Tuesday, June 6, 2017

I Brake for Gypsy Queens!

Here's a card with The Queen, one of the fabulous Rick St. Dennis rubber stamps that are exclusively available at I Brake for Stamps.

The Queen was stamped with Tuxedo Black Memento ink (Imagine Crafts) and colored with Copic markers. The image panel was die-cut, kept in the die, and the floor was added. Milled Lavender Distress ink (Ranger) was sponged over the die and onto the image panel. The image panel was removed from the die, then gold glitter pen was added to star on the the Queen's wand, radiating from her fingers, and from the moon on her headdress. Clear glitter pen was used to add sparkle to the gemstones on her dress. Black glitter pen was used to add a touch of sparkle to the buttons on her sleeves. When the glitter ink was dry, several layers of Clear Gelly Glaze pen was used to add dimension and shine to the moon on the Queen's headress, her dagger, and the star on her wand.

Patterned papers, from old 6x6 pads, were selected to match the Queen's outfit then die-cutThe patterned papers were layered, then adhered to green cardstock which had been die-cut with a slightly larger die. A sparkly holographic foil sticker was adhered over the seam, then the The Queen image panel was adhered.

White cardstock was scored, folded, and die-cut with the largest die from the same set to form a card. The matted tag-shaped card front was adhered and a sentiment sticker was added to finish the card.

I Brake for Stamps has a large selection of exclusive Rick St. Dennis rubber stamps plus a huge and varied collection of rubber stamps that you ought to check out right now. Click on my badge below to be whisked over to I Brake for Stamps to check out all of the goodies! 

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