20 February 2017

Adding Layers In a Clean & Simple Way

Hello there, as mentioned in my post yesterday, throughout the next few days, I will be sharing my PaperArtsy cards using the fabulous new release from Kim Dellow. Today I am sharing the card I made using the new EKD04 Stamp set.

First, I took a 4x4" white card base and stamped the rectangle image from the set on to it using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I then stamped the heart image in the centre. I took a separate piece of white cardstock and stamped the same heart image on to it twice. The images were coloured using Copic Markers.
The blue heart was cut out in it's entirety and then for the red one, I just cut out the middle portion. These were added to the card base and popped up on foam tape. I added a coating of Glossy Accents to the red part.
Here are the links to what I have used on the card. Please click on the picture or wording to be taken to where I purchased it. Affiliate links are used on some products. This means that if you make a purchase after clicking on my link, I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support when using these links.

 COPIC MARKERS: R22, R21, R00. B08, B06, B05.
Although the card in itself is very simple, I love the added depth you get with the layers. I thought it would make a nice little notecard to send to a loved one to let them know you love them and are thinking of them. You can see more about the stamp set and the release over on the Paperartsy Blog. Thanks so much for visiting me today. I hope you have a great day!


  1. It's a beautiful stamp. I love the extending lines from the heart - it really does look like it's reaching out and spreading love! xx


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