Porcelain Bowl Trick Card – Bonus Project Live Saturday

Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed the Bonus Project, Porcelain Bowl Trick Card, I made on my Facebook Live earlier today. I do a Live Session every Saturday at 4 pm EST. I hope you will join me weekly. This project and all the projects this week were made with the What’s Cookin’ Bundle.

If you missed the projects earlier in the week, I hope you go back to my Sunday post and work your way through them all. It has been such a fun week working with this bundle.

Kitchen themed card on a red piece of cardstock with wooden spoons stamped all over it in a pattern on the diagonal.  the Sentiment reads, "What's cookin'".  A white circle sits on a red scalloped one slightly larger. Stamped on the white circle are mushrooms, celery, and tomatoes, made to look as if they are flying in the air above a red Porcelain Trick Bowl. The bowl is shiny due to the packing tape used on it. In front of the bowl is a chopping knife. The bottom half of the card has a wood-grained patterned paper very realistic.

This awesome Porcelain Bowl Trick card was made for the final project of the week. I used the What’s Cookin’ Bundle, once again. The stamp set and dies lend to the most beautiful cards. Check out the one I made on Tuesday by clicking here. It was so elegant! Today I am focusing on a technique that I highlighted in yesterday’s blog post. If you want to see it, click here. I used packing tape on the stamped bowl to make it look like porcelain. The results are amazing.

All of this week’s Live Sessions focused on the What’s Cookin’ Bundle. I really enjoyed using it. It lends easily to a variety of different cards. Check out these close-up pictures.

Look at all the details on this great card. I have to say, the pictures don’t do it justice. I used Stampin’ Up!’s Basic White Cardstock and stamped a pattern of wooden spoons onto it. Then attached a piece of In Good Taste DSP over the bottom half. Next came the die-cut circles, one plain one scalloped. I decided to stamp the veggies and try to make them look like they were being tossed into the air as they were chopped. Lastly, I added the Porcelain Bowl Trick and a cool-looking knife.

Of course, I made the inside just as cool. Die-cut a cutting board and added the sentiment to it. I also wanted a tiny strip of the In Good Taste DSP inside as well. For the finishing touch, the pots were stamped in Smoky Slate Classic Ink and added to the DSP strip. The best part of the Porcelain Bowl Trick Card was making the bowl shiny.

If you missed the Live, watch the replay video embedded above, you can learn how to do this technique and make this card yourself.

Check below for the supplies to make this card. Click the pictures to go to my online store, where you can purchase the items you need.

If you are interested in seeing last week’s Ink Blending Splatter Technique card, click here.

Bonus Project Saturday Live Product List

July 2021 Hostess Code - MCTKZNVN. When placing an order under $150 please enter the hostess code above before finalizing your shopping cart. Orders of $50 or more will receive a free gift from me.

Remember, today, Saturday, July 31, 2021, is the last day, to put in an order ($35 minimum) by midnight, to get the make and takes from Tuesday’s and Thursday’s Live Sessions for free! (You’ll need the stamps, ink, and adhesive to complete these projects, but they will include all the paper and embellishments.) If your order is over $50, you’ll get all the supplies plus a free monthly gift from me!

Thank you for supporting my small business and ordering from me.

But don’t miss out, your order MUST be in by midnight in order to receive both free Make and Takes!! 

And you must use the Hostess Code.

July’s Hostess Code is MCTKZNVN. Use it for orders under $150.00.

Using that helps me bring you videos every week and providing the pdfs and gifts of appreciation. Thank you again for your support!
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I appreciate your comments and/or feedback and see you tomorrow on the blog for Simple Stamping Sunday. I will be using new stamps for a new week.

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See you next week!


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