I also used the "Cog Punch" on this card. TIP: In order to be able to punch through foil with a punch and not tearing the foil, first place a layer of cardstock under the foil and punch through both layers at the same time. This keeps the foil from getting caught in the cutting parts of the punch.
- Cardstock: Cajun Craze, Marina Mist, Very Vanilla
- Inks: Cajun Craze, Marina Mist
- Stamp Sets: Sense of Time, Hodgepodge Happiness
- Tools: Cog Punch, Word Window Punch, Photo Corners Punch, 3 1/2" Circle Die, Texturz Plates
- Accessories: Brads, Game Spinner Hands, Aluminum Foil
I stamped my airplane so that it looks like it is coming in for a landing and you can actually see the "motion". I inked my stamp with VersaMark ink first and inked again with Cherry Cobbler. Start stamping your image from left to right. To create the motion look, do not re-ink your stamp. Stamp repeatedly several times overlapping each image. I then sprinkled Clear Embossing Powder and used my Heat Tool to complete the embossing. Hand cut with Paper Snips and adhere to your foil.
Close up of Diamond Plate background:
- Stamp Set: Plane & Simple
- Tools: Big Shot, Top Note Die, Texturz Plates, Spritzer Tool, Square Lattice Impressions Folder, Word Window Punch, Heat Tool
- Accessories: Aluminum Foil, Neutral Buttons, Clear Embossing Powder
- Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker
- Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Basic Black, Whisper White
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