Video: Put on Your Power Pumps!

Photo taken against our White Paint Backdrop Board

Hey, everyone! I’m back with another card and video using our new and fabbbbbulous Power Pumps set!!

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I started off by gold glitter embossing our Glass Windows cling stamp onto black cardstock. Next, I stamped our lone Power Pump onto white cardstock using a combination of our layering inks:

  1. Smoky Quartz + Crystal Pewter for the first layer
  2. Caviar Hybrid Ink for the second dark layer
  3. Red Sangria Hybrid for the heel
  4. Combination of Vanilla Frosted Cupcake, Beach Blondie, Peach Blossom and Warm Hazelnut for the inside of the shoe

Once my shoe was all stamped out, I die cut it with it’s coordinating die. Then I created a smaller white rectangular panel which I blended some Bright Emerald Dye ink onto. This is going to give my pump a nice glow to emphasize it. Next, I stamped the sentiment from the same set with our Caviar ink.

Then I started assembling my card since all my stamping was complete. I had trimmed my glass windows panel a little bit in the beginning so I mounted that onto a side folding A2 base. Then I adhered the white emerald blended panel onto the base with dimensional foam tape. Next, I mounted the pump using more foam tape and finally added some Glossy Black sequins around the sentiment to complete my card.

How fabulous is this card? I love the clean and chic finish that the Glass Windows background gives to the project.

Thanks for stopping by everyone!

One thought on “Video: Put on Your Power Pumps!

  1. Becky Green says:

    HOW BEAUTIFUL, Effie! The shoe colors ARE realistic & look GREAT! That little bit of color behind the shoe just makes it POP!!! & I also LOVE the use of the Glass Windows Background Stamp & all of the SPARKLE & SHINE! 😉 PERFECT!!!


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