Using the 7 1/2 x 7 1/2″ Paper Positioner as a guide, Ashley centred her 7 1/2 x 9″ white cardstock panel in the center of the Stencils 360°TM tool. She chose a turning interval of 30° for the stencil throughout her ink blending process. This is easily achieved by making references to the ‘circle’ symbols on The Base of the tool.
She used a different colored Distress Oxide ink during each rotation, namely, Tattered Rose, Dried Marigold, Antique Linen, Bundled Sage, Stormy Sky and Dusty Concord, to create this beautiful rainbow hue on the canvas!
By cutting the big panel in half directly down the middle, she made two cards of identical size. She then further cut them using a slimline rectangle die.
On the first card, she used the Never Lose Hope die cut with some sparkly silver cardstock. To finish off, she used some small hearts die-cuts for some extra sparkle!
She kept her card clean and simple. I love the watercoloring job she did on her images, they are so bright and beautiful!
The elegant boarder details on this card panel was made using the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle die cut. I just love how the white background makes those colorful images and the boarder detail stand out!
I adore the little star image that she added to the mermaid’s laptop, which is super cute! The clear round sequins added the perfect finishing touches to this CAS card! Thanks Jo for your lovely inspiration!
Hi guys! Jo is here today to share a super fun and clever design! She used a combination of our older and newer sets to create this awesome coffee-themed shaker card! You can watch the video below or CLICK HERE to watch it on our YouTube Channel!
She used the cute little couple from The Sweetest Truck stamp set as her main characters. I love that she used the bowls from the Hot Mama stamp set to mimic the coffee cups that the couple is holding in their hands. The stacks of coffee beans are from the There’s No One Like You stamp set.
To add more dynamics to her card, she combined the steamy swirls from There’s No One Like You stamp set and adhered them on top of the coffee cups! The punny sentiment, “You’ve bean the best friend” is the ideal finishing touch to her card!
Thank you so much Jo for inspiring us today with this coffee-themed friendship card!
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I’m very excited to introduce you to our “Take a Break” stamp set. This set is so adorable. It is great for creating ‘just-because’ cards to your loved ones. I just love images of the pretty little mermaid enjoying a cup of coffee, surfing on the web eating chocolate and a slice of pizza… 😋 […]