Estampa con Jany

Aquí comparto contigo mis experiencias y conocimientos de scrapbooking, tarjetería y estampado.

  • Acerca de mi…

    Actualmente soy colaboradora de la Revista de Scrapbook online Recuerdos. Llevo sobre 10 años en este "Hobbie" y siempre me sorprende todo lo que puedo continuar aprendiendo y lo relajante que es.

  • Copyright

    El contenido de esta página - incluyendo todas las fotos, arte y texto - es © protegido por las leyes intelectuales de Dianette Seda. Mi trabajo puede ser utilizado para tu inspiración personal y no debe ser utilizado ni copiado para concursos o para someter a revistas u otras publicaciones. Gracias.
  • Copyright Registered & Protected
  • Otros lugares de interés

    MC Grab button MC Grab button
  • Anuncios
  • Translate to English

    Since my page now is for my followers in Puerto Rico and Latin America as well as Spain, I'm writing in Spanish. If you would like to enjoy my blog in English please, CLICK HERE to see this page translated thanks to Google.

  • Calendar

    enero 2009
    D L M X J V S
    « Dic   Feb »
  • Archives

  • Sigueme en twitter

Card in a Flash #2 – Valentines

Posted by Dianette "Jany" Seda en 4 enero 2009

I think I did a pretty nice job with this new Card in a Flash! Actually, I think I did amazingly! First of all, let me tell you with this recipe you will make ten cards in one hour and about 7 minutes. You’ll see all by yourself. Oh, and a most important detail! I did the inside and the envelopes too!

Wanted to share first how it looked like finished but I am (again) still learning how to use this. When I want a gallery I do it individually, when I want it in the gallery. Well, at least I got it all in my post. LOL.

Each picture contains a step. So here are steps 1 to 4 and the final results: [I need to admit that there was an extra step because it wasn’t until the end that I decided to make the envies. So, that is why the pic of the stamped envelopes is at the end.]

Step 1: [finished at 6:32 am]Assemble your supplies:

  • 5 sheets of Scarlet Cardstock
  • 7 sheets of Black Cardstock
  • 1 sheet of White (I used Ultra Smooth) cardstock
  • 3 sheets of lightweight cardstock (I buy a Xerox one that comes 500 sheets X about $12)
  • Spool of white ribbon
  • Moulin Rouge Palette Ink
  • White Stazon
  • Noir Palette Ink
  • Script Background Stamp (TAC)
  • Sprigs Stamp (TAC)
  • Soul Kisses Stamp (TAC)
  • 10 white A2 envelopes

Step 2: [finished at 6:57 am] Cut everything down

  • Card base is black 8.5 X 5.5 scored at 4.25
  • Scarlet layer is 4 X 5.25
  • Black layer is 2.25 X 3.75
  • White layer is 2 X 3.5
  • White lightweight cardstock insert is 4 X 5.25

Step 3: [finished at 7:14 am] Stamping

  • In the smaller white piece stamp twice the sprig with hearts in Moulin Rouge Palette. I entwined them. It was easier to me to stamp the one in the right before the one in the left. When I tried it the other way it was a mess.
  • Stamp the white insert with the sprig too so it matches the outside. I would suggest for time saving to stamp too the left side of the envelopes too.
  • Stamp in the white insert the Soul Kisses sentiments in Noir Palette. You can use any of them actually. I just wanted to use that one.
  • In the scarlet piece of cardstock stamp the script background in Cotton White Stazon Ink. I lined two pieces since the script wouldn’t cover the whole lenght of the cardstock. That way I would cover both ends (bottom of the first with top of the second) without missing any ink in another surface. I would stamp three times each two pieces. It was fast and easy!

Step 4: [finished at 7:39 am] Assemble (Don’t think you actually need help for this one right? What took me most of the time was trying to make a bow so I did a knot and cut. The rest was easy enough.

**For this card I used Angie’s Simple Sketch #37. She’s the owner of Paper Wings, the forum where The Angel Company Demonstrators gather.



Introduce tus datos o haz clic en un icono para iniciar sesión:

Logo de

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Cerrar sesión /  Cambiar )

Google+ photo

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Google+. Cerrar sesión /  Cambiar )

Imagen de Twitter

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Twitter. Cerrar sesión /  Cambiar )

Foto de Facebook

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Facebook. Cerrar sesión /  Cambiar )


Conectando a %s

A %d blogueros les gusta esto: