Stampin' Up! Painted Harvest Meets Faux Silk!
Stampin' Up! Painted Harvest Christmas Tag!

Stampin' Up! Painted Harvest Gilded Faux Silk!

Hey there! Today's card is also done with the Faux Silk technique, but I added the Gilding technique to step it up!


Both natural and white coffee filters work great for this technique. I stamped the Painted Harvest bloom all over a natural one for today's card. I used Real Red ink, but when stamped on the natural filter it looks more like Cherry Cobbler. After stamping I crumpled into a ball, kind of tightly, then opened back up loosely. I didn't smooth out all of the wrinkles and creases before gluing to my 4" x 5 1/4" Very Vanilla layer. After folding and adhering the edges to the back side of the layer with liquid glue I adhered to an Early Espresso 4 1/8" x 5 3/8" layer on the Real Red card base.


After the layer was attached to the card base I gently pressed my Versamark pad on the creases and wrinkles, sprinkled gold embossing powder over the entire card front, and tapped off the excess back into my embossing powder container. I also used a soft brush to selectively flick away excess powder where ti was sticking too much to the still-damp ink. I then used my heat tool to emboss the powder and achieve the "gilded" look.


I stamped a greeting from Merry Mistletoe with Old Olive ink on a 1" strip of Very Vanilla, snipping one end with my Paper Snips into banner points. I scraped the edges of the banner on the Versamark pad, dipped the edges in the Gold embossing powder, and heated with the Heat Tool to get a hint of gold edge. After wrapping Gold Metallic Thread a few times I tied a knot around the threads. I finished it off with a stamped holly from Carols of Christmas and three pearls I colored with the Dark Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Blend Marker.

(Stampin' Blends alcohol markers will be available to order on November 1st! Contact me my email or leave a comment here if you would like to receive a copy of the Stampin' Blends Brochure in the mail from me)


I stamped another Merry Mistletoe sentiment with Old Olive ink, and stamped the Very Vanilla envelope to match the inside of the card.


If you are ready to try faux silk with the Painted Harvest stamp set, hop over to my online store to order:

If you enjoyed this project, please use the October hostess code HMT67FU2 to receive a gift from me!

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The B3G1F Designer Paper Sale ends October 31st! Follow this link to see the eligible Designer Series paper  packs!


That's all for now. until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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