Galvanized Look using Stampin Blends
It is so easy to get the galvanized look using Stampin Blends for your card making. Like crazy simple!!!
I will be the first to admit that I jumped on board the Magnolia train with Joanna Gaines years ago. I love the industrial look with the clean lines and lots of white space, and not just in my home!
After recently purchasing this stamp set that has been on my wish list for almost a year now, I couldn’t wait to use it! I love everything about this stamp set, let me share it with you.
See all the awesome images and the fabulous sentiments? How could you not love this set, right?
So now that we have gushed over it, let’s make a card!
Here is the project we are going to be making today.
I love the soft lines of the flowers along with the great textures from the Tin Tile embossing folder.
Before we dive into instructions, we needs to cover the supplies.
Here is the list of supplies I used to create this fun card. To order any of these supplies simply click on an image below.
I also used one of my favorite paper crafting tools, the ScanNCut. This is an e-cutter that scans in your stamped images and then cuts them out. Since this stamp set doesn’t have coordinating dies, the ScanNCut was perfect to use! Here is my Amazon link for it.
Step By Step Instruction
- Dry emboss a piece of white card stock (4” x 5-1/4”) using your Tin Tile embossing folder. Attach to your white card base (4-1/4” x 11”).
- Stamp your milk can and your flowers onto white card stock using your Tuxedo black ink pad. Cut these out either by hand or using your ScanNCut.
- Stamp your sentiment in Smoky Slate onto white card stock.
- Layer your stamped sentiment onto a Balmy Blue rectangle and secure these layers to your card.
- Color in your flowers using your Stampin Blends.
- To get the galvanized look using Stampin Blends, work one section of your milk can at a time. Color in your section of milk can with your Smoky
- Slate light marker. Add touches of your Smoky Slate dark marker away from where you want your light source to be. Then blend out with your Smoky Slate light marker.
- Attach milk can and your flowers to your card.
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Thank you so much for joining me today in this post where we are achieving the galvanized look using Stampin Blends on our card making. I love creating projects for my blog, but what I love even more is making videos walking you through the creative process of every step of the project in Stamping Family. If you haven’t checked us out before, take a few minutes and see it for yourself. And as always, keep checking back here for more card making inspiration. XOXO, Meg