The way Ashley formed the rainbow on her card is very unique. A strip of felt was adhered to the edge of a ruler, and a variety of rainbow-coloured alcohol pearl inks were dabbed onto the foam. The ruler was held as a handle to drag the foam along a piece of Yupo paper in an arched fashion, creating a rainbow of alcohol pearl ink colours on the paper.
I love how Ashley die-cut a circle of white cardstock and trimmed the bottom of it to align it with the bottom fo the card panel. The black sentiment “I’ll always be your cheerleader” on the white background pops up so nicely.
She finished off her card with some matching colours sequins. Check out Ashley’s video on our YouTube Channel to see how she created this card!
Thank you so much Ashley for your inspiration today! Thanks for stopping by, have a superb day!
She stamped out the all cute images and colored them in with my Spectrum Noir Illustrator. I love all the white gel pen detailing she added on her images.
I love how she stamped out three of the cafés and have different sweets put up as the signs of the café. So cute!
She blended her background beautifully with Distress Oxide Inks. I also like the two different golden colors from the Gansai Tambio Starry Colors that she splattered over the blended background.
Her characters in the foreground were adhered with foam tape to create some dimension.
To finish off, she stamped the sentiment “COFFEE LOVER” with VersaMark and embossed it with gold embossing powder on a strip of cardstock that matches her card base. Head over to Anja’s blog for more details on how she made this gorgeous card!
Thank you Anja for this lovely inspiration! I love this cute scene so much!
Vera used the Home Sweet Home Die on watercolor paper. I love how she die-cut the roof and the door in bright red cardstock which is a perfect fit for this Lunar New Year themed card! She ink-blended the house with Distress Oxide Inks and splatter with Gansai Tambi gold paint.
She also used some adorable characters from the Fun Night Out stamp set. She copic-colored all of her images in shades of aqua, pink, peach, and violet. I love how she has light aqua colour on her card base and the pull tab to match the coloured slot machine. The gold polka dotted paper and the gold cardstock she chose also blend cohesively with the jackpot theme of the card.
She formed the pull-tab mechanism in a way that the 7s line up at the bottom when pulled! So clever! The big scripty word “YAY” and the touch of pink sequins gave the perfect finish to the card.
Please head over to Davina’s blog and see how she put this card together in details!
Thank you so much Davina, this has got to be one of my favourite cards of all time!