Today’s card is one using Creative Vision’s Dog Tags rubber stamp. My card base is created out of Stampin’ Up’s Always Artichoke cut down to size A2. The focal panel is made from Hammermill #80 white and the military background cut file found in the Silhouette store. I cut the background from some contact paper and placed it over my panel. The four copic sketch markers listed below were then used along with my airbrush to create the camouflage pattern. Once the background was finished I cut it using MFT Blueprint #25 and then made a mat using some Stampin’ Up Black cardstock. Ranger Glossy Cardstock was used to create the dog tags along with another Silhouette Cut file. After the tags were cut, Ranger Silver Mixative was used to give the glossy cardstock a metallic look. Once the tags were dry I placed it in my Misti, lined up where I wanted to put my image and stamped using Versamark. Some black embossing powder was sprinkled over the Versamark and then heat set.
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