You can find the tutorial for this technique HERE .
I was pretty happy with the results on both my cards except I think I would cut out the crumpling of my paper, since I used heavier papers all it did was put big creases in it and not sure if I care about that or not.
First I did a Birthday card, using a new dragonfly stamp as my main focus with flowers and leaves stamped for my background. The dragonfly was very easy to line up to stamp the different layers.
Heidi Grace - Winnefred St. Stamp set (flower)
Papertrey Ink - Mighty Oak stamp set (leaves)
Distress inks - Bundled Sage and Peeled Paint
Distress Oxide - Crushed Olive
Tim Holtz - Mixed Media card stock (for background) and Wildflowers Stems #2 die
Hero Arts - Color Layering dragonfly (3 layers of ink) and All occasion messages for little leaf
Gemini - Happy Birthday die
Wink of stella - clear sparkle pen
I put a little sparkle on his wings but I don't know if you can see it even on the side view.
Next I wanted to try a Christmas card since I am on a roll with getting a lot of them done this month.
Inkadinkado - 95901.L (snowflake stamp)
Hampton Arts - Snowflake cluster stamp
Hero Arts - Birthday messages stamp for the little dark snowflakes
Distress inks - Speckled Egg, tumbled glass and faded jeans
Memory Box - Winsome snowflake die
Cuttlebug - Snowflakes dies
Simon Says stamp - Tiny words Christmas stamp
It's a fun technique if you just want to get inky and use your stamps!
Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today,