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In the fourth part of this video, Christina Crawford shows how to make a fun flower card with the rubber stamp technique.
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The next step is to just do a little sponging and this is an optional step but one that is very popular and a lot of people like it. It will just take that white card stock and instead of it looking so stark, I will just put some color on top of it. So, I have a sponge here and I’m dabbing it onto my regal rose ink pad and I'll be brushing the color very generously over all of the edges of the white card stock I just stamped on and now, its time to put some tape on that. Just like the inkpad, the markers dry fairly quick as well, so you don’t have to worry about smudging that. And then you’ll have a beautifully layered, almost card but it would be a cute, little card or a tag right there. There's one more thing I would like to do just to embellish that and that’s to put some glitter on it. Sometimes, the stampers we’re stamping or having fun and you take a look at the project then it needs one more thing and it’s usually glitter. So, I am using the two-way glue pen to put glitter on. So, the next step would be to take that top off. Use some scrap paper and just make sure that your two-way glue is ready to go. It will be blue but it will dry clear and I’m going to put that blue glue right over each petal of the flower. The next step is to use a powder pall tray or some kind of a tray and put your little image that you’re stamping, right on top of it. What I’ve done is I've taken my glitter and I've put it into a shaker container, its just easy for me. Now, you want to shake on some glitter. Again, you can be pretty liberal because you are going to tap off the excess and because you put that into a tray, you can reuse that at another time.