Jeweled Mermaid Card
- Bazzill Basics Paper Cardstock: Bahama, Lakeshore, White
- Large mother-of-pearl button
- May Arts Satin Cord: Blue, Brown
- Stampendous! Cling Mermaid Stamp
- Stampendous! Jumbo Perfectly Clear Handle
- Milwaukee Embossing Heat Tool
- Fiskars Large Corner Rounding Punch
- Tsukineko Ink Pads: Memento Tuxedo Black, VersaMark
- .Too Marker Corp. COPIC Markers
- Stampendous! Clear Embossing Powder
- Stampendous! Fran-táge Finishes: Shaved Ice, Shabby Blue Embossing Enamel, Powder Blue Color Fragments, Crushed Glass Glitter in Fresh Green and Steel Blue
- Adhesives: Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry Paper Glue, foam squares
paper trimmer, scissors, ruler, pencil
- Make 4-1/4"x5-1/2" dark blue side-fold card. Cut 4"x5-1/4" light blue panel; glue panel to card.
- Follow manufacturer's instructions to apply handle to mermaid stamp. Stamp black mermaid image onto white cardstock; trim to 3"x4-1/2". Round top corners of panel with punch.
- Using photo as guide, color image with markers or desired medium. Let dry completely.
- Apply VersaMark ink over entire stamped panel using direct-to-paper method. Cover panel with clear embossing powder; tap to remove excess and return it to container.
- Sprinkle Shabby Blue Embossing Enamel, Powder Blue Color Fragments, Steel Blue and Fresh Green Crushed Glass Glitters, and Shaved Ice randomly over embossing powder.
- Using heat-embossing tool, heat powders from underneath panel. This prevents powders from blowing away from image. Heat until finishes are raised and shiny.
- Cut 3-1/4"x4-3/4" dark blue panel; round top corners with punch. Glue stamped panel to blue panel.
- Holding silk cords together, wrap cords twice around bottom of layered panel. To secure, insert cord ends through holes in button; knot cords and trim ends.
- Sprinkle Shabby Blue Embossing Enamel over upper left and lower right corners of layered card base. Heat from underneath to set powder.
- Adhere stamped panel to card with foam squares.
- 1. Using a heat-embossing tool, always heat powders from underneath the panel to avoid blowing powders from image. As embossing powder melts, it will adhere other embellishments to the surface.