Ink Road Stamps Bun Girl Cards

So, I discovered a new stamp company last week, Ink Road Stamps, and just had to order! Today I’m sharing the first cards I made with one of the stamp sets I purchased, Bun Intended.

For both of these cards I die cut stitched rectangles slightly bigger than the image and sentiment together with Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock, then stamped and heat embossed both in black. I used my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and a water brush pen to watercolor both panels.

For the card above, I used the A2 size stitched rectangle to cut the yellow striped paper and then a paper trimmer for the blue striped paper. I decided the white cardstock got lost on the blue and needed a small frame so I trimmed a piece of black cardstock for that. I glued craft foam between the black cardstock and blue paper for a little dimension. Otherwise everything else is adhered together with tape runner. Finally, I added some new gems I also got from Ink Road Stamps called Lynnea Rainbow. They are so fun and add just the perfect amount of sparkle to this sassy card!

This second card was not cooperating with me at all but in the end it’s my absolute favorite! I trimmed the mint patterned paper down to 2 inches wide and adhered it to the card front. Then, I layered the red striped paper under the bun girl panel and adhered that to the card front at an angle. I added the washi tape for a faux-taped-to-the-wall look and finished it off with clear and taupe sequins. Seriously, I love this card!

I can’t wait to share these cards and more with some girlfriends who just need a little reminder…we are all badasses! 😉

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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