My cousin Rani recently graduated from PA school and passed her board exam. It’s nice to break out the medical related stamps and dies when someone’s not sick!
I cut the scalloped piece from plain cardstock with a Silhouette Cameo, then colored it with red ink and embossed it with a Spellbinders Grand Calibur machine. I also cut the stethoscope with the Silhouette, then inked it with black and silver inks. I stamped the sentiment and band-aids onto plain cardstock and cut them out. The main background piece is silver cardstock. I adhered the sentiment and stethoscope with dimensional foam and glued the entire piece to a card.
Don’t you love those little band-aids?
- Inks: Delicata in Silvery Shimmer, Memento Luxe in Tuxedo Black and Love Letter, VersaMagic in Pink Grapefruit (IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko)
- Stamps: Paper Smooches
- Embossing folder: Darice
I just bought Technique Tuesday’s “Bright Idea” stamp set and wanted to use them with Vertigo, which is perfect for creating a glasslike look on a card. To coordinate the colors with my lightbulb patterned paper, I used dark blue and orange inks (Memento Luxe in Teal Zeal and Fireworks! Craft Spray in Canteloupe).
First, I stamped the bulb on white cardstock, then stamped just the lower part of the stamp again on Vertigo colored with the Fireworks! I cut out the inner circle from the Vertigo and adhered it to the white cardstock. I repeated the process to make a second hanging bulb.
I colored a strip of white cardstock in Fireworks!, then stamped the sentiment onto it and cut it out with pinking shears. For the background of the card, I used both the patterned paper and a piece of Vertigo. I adhered all pieces and finished the card off with a strip of ribbon.
- Inks: Memento Luxe in Teal Zeal and Fireworks! Craft Spray in Canteloupe (IMAGINE Crafts)
- Stamps: Technique Tuesday
- Ribbon: May Arts
- Paper: Doodlebug