7.28.2013

Cork Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend?



Well... okay, so maybe that isn't what they had in mind, but I promise you are going to have fun with these cork rounded diamonds!  I have a super fun tutorial for you today!

Supplies:
(Find links for all supplies below post.)
IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink in Teal Zeal
IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Brilliance™ Pigment Ink in Pearlescent Orange
Cork Sheet
Avery Elle Rounded Diamonds Stamps
Avery Elle Rounded Diamonds Dies
Cardstock in orange and white
Bossy Joscie Sentiment Flair
Heat Gun
Die Cut Machine
Circle Punch

Step 1


Trim a piece of cork sheet to about 3x3 and ink entirely with Teal Zeal IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink.  If you are a tad bit impatient, like me, you may want to hit it with a heat gun to make it dry faster.

Step 2


Place dies where you want them and secure with a bit of washi tape.  Die cut the inked cork.

Step 3


On a white cardstock panel, stamp rounded diamond shape in IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Brilliance™ Pigment Ink in Pearlescent Orange.  Trim panel to desired size.  Punch a half circle in bottom right corner where the sentiment flair will later be placed.

Step 4


Adhere cork diamonds and stamp accents above and below the cork pieces to complete the design.

Step 5


Create a card base from orange cardstock.  Round two opposite corners.  Adhere white panel with pattern to card base.  Affix sentiment flair in punched area.

Rounded Diamond Thank You


And there is your completed card!  Go play with some cork and ink and stuff!!!!

Have a Happy!








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