Gladys used one of the dies from Cinematic Shadow Box to die cut her panel. I love the gorgeous background which was blended using a combination of Distress Oxide Inks including Blueprint Sketch, Dusty Concord, Worn Lipstick and Scattered Straw.
First we have Ashley’s dual of cards. I love the wide range of colors that she’s used on both!
Combined with our Stencils 360°TM, Ashley used only the Barrel 1 of the Magical Fireworks stencil set and blended Distress Oxide Inks in rainbow hues onto her cardstock. On both cards, a turning intervals of 15° were used.
First on her landscape format card, the bold letters die cut You Are My Inspiration was used on a glimmery black cardstock, and adhered onto the shadow cut in pearlescent vellum. The entire sentiment was adhered using small foam squares onto her inked panel, which was glued onto a black card base.
I really love the black & white contrast, plus the rainbow hue really pops!
She chose a 1:1 ratio for her second card. As you can see, she skipped a few rotations to leave a blank white space intentionally, giving room for the scripty sentiment in the centre. She chose “You are amazing” from the Heartfelt Notes stamp set.
She added a few rainbow gems which finished off her card perfectly!
Next, we have Jo’s burst of color shaker card! Jo used both Barrels from the stencil set for her design. But this time, she chose turning intervals of 45° for inking on both of the Barrels.
As compared to the previous two cards by Ashley, you can see that a smaller turning interval makes the pattern more dense and vice versa! You can see how simple it is to achieve different designs from a single stencil! And the best thing is that there is no masking needed for doing multi-colored designs!
Thanks ladies for your wonderful creations! Your cards are absolutely gorgeous!
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The Cross Stitched and Dots upper panel was blended using Distress Oxide Ink Squeezed Lemonade. And with a sunray stencil, she created gorgeous sunray beams on top of that with the same ink, but this time adding a bit more pressure while blending to get the darker hue.
The wavy panel was blended using Mermaid Lagoon and Broken China. She then added some white pigment ink to extend those sunray beams into the ocean!
I love that she added an action wobbler for the blow fish to make it even more interesting! See the cute fish in action below!
Finally she added the sentiment, “You Blow Meow Away” to finish off!
Hi crafty friends. Jo is back to share another beautiful interactive card for us today! Check out her video below or click HERE to watch it over on our YouTube Channel!
This card is so vibrant and bright! I love how the shaker card window shows a bunch of pink hearts as the background, created using the Rain of Hearts stencil.
Most of the images on this card were from the Bee Happy stamp set.
The cute little bow on the lady bee was from the Sweetest Truck stamp set. I love that she stamped out the swirly trail image multiple times on the white background to form a cool pattern. She also added some boarder details to her card using the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle Overlays stand alone die.
I really love the big red heart frame die cut which is a gorgeous accent making the shaker window the focal point of her card!