Double Angle Pocket Cards
Decorate panels and cutaparts with Oxide inks.
Add interest by stamping images directly onto the card base.
Pair the scroll work stencil with brown ink to create the design in the corner the card base, white panel and center of the "Thanks so much!" cutapart.
Trim angled panel from burgundy plain. Add navy and champagne ribbon from the page kit ribbons.
Long Burgundy Cards
Create an interesting background on the card panel using Distress Oxide inks and stenciling.
Blend Walnut Stain Distress Oxide ink onto white panel. Apply the scroll work stencil to the inked area, spritz with water. The effect is stunning!
Heat embossing the medallion image with iridescent blue EP makes it really stand out.
Repeatedly stamp math image onto center of tan panel using brown ink. Add a stamped sentiment onto white plain trimmed to look like a banner.
White Box Cards
Add stamping to each panel to make the card extra special.
Use dies to create "windows" in your cards. Backing each window with translucent paper makes a cool luminary card.
A battery-operated tea light helps this card really shine!
A spritz of blue metallic ink mist dresses up the card base Adhere leftover die cut pieces from the luminary stamped with the medallion image . . . no waste!
I hope you enjoyed this visual tour of Pam's cards. You can read more details on how the cards were constructed on Pam's blog.
Happy card making!