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Pirate Set Stamped Cards

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Stamp a three-tag card, invitation or greeting card with playful pirates and gold treasure to make a recipient smile. Three-tag cards from Posh Impressions offer space for three pirate scenes. Use the same pirate stamps to create invites or other cards.

 

Pirate Stamp Tag Card

Four More Designs Below!

Three Tag Card

Materials:

  • Pirate stamp set
  • Starry Night Background stamp
  • Zig Zag tag
  • Ribbon
  • Blending Blox
  • Marvy Brush Art Markers
  • scissors
  • Zyron or glue
  • Tsukineko or any metallic silver & gold embossing ink pad
  • Ranger or any embossing powder (princess gold & platinum for silver)
  • Versafine black pad & black embossing powder for words in black
     

Steps:

  1. Use Blending Blox and brush art markers for providing colors.
  2. Stamp Starry Night background in center tag.
  3. Stamp chest on sticker paper, cut out leaving 1/32" border.
  4. Stamp pirate on sticker paper, cut out leaving same border.
  5. Stamp words before coins using Versafine or other black embossing pad & black embosssing powder. Heat. It looks good if bold & shiny.
  6. Coins are what make the card. Stamp with gold and silver embossing ink on black paper. Apply gold and silver embossing powder. Heat. Cut out leaving 1/32" in black.
  7. Apply coins with Zyron or glue.
  8. For coins Dee uses Tsukineko pads & Ranger princess powders but any brand will work. Just use those colors.
     
  9. Apply ribbon to top of card.

 

Greeting Card

Materials:

  • Pirate stamp set
  • Optional skeleton from Halloween set (available as set or single stamp)
  • Optional Alphabet Set (makes any message possible)
  • Single stamps of choice for selected card
  • Crack and peel sticker paper
  • Blending Blox colors of choice
  • Marvy brush art markers of choice
  • scissors

Steps:

  1. Stamp desired background onto card.
  2. Stamp featured images on sticker paper  (Blending Blox will provide blends, pens straight colors).
  3. Cut out images leaving 1/32" white all around.
  4. Before removing protective paper, try different placement on card.
  5. Remove paper and adhere to card where wanted.
  6. Use alphabet set for making original words.
  7. Cut skeleton parts to rearrange in different positions.
  8. Heat emboss skeleton with white embossing powder.
  9. Place white skeleton on black paper beneath for definition

Three Tag Pirate CardPirate Invite Stamp CardPirate Stamp CardPirate Stamp Card 2

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