Hello and good day to you!  I’m going to be out of town for a few days for my Copic certification classes.  I want to share this video post with you before I go.  So exciting!  I have only started my YouTube channel a few months ago and have not yet figure all the in and out of making an amazing video just yet.  I do, however, quickly learned that video filming is not quite as easy as I have expected without the proper equipment and as well time.  I’m using my iPhone to photograph my cards as well for video filming.  So the quality is not as great as I would like.  But I hope you will still enjoy seeing my projects.If you have not yet subscribe to

I am using the
Magnolia Rhapsody cling stamp set from Penny Black.  It’s a new purchase from Ellen Hutson that just arrived last Friday.  Such perfect timing too as Kan (my husband) requested this card for his Godmother’s mom who hasn’t been doing well since the holiday.  I hope this beautiful Magnolia Rhapsody will bring her smiles and brighten her day a bit.

The “Sending You LOVE” sentiment is from MFT though I’m not sure which set as I forgot to write down the name.  Also, it appears this set is no longer offer as I was unable to find it anywhere.

I started by stamping the Magnolia Rhapsody with Ranger distressed markers in Worn Lipstock, Twisted Citron, Peeled Paint and Ground Espresso onto letterpress (110 lb) cardstock – an Ellen Hutson brand.Next, I soften the image by running a wet paint brush over the inks.  Distress inks react to water.  And surprising, I don’t know if you can tell in the photograph (and video), but the image raises from the paper after being wet – adding a 3D effect without any embossing.  I’m not sure if it is because of the letterpress cardstock.  But I’m really loving this look!  So neat!

I carried the design to the inside of card with a partial stamping of the Magnolia Rhapsody.To complete the card, I stamped “Sending You LOVE” sentiment with VersaMark ink pad onto a piece of black cardstock and heat embossed with Ranger’s embossing powder – white.  Then fussy cut into a banner flag, foam mounted onto the card panel and finished with enamel dots.

(TIP:  To prevent the embossing powder from sticking to non-stamping area of the cardstock, rub the cardstock with the Inkadinkado embossing magic bag first to loosen the static cling from the cardstock).  

Finished card size: 5″ x 5.50″


For HD mode,  please watch it over at my YouTube channel.  This card took an hour to put together.  But I trimmed the clip down to under 9 minutes as your time is precious 🙂

Thanks for stopping by. May you have a lovely rest of your week. Take care.




To make it easier for my blog readers and friends, all supplies I use in the project are listed below. Just click on the thumbnail or wording and it will redirect you to the product’s page. If the link not function properly, please let me know as each item is individually hand coded.
All items were personally purchased. I do not belong to any affiliate programs and only share of products that I absolutely love.

Penny Black Cling Stamp – Magnolia Rhapsody

Ranger Distress Marker – Peeled Paint

Ranger Distress Marker-Twisted Citron

Ranger Distress Marker – Worn Lipstick

Ranger Distress Ink – Ground Espresso

Inkadinkado Embossing Magic Bag

Hero Art Embossing Heat Gun

Ranger Embossing Powder – White

MISTI Stamping Tool

EH Letterpress Cardstock 110 lb

Bazzill Cardstock – Easter Grass

Bazzill Cardstock – Licorice Twist

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