Monday, March 23, 2015

Project of the week for Repeat Impression Stamps- Stained Glass

Hi, Deonna here!
For my Project of the week, I've chosen to show you how to make a Stained Glass Window Card using this Awesome Repeat Impressions Rubber stamp called Stained Glass Window.

 

Supplies

Repeat Impressions Rubber Stamps 9401-N Stained Glass Window

Glaze Pens-Sakura of America
Acetate- (2) 4 1/4" x 5 I/2" sized
Staz-0n ink in Black

Acrylic Block

Scissors
Paper trimmer
Adhesive
Corner punch-Martha Stewart
Cardstock for frame cut to 4 1/8" x 5 7/8" size
Pencil
Foam mounting tape
White A5 Card base

 
 
 
1. Using Window Rubber stamp (mounted on your acrylic block) Stamp the image onto a piece of Acetate using Staz-on black ink twice. Remember to stamp straight down with even pressure because acetate is slick. Use your scissors and Cut out one of your windows. Then, set aside to use as a mask later.


 
2. Taking your second window stamped image, Turn this piece of acetate over to the backside once the Staz-on ink is dry. Using your Glaze Pens, Color in all the shapes on the backside of your acetate and then allow to dry completely.

 
 

 
 
3. While waiting for this to dry, take your piece of 4 1/8 x 5 7/8 sized cardstock and lay in front of you. Using the window mask that you previously cut out in step one, center it onto the cardstock and trace with your Pencil.

 
 
 
4. Cut from the inside of the frame out. Corner punch all four Corners of the cardstock. Apply scor-tape around the outside of the just cut out window shape.


 
5. Once your ink is dry on the backside of your window flip over the acetate and line up with the Cardstock window that you just cut out. Remove the paper from the score-tape and line up the colored acetate window onto your piece of cardstock. Trim your acetate so that it is not seen behind your cardstock.


 
6. Apply Foam Mounting tape Randomly to the backside of the cardstock around the outside of your colored window and mount to your White card base.



7. Mount your window onto your white Cardstock Card after removing the adhesive from the foam Tape.  I chose to Use a Corner punch on all four of the corners before mounting and then after mounting I rounded the Card base Corners.
 
 
8. Decorate as Desired. My Finished Card.


I would love to enter this card in the following challenges

Alphabet C is for Cute and Cuddly
Brown Sugar #138 Anything goes (2/2)
Sister Act Card #98 Anything goes UL
 Inspiration Destination #25 Anything goes UL
Scrappers Delights #43 Always Anything goes
Crafty Catz #271 No Designer Papers (2/3)
Papertake Weekly Happy Anything (5/5)
Not just Cards #15 Anything goes
 Lil Patch of Crafty Friends #6 Anything goes 10C 1/3
The Corrosive #220 Animal Friends (1/3)

Have a wonderful week!


5 comments:

Michelle said...

Lovely and so colourfull.
Thanks for joining us at Inspiration Destination.
Hope we see you again a next challenge.
xxx Michelle (DT)

Mad Moose said...

Great card. Love how you've created the frame for the stamp. Thanks for joining us this week at Crafty Catz. Naomi x

Denise Goeldner said...

Amazing creation, love the design and all the colours chosen. Great tutorial too, thanks for sharing. Thanks for joining us over at Lil Patch of Crafting Friends, wish you luck and hope to see you for C#7.
~ Denise ~
Owner {Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Challenge}
{Denise's Patch of Creativity}

sandra Iverson said...

What a wonderful project!
Thanks for joining us over at Lil Patch of Crafting Friends!
Hugs
Sandra (DT)

Jennifer LaVite said...

Love the colorful stained glass. Cute puppy too! Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenges.