This video demonstrates how to emboss a button and then use it as an emblishment on a card. Start by covering your stamp with clear VersaMark Ink. Holding your button with pliers, carefully press your button onto the stamp. Next, take your embossing powder and sprinkle it on to the button. Then apply heat to the button. You are now ready to make your card. Ink your bird stamp using chestnut chalk ink. Place it at the bottom of your card stock. Using a blender pen, color in the bird and any accents . This can give you a water colored look. Now you are ready to assemble your card. Layer the bird stamp on a decorative paper that has rounded corners on the bottom edge. Apply the paper to the card front using tape runner adhesive and the bird stamp to the paper using foam squares to give it some dimension. Add a ribbon tab accent using mini-glue dots. Add the button to the ribbon and then adhere it to the card. Finish off your card by rounding the corners of the bottom edge.
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