It's Story Card Sunday yet again, and this week's pocket page-friendly Story Card is a sweet one!
You can make a Story Card like this one for your pocket pages, traditional scrapbook pages and greeting cards with ink, cardstock and Technique Tuesday's clear stamps and steel dies! Let me show you how.
Start by cutting a base card with the Story Card dies from plain cardstock. You'll also want to cut a heart with the Together Hearts dies from a sticky note. You'll see why in a minute.
Adhere the sticky note heart to the base card. It's going to serve as a mask!
Using sponges and a couple different colors of ink, dab ink onto the card and over the mask. The harder you press down, the more vibrant your ink colors will be.
Remove the sticky note and you'll end up with something like this. (Don't have the Together Hearts dies? The Lacy Heart die is another fun die to use for this technique.)
Stamp a sentiment onto the Story Card. I used a phrase from the Home Is stamp set.
Finish the Story Card by adding some gems or enamel dots to the heart. The circles on this heart make it perfect for bling!
Tune in next week for another installment of Story Card Sunday! Hope to see you then!