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I love the Distress Oxide inks in rainbow colours which were blended onto a white card panel through the Cyber Wallpaper stencil. On this card Ashley die-cut two small holes so that she could later hide two nickels behind with a popped up base to make the two cute puppies shake and dance around!
As per the puppies, the disco ball and dance floor images are all from the Fun Night Out stamp set. The cute pups shake around with this simple mechanism and they look super cute! Such a clever idea from Ashley!
Check out this card in action below, and head over to our YouTube Channel to watch in detail how this card was created!
Thank you Ashley for this inspiration! This interactive card is just too cute!!
Hi All! We’d like to remind everyone that we are relocating! We’re in the middle of moving our company to Vancouver, Canada! We will be ready to accept orders from you again at our new location starting on 6 Jan 2020. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused and we look forward to continuing to do business with you all in Vancouver!
She blended three different shades of yellow of Distress Oxide Inks onto a white card panel. I like how show left a portion of white space to create a focal point in the centre of the card.
Images from the Lucky Break stamp set were stamped out in Copic-friendly black ink, and coloured in with Copic markers. The images were adhered to the card panel with foam squares to give them more dimensions. I love how she made the bear themed slot machine tilted on one side as if it was jumping together in joy with the happy little boy!
Together with the moving coins images she really created a dynamic look for the card!
She finished off the card with the special sentiment “MAY THE ODDS BE EVER IN YOUR FAVOR”, and some matching color sequins! Check out her video tutorial on our YouTube channel and give it a LIKE!
Thank you Ashley for this inspiration! I totally love how vibrant and dynamic this card looks!
I love the way she masked-off the card to create a triangular shaped spotlight with a rainbow color blend just below the disco ball! For this middle portion of the card, she chose Distress Oxide inks Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Faded Jeans, Shaded Lilac and Wilted Violet. She then blended the rest of the card using Spun Sugar and Wilted Violet. On top of that she did another layer of blending using Spun Sugar with the Rain of Hearts stencil!
I love how she stamped out 3 puppies and put them side by side. Love the colors and the gel pen detailing on the puppies. They look super cute with the slider mechanism! Check out the card in action below!
The sentiment, sequins and music notes gave the card the perfect finishing touches!
Thank you so much Debby. I love the layered blending on this card!
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A big hello to all crafty friends! Today Ashley E. has in store a super bright and colourful card to share with you all!
Ashley’s card showcases the cool DJ Kitty from the Fun Night Out stamp set. The image was colored with Copic markers and die cut using its coordinating Fun Night Out coordinating dies. I love the rainbow hue she has for her background. It is so vibrant and striking.
Masking out the bottom half of the card, she used Distress Oxides in Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, Lucky Clover, Salty Ocean, and Wilted Violet for blending the upper portion of the card. I love how she colored the kitty’s mohawk and sunglasses in rainbow hue as well, and they blend cohesively with the background.
The bold black sentiment pops up nicely in the white area. The white heat embossed words “SHAKE” and the little music notes are just the perfect accessories to add to spice up the background.
Thanks so much Ashley for this dramatically good looking card!
Lynnea started by blending the background using Distress Oxide ink, Hickory Smoke. Then she used Fired Brick to do the snow flakes with our Crystal Snowflakes stencil.
She mainly chose both red-tone and warm grey for her images from the Rabbit Café stamp set, to make them coordinate with the background seamlessly.
She decided to make the little shop a Coffee Shop and added the sentiment “STAY SWEET” to finish off her card. Who wouldn’t love a hot coffee in the cold snowy weather! She also added a bunch of silvery gems which makes her card even more charming!