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How to: Emerging Corners Technique with Wild at Heart

Today Melanie shows you how to make “emerging corners” with her Wild at Heart set.  The partial inking or embossing of one or more corners (or top and bottom as shown in one sample) of this bold reverse image flower frame will add a lot of style and interest to your cards, and create so many new layouts, with ample space to showcase your favorite images and greetings in the open area.  So many options, you choose how thick or thin you want your corners to be!  She uses the perching butterflies from her Stately Flowers 10 set, perfect for resting on the edge of these stamped reveals, and finishes with simple coloring with the coordinating inks pads and a water brush. Please enjoy this clean and simple design!

 

Purchase Wild at Heart here: http://www.shop.ginakdesigns.com/product.sc?productId=2641&categoryId=-1

 

Purchase Stately Flowers 10 here: http://www.shop.ginakdesigns.com/product.sc?productId=2653&categoryId=-1

 

Supplies:

Gina K. Designs Wild at Heart, Stately Flowers 10 stamp sets

Gina K. Pure Luxury White and Powder Blue cardstock

Gina K. Powder Blue, Wild Wisteria, and Memento Tuxedo Black ink pads

Gina K. 4”x 6” and small acrylic blocks, adhesive, water brush or watercolor brush, sponge dauber

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Comment by Karen Atkinson on April 2, 2017 at 3:16pm

I love the landscape card, but they are all beautiful. I have this set and will definitely try it. Thank you for a wonderful idea.

Comment by Julia de la Fuente on March 31, 2017 at 2:35pm

Thanks Melanie for the advice. I'll see how it turns out. I do love the look of the red one so that may be my first try :). Just want to say thanks for sharing all your videos you do. 

Comment by Melanie, GKD Illustrator/DT on March 31, 2017 at 9:04am

Thanks,e veryone!

You certainly could, Julia. I just think this way is a little easier and less messy, saves you the extra ink and paper, only what you need.  plus it was fun creating my own torn edge with the ink, feels like painting. I hope you'll give it a try, but whichever you prefer!  Either way, i had never tried using just the corner of this video and with tits border and reverse image, I loved the look! :)

Comment by Conniecrafter on March 31, 2017 at 9:00am

so prettty, great for a quick and easy card!

Comment by Julia de la Fuente on March 30, 2017 at 5:21pm

Love the technique. Could this have been done by tearing a piece of paper to fit the gap as a mask and then just stamp all at once?

Comment by Janice Ashby on March 29, 2017 at 8:56pm

Cute cards; like them both, but maybe A better.  I really like the green one.  Thanks for the idea (I've never heard of emerging corners, so I'll have go give it a try).

Comment by Diana Scott on March 29, 2017 at 8:39pm
Beautiful! I like B the best!
Comment by Karen Hightower-GKD-DT-Moderator on March 29, 2017 at 1:35pm
Took a little break and enjoyed your video! These are all so pretty! I will have to try this technique, you always come up with clever ways to play with the sets! :) <3
Comment by Annie Nannie on March 29, 2017 at 1:19pm

The blue, the blue!

Comment by Shelly Robertson on March 29, 2017 at 12:02pm
Fantastic cards...all of them!

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