Die cut with the cross-stitched circle die with
white cardstock. This will cut the inner part of the circle and the outer cross
stitched outline piece.
Ink blend with Distress Inks Victoria Velvet,
Tattered Rose & Seedless Preserves in Oxide Inks with a mini round ink
blending tool. Start from lightest colour to darkest and work your way back.
TIP : Use a post it not to protect your fingers and not leave any finger marks
on your blended panel. Set aside to dry.
Stamp the wreath with Versafine Onyx Black ink
and then die cut with the coordinating dies.
With the toner sheets die cut the hello die. I
have used WOW! Fab Foils in the Rose Gold and run that through my mini minc
I start adhering all the pieces down with a
liquid pen and foam adhesives.
I finished the card off with Rose Gold sequins
from Hand made by Brittney lee.
Other Products: White cardstock, Amber Rose Sequins, Toner sheets, Rose Gold Foil, Distress Inks, Victoria Velvet, Tattered Rose & Seedless Preserves in Oxide Inks, Onyx Black Ink, WOW Fab Foil in Rose Gold, Toner sheets, Versafine Onyx Black, Rose Gold.
Hi all, welcome to today’s blog post where I have made a waterfall card with the brand new Merry Critters stampset from Kat Scrappiness.
I have copic coloured each of these little cuties in. My paper of choice is from Pinkfresh Oh Joy 6″ x 6″ pack.
The main mechanism is the waterfall rectangle. It measures 2″ x 8″ and scored at 2″, 2 1/2″, 3″ & 3 1/2″.
The anchor measures 3/4″ by 4 1/8″. My tip with the anchor is to only place really strong adhesive on the outer edge only.
Slip the longer part of the waterfall compinent behind the anchor. THis will be your pull down function.
Cut up 4 pieces of the 2″ x 2″ square in cardstock. Adhere some pattern paper 1 7/8″ x 1 7/8″ on top of the cardstock. These panels are the square panels that need to be adhere straight on the ling rectangle pull mechanism.
I have made a quick process video for you all. Sit back get a cuppa and hop you enjoy today’s creation.
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Hi All, Welcome to Today’s blog post where I will be using a wonderful stampset called “Bouquet of Hope”. This stampset also comes with coordinating dies. I have done a very light watercolouring on the image and have turned this card into an easel card for an interactive feel to it.
I have created a process video for you to sit back and watch a quick and simple card unfold in front of your very eyes.
Hi all, Jo here and welcome to a clean and simple card design for you. One thing I like to do is stretch the dies I have and use them in different ways. For today’s card creation I have used my dies as a back drop on my card front. With using white cardstock on white cardstock I was able to get a tone on tone effect. I find this technique can be impactful in a subtle way. The die I have used today is from the September release Wine Not? from Kat Scrappiness collection.
For a pop of colour I have used a deep red / cherry colour cardstock die cut with the stitched hearts from the Kat Scrappiness collection.
For the sentiment I have used the coordinating stampset and heat embossed with Opaque Bright White Super Fine from WOW! Embossing Powders.
I finished the card off with some Clear Sparkling jewels.
I have made a quick video tutorial on how I made the card below.