What other surfaces work with the new IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink? How about shiny plastic playing cards.
Have a little fun with a dinner party theme and use playing cards as the invitation.
First step – give up having a full set of cards – ha!
IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Full Size Ink Pad in Rose Bud & Pear Tart
IMAGINE Crafts® Embossing Powder™ Clear
a muse | studio ‘perfectly polished‘ stamp set SNSK070
a muse | studio ‘script background‘ stamp SASJ013
custom ‘let’s eat‘ & ‘CAKE‘ stamps
small hole punch
1″ circle punch
some baker’s twine
Stamp & clear emboss the #6 card with ‘let’s eat’ & ‘CAKE’ stamps with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink in Rose Bud & IMAGINE Crafts® Embossing Powder™ Clear
After embossing, stamp background stamp with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink in Pear Tart and let dry – give it a few minutes and then heat set to dry fully. Be careful to hold the heat gun a bit farther away from the card so you don’t melt the embossing powder again.
Cut white cardstock to 2.25″ x 3.5″ & stamp with fork/knife/spoon stamp with IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ Mixed Media Pigment Ink in Pear Tart & then stamp ‘you’re invited’, ‘dinner’ & ‘May 6′ with Rose Bud.
Adhere card to white cardstock piece back to back and trim edges
Cut printed paper 2.5″ x 7″, fold in half, punch 1/2 circle where paper comes together. Adhere long sides careful to keep the adhesive close to the edge of the paper – this creates your envelope.
Punch a small hold in top of playing card, string baker’s twine to use as a pull tab for card.
Now all that’s left is planning the dinner menu!