Saturday 26 December 2020

Tonic Studios Stamp Club 4 - Shoot for the Moon (affiliate)

Stamp Club 4 is a set of stamps and coordinating dies which can be used together to create all sorts of creative mountain and moon scenes with trees and stars matching sentiments.
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This set just cries out to be used with lots of Tonic's Nuvo products!

This is what you'll find in the set!

What you'll need to create the card above  - 

Stamp Club 4 dies and stamps
Craft Perfect 7x7 Bright White card blank
Craft Perfect A4 Nebula Purple Glitter Card
Craft Perfect A4 White Smooth Card
Craft Perfect A4 Chrome Silver High Gloss Card
Craft Perfect A4 Pearlised Card- Gleaming Lilac
Nuvo Hybrid Ink - Oriental Iris and Exotic Orchid
Nuvo Glacier Paste - Frosted Petal
Nuvo Glitter Accents - Fresh Snowfall
black ink

These are the steps to make the card  
1. Tape a 15.25cm square of white card to your work surface. Die cut the circle and larger mountains from white card and attach with repositionable tape as shown.

2. Use a blending brush or sponge to add purple and pink ink to the top of the card.

3. Use a large blending brush to apply the Glacier paste over the ink, radiating from the centre of the moon.

4. Remove the moon and mountains

5. Die cut a silver moon and attach over the moon shape left in the ink.

6. Die cut the large mountains from Gleaming Lilac card and attach to the card with double sided tape.

7. Stamp the mountains onto a piece of white card which is long enough to reach the bottom of your image panel, with black ink and die cut.  

                                  8. Add some detail to the mountains with the glitter markers.

9. Add Glitter Accents to the white area.

10. Attach the inked mountains to the card with 3D foam tape and add Glitter Accents to the lilac mountains.

11. Stamp the tree with black ink and fussy cut.

12. Add the tree to the bottom left with 3D foam tape.

13. Stamp the sentiment onto white card. Cut into a banner shape and ink the edges with the Oriental Iris ink. Add to the top of the card with 3D foam tape.

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