I'm so jazzed! I finally got my editing programs running so I could post this new video tutorial on how-to transfer patterned paper napkins to card stock. I hope you enjoy it.
As I mention in the video, this technique produces some really beautiful results. The finished card stock looks almost like fabric and has a really neat texture. What I forgot to mention is where to find decorative napkins. You can usually find them at party supply stores. I have also found them at Marshall's, Pier I, and Tuesday Morning. Below are photos of the cards I showed at the end of the video. (All supplies from Stampin'Up! unless otherwise listed)
Card 1: Paper Napkin; Whisper White, Tempting Turquoise, Mint Melody (retired), and Tangerine Tango card stock; Orchid Opulence, Tempting Turquoise, Riding Hood Red, and Bravo Burgundy classic inks; Eastern Blooms and Say It With Scallops stamp sets; Tempting Turquoise 1/4" grosgrain ribbon; Scallop Square punch; Filigree designer brad (at center of flower lower left); Stampin' Dimensionals
Card 2: Paper Napkin; Very Vanilla, Really Rust, and Chocolate Chip card stock; Chocolate Chip classic ink; Be the Change stamp (from Rubber Stamped); Antique brass brads from Vintage Brads assortment; Stampin' Dimensionals.
Card 3: Paper Napkin; Watercolor paper; Pretty in Pink, Blush Blossom, Very Vanilla,and Brushed Gold card stock; Jet Black StazOn ink; Aqua Painter brush used with Gable Green and Pixie Pink classic ink pads; Versamark pad used with Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder; Oriental Paintings (retired) and Asian Art (retired) stamp sets; Gold metallic eyelets; Gold metallic ink pen (from Pen-touch) used around frame of flower stamp image; 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" Circle punches; Stampin' Dimensionals