Hi Stampers, have you seen the napkin technique before? I used to make these a lot in the past – check out this post from 2014. When Heat & Stick Powder came back (it’s in the new Jan-Jun Mini catalog) this technique quickly popped into my head.
This card started with a Gorgeous Grape card base, followed by a 4″ x 5-1/4″ layer of Melon Mambo. Next, I covered a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of Basic White CS with adhesive sheet. After peeling back the adhesive cover, I adhered the top layer of this Princess napkin / tissue and trimmed off the excess napikin / tissue.
Using the Versamark pad, I inked the entire napkin / tissue by pressing the pad directly onto this layer. Next, I added heat & stick powder all over this layer and heated with the heat tool. After all the heat & stick powder was sticky, I poured glitter all over the layer and tapped off excess. I used stampin’ seal to adhere this layer to the card front, over the Melon Mambo layer.
Stampin’ Tip: Heat & Stick powder is applied just like embossing powder, but when you heat it it become sticky instead of embossing,
The sentiment, from A Grand Kid stamp set, was stamped onto a 1/2″ x (approx) 4″ strip of Basic White CS in Melon Mambo ink. The end of this strip and a 3/4″ x (approx) 4″ strip of Gorgeous Grape CS were both punched using the Lovely Labels Pick A Punch.
The 1/2″ Basic White strip (with the sentiment) was adhered to the 3/4″ Gorgeous Grape strip using stampin’ seal. The two strips were then adhered to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Inside the card is a 4″ x 5-1/4″ layer of Basic White CS. The sentiments (also from the A Grand Kid stamp set) were stamped in Melon Mambo and Gorgeous Grape ink.
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