Orchid Oasis Sympathy Willow Card with Monochromatic 2022-2024 InColor
This Sympathy Willow Card was created with the new Orchid Oasis In-Color cardstock. While we never want to need a card like this, it’s quick to make with a monochromatic design and gold embossing.
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Notably, these willow tree stamps are a two-step set, which means two separate stamps pair together to make a complete image. This is beneficial because you can make each piece a different color or die-cut out only a part of it!
See below for how to create a Willow Sympathy Card:
How to make an Orchid Oasis Sympathy Willow Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Orchid Oasis
- 8 1/2” x 5 1/2”, folded at 4 1/4” for your cardbase
- 3 7/8” x 5 1/8” for your willow tree layer
- 3/4” x 2 1/4” for the sentiment
- Gold Foil
- 4” x 5 1/4”
- 7/8” x 2 3/8” for the sentiment
Stamp the Tree:
- With Black Memento ink, stamp the willow tree base on the right side of your Orchid Oasis layer.
- When it’s dry, stamp the leaves using Versamark ink, and sprinkle with gold embossing powder. Tap off the excess and heat until it’s shiny.
- Next, adhere this layer to your gold foil, and that to the front of your cardbase.
TIP: Heat emboss only one image of a two-step stamp for a fun twist!
Create your Sentiment:
- On the small piece of Orchid Oasis, stamp the sympathy sentiment using Black Memento ink.
- Lastly, glue the sentiment to the small gold piece, and then glue this to the left side of your card front.
Supplies for a Willow Sympathy Card:
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