Saturday, May 23, 2020

Gilding Flakes On Chipboard Technique To Create A Father's Day Card


Hey, y'all! Today I am sharing a masculine grunge gear Father's Day card using gilding flakes on chipboard.


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Creative Embellishments has lots of different sizes of Gear chipboard. I used 3 different sizes in large, medium, and small.


Watch my video below to see how I grunged up the gears and made them look like metal.





How I used the gears to create a Father's Day card. It could also easily be made into a masculine birthday card.


To create the card, I distressed the edges of some patterned paper scraps I had and then inked the edges with some VersaMagic in Jumbo Java. I then sprayed some Fireworks Spray in Tuxedo Black onto my mat and pressed one of the patterned papers into it.  Then flicked some of the Fireworks Spray over that. Once it was dry I then wrapped some black jute around it and adhered it to the front of the other paper and then to the front of my card base.
I used the Crackerbox & Suzy Stamp Great Dad stamp and stamped it with VersaMark and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder. Then adhered the gears and I was done.


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