Yesterday I promised a tutorial for the Panorama Easter Card. I spent yesterday afternoon photographing the different steps and last night, I edited photos while sitting at a cello lesson and then came home to work on the written part of the tutorial. First thing this morning, I got ready to finish the tutorial. And then…
I received a call from my friend and cooking partner. She asked if I could bring a wedding card with me when I came to cook today. Of course! So, I pulled a couple from my stash. Don’t you have a stash of cards waiting for the right occasion to be used? But, I also wanted to make something new, fresh. That’s where the sidetracking started.
Making it was easy enough. But, I had trouble from the photography end. The light wasn’t right. My camera wouldn’t load, blah, blah, blah.
When I returned from cooking today, I went to upload the picture of the new card and for the third day in a row my internet was wonky (I think that’s the technical term).
Long story short, I’m online and here’s my card.
Soft Sky cardstock was used for the base. Over that was layered a piece of Silver Fancy Foil Vellum. Images from the Mosaic Madness stamp set were stamped in Soft Sky and Versamark ink. Those stamped in Versamark were then heat embossed with Silver embossing powder. The Mosaic punch was used to punch all of the stamped images which were then adhered with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Finally, I used the smallest size Basic Pearls and placed them as if strewn across the front of the card.
It has such a soft, delicate feel. And the shimmer from those Silver Foil polka dots is wonderful. But, that doesn’t really come through in the picture.
Now about that tutorial that I mentioned yesterday and at the top of this post. It’s ready! To get yours, simply place a $15 product order in my store. Don’t know what to order? Take a look at the original post about the Panorama Easter card and pick up those supplies so that you’ll be ready to use the tutorial. And hey, many of those same products were used in today’s card.
Include your email address in your contact information when you order and I’ll email the tutorial right out to you.
Thanks for your interest. And sorry about getting sidetracked.
Create something today,