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Earthtoned Asian Sympathy Card for the Adventurer


Earth-Toned Asian Sympathy Card
By: Janice Ellis, Artistic Guide

Finished Size 5.5" x 4.25"

4 Single Asian Characters (Inkadinkado)
Double Gingko image (InkadinkadoSingle Gingko Leaf (Rubber Stampede)
Words (Onyxpressions)
Crackle cube (Creative Block)
White Glossy, tan and green cardstock (Marco's Paper)
A2 note card (unknown) 4.25" x 5.5"
Creamy Brown Chalk ink (Clearsnap)
Versamark ink (Tsukineko)
Lettuce Green Adirondack ink (Ranger)
White embossing powder (Stampendous)
Heat gun
Green and gold metallic rub-ons (unknown)
Gingko eyelet (Eyelet Outlet)
Alcohol Blending Solution (Ranger)
Glue or doublesided tape
regular scissors


  1. Prepare a quarter (4.25" x 5.5") piece of white glossy cardstock, using the polished stone technique, set it aside.
  2. On your tan card stock, stamp gingko leaf and crackle image randomly, using the brown chalk ink.
  3. Apply green and gold metallic rub-ons randomly with your finger, to add a bit of highlight to it.
  4. Using the Versamark pad, ink up the 4 single characters, the double gingko image and the words.
  5. Stamp onto the polished stone cardstock, and emboss in white. Cut them out as shown, and mount each of them on a slightly larger piece of green cardstock. Hammer gingko eyelet in place on the word layer.
  6. Attach single characters down the right side of the prepared tan cardstock, then affix the double gingko and words images as shown.

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  1. I like it double wow-wow for you! thanks for sharing.