail Away suite and these were fun cards to make.

I took the colour combination from that used in the paper pack. 

This is the card I created in the Video. I used a different paper from the pack and changed the colour ink used for the sentiment. I also cut this out using one of the Layering Circle framelits instead of the Stitched Shapes framelit I used for my original card.

Here is the Video ...


Soft Suede card base                                     ½ an A4 standard sheet of card          
                                                                                                          (US 8½"  x  11")

Whisper White                                              14.4cm  x  10cm      (US 5¼"  x  4") 

Night of Navy                                                14.85cm  x  10cm     (US 5½"  x  4") 

Classic Garage DSP                                       14.85cm  x  9.6cm    (US 5½" x  3¾" )

Baker's Twine (x3)                                         15.5cm                       (6")

You will also need more Whisper White, Soft Suede and Night of Navy card for the stamping and die cutting.

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1 comment:

Jenn Charles said...

This is beautiful! I really like the way you tied your knot for the anchor embellishment. Thanks for sharing!