Hello friends! As you are reading this, we are out at the lake. One of Doug's friends was celebrating a significant birthday so there was a big get together out there.
I am so excited to share this card. This is Susanne's final Make and Take creation from the Crafting at the Lake Event. This is a super cute technique that I had seen all over social media and wanted to give it a try but hadn't had a chance before this. It's a torn paper technique which may have an actual real name but I don't know what it is.
I started by stamping the sentiment on a piece of Basic White cardstock using Rich Razzleberry ink. I tore the cardstock just above the stamped sentiment about two thirds of the way across the card. I then tore parallel to that tear about 1.5 inches above it. I rolled the torn piece and glued it using Tombo Multipurpose adhesive. I used a library clip to hold the roll in place while it dried.
I stamped the typed words image on a Very Vanilla Thick card base. I used Soft Suede ink full strength and stamped off a couple of times. I stamped the image on the left side and in the center only. I used a Blending Brush to add some Crushed Curry and Mint Macaron ink to the stamped words to give it an old look. Then I stamped the blotches image using Rich Razzleberry ink.
I used another piece of Basic White cardstock and the flower die from the bundle to cut out the flower image. I used sponge daubers to add ink to the flower. I added Mint Macaron to the stem and Rich Razzleberry and Blackberry Bliss to the flower portion. I also added Wink of Stella to the flower to give it some extra sparkle.
I used adhesive to attach the torn Basic White piece of cardstock directly over top of the Very Vanilla card base. I tucked the stem of the flower under the Basic White cardstock and attached it with adhesive and attached the flower with adhesive on the top part of the Basic White cardstock. That completes the card. I love it and can't wait to do more with this technique.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I did.
Stay well and keep creating!