Step 2: Next, I colored my stamped images with various copic markers: sushi (G21, G94, G99, R05, RV42, R30, C00, C01, C03); wooden sushi platters and chopsticks (E34, E25, E59); soy sauce bottle (R05, R27, R59, N1, N2, W6, W8, W9). Then I cut out my colored images (the coordinating die is available at the scrapbookpal.com shop).
Step 3: Then, I cut out my white frame for my card panel using Trinity Stamps Slimline Series Stitched Card Panels and Windows dies (alternative), and glued the frame on a piece of light brown colored cardstock using a Lawn Fawn glue tube.
Step 4: Next, I stamped the "I like the way you roll" sentiment from the Lawn Fawn Let's Roll stamp set onto the center window frame of my card panel using a Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad and my Original Misti Stamping Tool.
Step 5: Then, I used a Lawn Fawn glue tube to adhere the colored wooden sushi platters over the left and right window frames of my card panel.
Step 6: I used foam tape to adhere the sushi, chopsticks and soy sauce to my card panel to add dimension to my card.
Step 7: Next, I added white highlights to my colored images using a white Sakura gelly roll pen.
Step 8: Last, I mounted my card panel onto red card stock (cut out using a stitched panel die from the Trinity Stamps Slimline series), and then mounted that onto my white card base (3 1/2" x 8 1/2") using a Lawn Fawn glue tube.
Thanks for reading along on how I made this "I like the way you roll" slimline card. These stamps and other supplies are available over at the scrapbookpal.com shop.
Crafty Hugs, Beata June.
Sakura Gelly Roll Medium - White (SKU: 37819)
Trinity Stamps slimline series Stitched Card Panels and Windows dies (ALTERNATIVE)