Monday, May 18, 2015

Project of the Week Post- Napkin Decoupage ATC

Hi Everyone!

It is my (Deonna's) turn to present you with a Project of the week at The House that Stamps Built for Repeat Impressions Stamps and I've chosen to show you how to make a

Napkin Decoupage ATC

Decorative Napkin- I chose a Camoflauge 
Old Hymnal Page,
Dictionary page,
Modge Podge,
Chipboard piece cut to 2 1/2 x 3 1/2",
Distress ink in Vintage Photo,
Staz-on ink in Forest Green and Brown (not in Picture).
 Repeat Impressions Rubber Stamps:

1. Seperate your napkin from it's backing. Some napkins are two ply and some are 3. Gently remove all backing layers.

2. Apply Modge Podge using a Paint brush or sponge brush to your hymnal page covering completely. Using your napkin after all layers removed, apply to the modge Podged hymnal page base. Set aside to allow to dry or use heat tool to speed the process.

3. Take your dictionary page, your Deer Rubber stamp mounted on acrylic block, and your Brown Staz-On ink and stamp the deer onto the dictionary Page. After this, take your Happy Fathers Day Stamp and your green Staz-On ink and stamp it onto the dictionary page. Using your fingers gently tear your paper around your images.

4. After your images are torn out, using your Vintage photo Distress ink and Sponge Dauber apply ink to all of the torn edges from Step 3 and Set Aside

5. Take your Chipboard ATC Base and apply a generous amount of Modge Podge to the front and apply your Decorative napkin/Hymnal page onto the top of the chipboard and tear around the edges, then fold the edges over and Modge Podge to the backside of the ATC base.

6. Once again, grab your Deer stamped image and your Sentiment that you tore out in Step 3 and Modge Podge to your napkin covered ATC Chipboard Base.

7. Using your Grass Border Stamp only ink the top portion of the stamp with your Green Staz-on ink and stamp to the bottom edge of the ATC.
Your Project is now Complete. Set aside and allow to dry.


Inspiration Destination #33 Anything goes
Fan-Tastic Tuesday #85 Anything goes (5/5)
Party Time Tuesday #198 Anything goes
Not Just Cards #19 Anything goes
Sister Act Card #106 Anything goes
Brown Sugar #146 Fathers Day (2/2)
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends #10 Anything goes (1/3) 10C
Pile it On #69 Not Cute
Top Tip Tuesday- Animals (2/3)
Love to Scrap #54 Anything goes (1/3)
Have a Wonderful day!



andree said...

This is just gorgeous, beautiful design and colours. Thanks so much for playing this time at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends. Good luck and hope to see you
again soon. Andree (DT)

Elizabeth Hart said...

I love the technique that you used on this card - very cool! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Pile it On challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

Andree said...

A fabulous project and a great step-by-step. The napkin is perfect for the deer stamp x

Brenda said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Great card for Father's Day. Thank you for sharing with use at Top Tip Tuesday! Brenda

Ema M said...

This is fantastic! Thanks for sharing and joining us at Inspiration Destination. Hope to see you again and good luck!
IDCB Owner

Kamila R. said...

What a great creative approach to cardmaking! Fantastic idea and card! Thanks for joining us at Sister Act card challenge!
Kamila DT

Hillary Harris said...

Very creative! Love the finished product! Thanks for joining us at Party Time Tuesdays!

karalschuknecht said...

Great Father's Day card, and I love the background an your instructions too. Thanks for joining us this week at Brown Sugar Challenges. Karal DT

coldwaters2 said...

Wow this is fantastic what a terrific and beautiful project the step by step tutorial is awesome, thank you for sharing this with us at LIL PATCH OF CRAFTY FRIENDS
lorraine x

Anonymous said...

Great project love the picture tutorial too! Thanks for Playing along with us this time at Top Tip Tuesday Challenge, hugs Samantha :0)

Kat W said...

A lovely design and fab tutorial too :-)

Thanks for playing along with our 'animals' challenge at Top Tip Tuesday!

Hugs, Kat x

Heather said...

What a cool project! Thanks for the tutorial, too. Mixed Media type projects are outside my comfort zone and I would have absolutely no idea how to even start! Thanks for playing with LTSCB.