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.
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I used a turning interval of 30° for my design. For my first round of inking, I used Speckled Egg on the irregular shaped cluster of hearts and Tattered Rose on the big outlined heart while jumping from one solid circle to the next. Then I used Blueprint Sketch on my second next round of inking while jumping from one outlined circle to the next.
She used one of the dies from Mountain Landscape Scene Builder dies and stencil set and cut out the mountain background using dark green cardstock. I love the shading details she added to the mountain tops using the stencil which comes in the set – super easy to do as you can see from her video!
The images from the Aloha Hawaii stamp set were coloured with Copic markers and die cut with the coordinating dies. I love that she placed the girls on action wobblers so that they can truly “hula”! So much fun!
To finish off, the punny sentiment from the Aloha Hawaii stamp set was stamped onto purple cardstock and adhered as a banner onto the card.
She combined this fun die with the use of super adorable images from the Mysterious Egypt stamp set! For the pop-up element in the centre, she blended the back panels of the polaroid with Distress oxide inks in Fossilized Amber and Dark Espresso.
I love the two mini scenes she created in these polaroid frames! She also added a few images on the base of the card to add even more interest to her card!
To finish off, she split the long sentiment from the Mysterious Egypt stamp set onto the two sentiment tabs, one of each side. What a great way to bring the two scenes of the card together!