5 Cards Using Washi Tape, Embossing Folder & Chalk Ink – #6 Healing a Broken Heart 400+ Card Charity Project

Welcome back to Healing a Broken Heart – 400+ Card Charity Project.  This project in short, is or will be an ongoing charity project I have started for Heart Kids Hawkes Bay.

Latest Countdown – 30 Cards Done and 370 to go!  This was an experiment that I think turned out very lovely.  I used the milk fluid to adhere the gilding to the embossed card stock then cut away the wispy bits, mounted with black card stock and added some sentiments and washi strip embellishments to finish of these stylish cards.  Please leave me a comment and let me know which card you like best.

If you would like to know more about this project, please start at the beginning.  I would love for you to join me on the journey by subscribing to my YouTube channel!

Process Video

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PRODUCTS I USED
(ones I can find or are still being sold are linked)

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Scotch Tacky Glue
Embossing Folder
Washi Tape
Cats Eye Chalk Ink

Paper measurements:
Card:
White Cardstock  – 21cm x 14.8cm

Front:
White Cardstock – 14cm x 9.5cm

Please refer to resources for tools and equipment.

If you try any of my projects, I would love for you to tag me on instagram or facebook, so that I can see your version.  @adrianne_galvin

I hope you enjoyed the process and if you have any queries or questions, please pop them below or on my YouTube video so everyone may benefit from the answers.  For monthly inspiration and freebies, join me on Facebook.

If you would like to learn more about Heart Kids NZ, please click here.

If you would like to help out, contribute or are a receiver of one of these cards and would like to get in touch, please email me at adrianne_galvin@outlook.com.

Life is full of ups and downs, no matter who you are or your situation.  All we have is each other.  We were all born to be loved!!!!!
Sending lots of love, hugs and strength to all!!!!

Adrianne Galvin

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