Thursday, March 19, 2015

Bloom Girl Emily card on video with Stephanie

Hey everyone!

Stephanie here with you today to show you how to make a very steampunk card! On the first moment I saw the Emily stamp, kindly named after Jamie's dog, I knew I was going to turn her into a full-on steampunk creation at one point. Well, today's the day!

Don't be scared by the metal embellishments, dark brown papers or the size of the stamp itself, it will all work out in the end I promise!

First step is to stamp your image on your favourite colouring medium cardstock, and then die-cut her face or the portion you want to colour. Next thing you know, cut all your papers, alter the edges and pop everything on 3D foam dots. Add some trim, metal embellishments, flowers, and you're done!
Easy peasy, right?

Here's a video to show you exactly how everything was done :)

Please do not hesitate in asking questions about this video or doing your own card out of it and share it on our Facebook group : Bloom Girls Creative Group!

Material used:

Bloom Girl Lacie stamp
Copic markers
Prima - Engraver Collection - 6 x 6 Paper Pad
Prima - Capri Collection - Flower Embellishments - Merlot
Prima - Finnabair Mechanicals - Vintage Trinkets - Leaves 2
Prima - Finnabair Mechanicals - Vintage Trinkets - Typewriter Numbers 
Prima - Ingvild Bolme - Distressing Tool
 Prima - Ingvild Bolme - Self Healing Cutting Mat - 26 x 19
Prima - Lifetime Collection - Metal Paper Clips
Prima - Rodanthe Collection - Flower Embellishments - Seashell
Prima - Sunrise Sunset Collection - Mechanicals - Vintage Trinkets - Metal 
Prima - Trim - Weave - 10 Yards - Oatmeal

1 comment:

  1. Amazing love your unique style and Emily shines through beautifully!