Waffle Flower Crafts: BBQ Star

Hi friends! Happy Tuesday! Thanks for stopping by today! Please welcome back the super talented Channin Pelletier as a special guest on our blog! She made this fabulous summer BBQ card and also a video to take you through the process! Be sure to watch the video, read on, and enjoy!

Waffle Flower Crafts BBQ Star

Hello all!! It’s Channin here and I am so very excited to be here at Simon Says Stamp sharing a video featuring just a few of the brand new products from Waffle Flower Crafts’ stupendous summer release!

This release is epic! There are 12 new stamp sets and 12 new dies in this summer release! I chose to focus on the more masculine stamp sets, Meat Up and BBQ Sayings, for my card today.

First, I created my A7 card base by trimming a sheet of Neenah Desert Storm to 10”x7” and then I scored and folded it in half to create my 5”x7” card. Next, I repeatedly stamped several images from the Meat Up Stamp Set in Versafine Onyx Black Ink on my card base to create a patterned background. I then stamped some of the images from the Meat Up and the BBQ Stamp Set on a scrap of Neenah Solar White in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then used my copics to color the images in.


Once I had finished coloring, I die cut out the images from the Meat Up Stamp Set with the matching dies and then fussy cut the ketchup/BBQ sauce bottle. I then stamped and heat embossed a sentiment from the BBQ Sayings Stamp Set in white on black cardstock. I then fussy cut the sentiment out and then used a scalpel to remove the paper in a couple of the negative spaces between the ribbon and the star. I then cut a 5 3/4” x 3 7/8” panel of vellum, then glued the ribs onto the grill with Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue, and then arranged all my images and my sentiment over the vellum.


Once I had everything arranged the way I liked it, I used washi tape to hold everything in place, flipped it over, and then applied glue to the backs of all the images and adhered them to the vellum. I then added foam tape to the back of my sentiment and then adhered it to my vellum panel as well. Next, I flipped the vellum over and then added dots of liquid adhesive behind the images and then adhered the vellum to my card base. Lastly, I added glossy accents to the ribs and the BBQ sauce bottle and then called it done! :)

Waffle Flower Crafts BBQ StarI hope you enjoyed my card and video! Thanks so much for joining me today!

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Thanks for reading and thanks to Channin for being our guest!

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