A free stamping resource!

Monochromatic Magic: Nancy’s View

Tree in Fall

By Nancy Thaut, Artistic Guide

Finished Card Size: 5.5” x 4.25”

Supplies:
Stamps:
Tree [Rubbernecker]

Papers:
Various scrap and mulberry paper from stash [Unknown]

Earthy Paper Designs [Crafty Secrets]
Inks:
Versafine Vintage Sepia [Tsukineko]

ColorBox Dune [Clearsnap]
Perfect Medium Pen [Ranger]
Other:
Copic Pen E35 [.Too]

Leaf punch [EK Success]
Corner punch [EK Success]
Clear Embossing Powder [Craft Essentials]
Stickles Cinnamon Glitter Glue [Ranger]
Copper Embossing Powder [Ranger]
Paper Trimmer
Adhesive of choice 

Directions:

  1. I bought this tree stamp last spring and have been waiting for the right time of year to use it.  Always love to try new stamps.
  2. I stamped the tree with Sepia Ink on scrap paper,  embossed with clear embossing powder and heat set.  The main tree trunk still had a couple of opened spaces so I used the Copic pen to fill in the color. 
  3. I then put glitter on each of the leaves and the branches and also the falling leaves and let dry.  Once dry, I used the medium pen on the ground under the tree, added the copper embossing power and heat set. 
  4. I trimmed the paper to desired size, punched the corners and using the dunes ink, rubbed around the edges.  This ended up covering some of the glitter, so re-glittered the pieces with paint.  Took a dark brown piece of scrap and adhered to the tree paper.  Using a light brown, I attached the print paper, which was 4” x 5.25”.  I then adhered the tree to the card with pop dots.  I punched out the dark mulberry brown leaves and attached to the left side of the card.
  5. I’ve added a couple of additional Monochromatic cards.  Hope you enjoy them all. 


Tagged as: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

5 Responses »

  1. nice and lovely

  2. The cards are very nice. I just love the tree image. It is so graceful!
    Hugs,,
    Marie

  3. All of the cards are very nice. The tree stamp is really nice.
    Pat

  4. Gorgeous card. I love the tree stamp and the colors are just perfect for it. TFS