I've created more Faux Torn Edge cards on Glossy Paper to share with you! I used Glossy paper and Classic (dye) ink pads from Stampin' UP! to create several fun cards, and I hope you enjoy them! They feature the Lovely Friends stamp set, So Many Shells stamp set, Ribbon of Courage stamp set, Detailed Dragonfly thinlit dies, die cut in Copper Foil paper, and also some fun peaches that I cut out of the Whole Lot of Lovely designer paper pack with my Paper Snips!!
I actually shared a very similar faux torn edge idea a couple weeks ago in my adirondak chair, beach scene card and video HERE. After I created that beach chair card, I just kept creating and made these fun cards using different Stampin' Up! color combinations!
To view this "faux torn edge" technique idea on Glossy paper… please WATCH THIS VIDEO. My video tutorial shows a different card but it's the same idea!
The concept is pretty simple.. tear a scrap paper, lay it on your Glossy cardstock and drag the ink pad directly onto the glossy paper right over the torn edge…. then repeat several times. I used 3 different Stampin' Up! ink pads on each card.
For Faux Torn Edge / Glossy paper video tutorial, click here.
What do you think!? Easy! Right!? Find the glossy paper on page 194 in the 2017 catalog!! #144240 online.
The card above was created with Rich Razzleberry, Sweet Sugarplum and Flirty Flamingo, and stamped with the Lovely Friends stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink. It's all on a Top Fold Fresh Fig cardstock folded card base.
The peaches card above was created with Calpyso Coral, Peekaboo Peach and Daffodil Delight ink dragged on the glossy paper, and the peaches were cut out of the Whole Love of Lovely Designer Paper. I used a top fold Calypso Coral card for my base, and stamped Thanks a Lot from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set in Archival Black ink.
Find the Whole Love of Lovely designer paper on page 188 in the 2017 Stampin' UP! catalog, or here in my online store #144110
The cards below feature the same color combo for the faux torn edge background and I added die cut dragonflies from the Detailed Dragonfly thinlit set, #142749 die cut from Copper Foil paper #142020
The Miracles Happen greeting above is found in the So Many Shells stamp set. The card base is a Thick Whisper White top fold card. It's embellished with Glitter Enamel Dots.
The Dragonfly card above features a greeting from the Ribbon of Courage stamp set and Glitter Enamel dots.
The amazing new Mini Stampin' Dimensionals are TERRIFIC for adding the dragonfly to your card!
The greeting above is found in the So Many Shells stamp set.
The Stampin' Up! color combo used on the blue faux torn edge background is Dapper Denim, Marina Mist and Soft Sky.
Sorry… is your mind on overload now!? Lots of great ideas.. right!? Hope you try out the Faux Torn Edge technique with Glossy Paper and ink pads!!!
Thanks for hanging with me if you made it here all the way to the end of the post!! 🙂
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Patty, this is a beautiful technique. I haven’t used my glossy paper in ages. I’m going to have to pull it out now and try this!
I knew there was something I forgot to order (and keep forgetting to)! I LOVE the look that was achieved. Thank you so much for sharing.
I love the oranges card! Thanks for sharing!
Oh I love this faux technique much better than the real thing!!!! Definitely going to give it a try soon.. Thx ?
great technique Patty. I love the peach card!
Oh Patty , there all beautiful, I fill a case coming up , if it’s ok ♥️
Love all your beautiful ideas ♥️♥️
What beautiful projects! I’m inspired to go create something with the Glossy Paper now! Thanks!
Hi Patty, I now have everything to complete these cards
Going to try this technique today. I absolutely LOVE your cards. Thanks for sharing.