Three Big Candles

This is the second card made using the Sarah Bailey Candles Silhouette Design.  This time only the three large candles were used.  The top layer of the candles were cut from scrap of cardstock and the bottom layer, wick, and flame were cut from Paper Accents Gold Mirror Cardstock.  They were adhered together using Ranger Multi Medium Matte.  In inside flame was colored with Copic Marker YR24.

To assemble the card a rectangle was cut using the My Favorite Things Wonky Rectangles and a 1/8” larger rectangle was cut from scrap red cardstock and adhered to the back with Kokuyo Dotliner Adhesive.  Darice Sticky Back Foam was cut using the MFT Wonky Rectangle Die and adhered to the back of the panel with Tombo Multi Medium Matte.

3M ½” Foam Tape was added to the back of the candle to add dimension.  The candles were placed on the Wonky Rectangle to determine where to stamp the sentiment from Simon Says Stamp Brush Stroke Messages with VersaMark Ink and then heat embossed with Ranger Fine Detail Gold Embossing Powder.  The candles were then adhered to the front of the rectangle by removing the backer paper from the foam tape.

An A2 top folding cardbase was made from Gina K. Designs 120# White Cardstock and the focal image panel was adhered to the cardbase with Tombo Mono Multi Glue.

PRODUCTS USED:

  • Silhouette Sarah Bailey Candles
  • Simon Says Stamp Brush Stroke Messages
  • Copic Marker YR24
  • Ranger Fine Detail Gold Embossing Powder
  • VersaMark Ink
  • Paper Accents Gold Mirror Cardstock
  • Gina K. Designs 120# and 80# White Cardstock
  • Recollections Essential 6 x 6 Paper Pad
  • Red Cardstock from Stash
  • My Favorite Things Wonky Rectangles
  • 3M ½” Foam Tape
  • Kokuyo Dotliner Adhesive
  • Darice Sticky Back Foam Sheet
  • Tombo Mono Multi Glue
  • Ranger Multi Medium Matte

 

Author: Karen

I am a very blessed wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. I firmly believe in the quote by Dieter F. Uchtdorf which states "The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human heart." Every day I try to create something that lifts the heart for myself and others.

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