Papertrey Ink | Modern + Marbled Kit

Hello, friends! I hope you enjoyed Papertrey Ink’s Stamp-a-faire event! It surely looks like you did. Today, I have a project using the Modern + Marbled Kit. This kit was released a few months ago and is designed by Kimberly Crawford. It’s great for creating your own stationery because the kit includes luxury white envelopes and gold seals. But, that’s not all it’s great for. You can of course make every day cards too. The kit also includes gold gilding flakes, a glue pen, and of course stamps and dies.

This weekend, I had fun creating some cards. I’ll share them all with you over the next few days.

The marble design stamp is a single stamp, which is great because it allows you to decide if you want to stamp one marble design or combine them to create a marbled pattern. This single stamp is also great for stamping the design in many different colors.

On this card, I focused on using a watercolor heat embossing technique.

I stamped the marble design all over some watercolor paper. Then, I heat embossed it using white embossing powder and set it with my heat tool.

Next, I watercolored the card front using shades of pinks, blues, and yellows – all from my Papertrey Ink ink refills + water.

Next, I stamped the sentiment on black strips of cardstock. I used Versamark ink and heat set it using white embossing powder.

I trimmed the ends of the cardstock at an angle.

One of the dies in the Modern + Marbled Kit says “thank you” in a beautiful script font. It is also available as a stamp too!

I die cut the word from black cardstock.

Next, I added glossy accents all over the word die cut on the top layer. Can you see the shine?!

Stamps: Modern + Marbled

Ink: Versamark, Pure Poppy, Lovely Lady, Lemon Tart, Summer Sunrise, Aqua Mist

Paper: True Black, watercolor

Dies: Modern + Marbled

Other: glossy accents, white embossing powder

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  • Victoria h - Beautiful card- must admit this kit is tempting but the postage costs to the UK are a deterrent!ReplyCancel

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