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Vintage Sepia Card

Build scenes for card designs using masking and layering and create a chic vintage look.

  • Papercraft
  • < 1 hour
  • Intermediate

Tools and materials required

  • 6x6” Cream Card Blank
  • Kraft Card
  • Watercolour Card
  • Rare Earth Cities Stamp Collection
  • Masking Sheet
  • Stamping Platform
  • Heat Tool
  • Versafine Vintage Sepia Ink
  • Distress Oxides in Tea Dye, Rusty Hinge and Vintage Photo
  • Water Spritzer
  • Selection of Brushes
  • Ultra Clear Tape
  • Foam Pads
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Scissors

Instructions

Begin by selecting the stamps you wish to use, trial layouts by laying them on top of one another.

1

Stamp your foreground choices on to masking sheet and carefully fussy cut the images using scissors.

2

Stamp your foreground stamps on to your watercolour card. Use a stamping platform to keep everything aligned.

3

Cover your stamped images with the masking sheet, taking time to make sure the images are covered. Take your background stamp and stamp this on to your card panel.

4

Take your background stamp and stamp this on to your card panel.

5

Remove the masking sheet and check your layout.

6

Begin water colouring your image. Squish a little ink on to a glass mat and spritz with water. Start with light washes over the whole image before starting to pick out darker areas.

7

Add more detail by including more darker areas, dry off your card panel between layers. Remember colours in the foreground tend to be more intense.

8

Once dry, mat and layer your card panel and mount it to your card blank using foam.

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