Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Dragon Card using Local King Rubber Stamps

Here's another Asian card using Local King Rubber Stamp Chinese Legends, 100 Lucks (background), and Dragon Die. I love how this card turned out. It is very impressive looking.  The background and the dragon is stamped on Glossy White card stock. I got mine from Hobby Lobby, made by Ranger. Card base is using SU Cherry Cobbler and Gold mat is from Recollections Metallics.
Here's a closer look at the colors used in the dragon. Marvy Brush Pens: #1 Black, #65 Cherry, #13 Ochre, #91 Tan. Die cut the dragon (use the matching die from Local King Rubber Stamp), then pop with foam squares. The gold coin is adhered with mini glue dots.
The dragon stamp here is also using #1 Black Marvy brush Markers. If you are going to duplicate this card, I suggest to use a stamp positioner to ensure the Dragon wording to be absolutely straight. Mine is off a little........urgh!  The Asian boarder is cut using SCAL computer program and re-sized for this card boarder.

 Card inside with white card stock:
 Also included in the stamp set is this Asian coin which also has the same colors as the dragon. using Glossy white card stock, the coin is stamped, punched using a 1" punch and a 1/4" square punch to remove the center).
Hope you enjoyed this card. A happy crafting day to you all.............


doodlingdebbie said...

Beautiful Ms. Patti. I love Asian creations. Hugs, Debbie

cropsticks said...

Love your dragon card Patti!

eunice said...

Wow, impressive! The coloring you got on your dragon with your Marvy pens is beautiful and I love how you placed the coin on your card in place of the usual pearl...very clever!

Jan Castle said...

Absolutely STUNNING Patti!!!! Love it, love it, love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Paper Hugs,