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!
Ashley applied Deco Foil Transfer Gel to a white card base with the Rain of Hearts stencil and allowed it to dry. Once dried, rose gold foil was placed overtop and the paper + foil were sandwiched between some parchment paper before being run through a laminator.
The bold and bright colors on this card are just awesome! The color green immediately pops to mind when it comes to Matcha. I love how she used matching green beads and a green scalloped backer panel to build her scene.
She also added some other cute images from the set and little pieces of hearts to decorate her card. And of course, the matching sentiment, “We’re a Matcha Made in Heaven” is the perfect final touch. Check out her step by step video over on our YouTube Channel!
Thank you Jo for your bright and beautiful shaker card!
I love that she had both the cute bear server and the little girl looking out the window of the truck.
She blended her background using Mustard See, Spiced Marmalade and Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide Inks. These colors go cohesively with her colored images. I love how she masked of a portion on the panel while blending to leave a thick white boarder for some bold contrast.
She then white heat embossed the Happy Birthday sentiment with on black cardstock.
For some final touches, she stamped the tiny starts and hearts in matching inks to create a tone-on-tone effect. She also added some glossy accents over the windows of the truck for some shimmer and shine!
Thank you Anja for sharing this sweet creation! A clean and simple card is always the best!
I just love this card so much! Ashley used the Rain of Hearts stencil and alcohol ink for her background. I love how the hearts are subtly appearing from the blue inked background. The background really mimics the look of the deep blue sea.
She gave the mermaid in green a rose, as if she’s going to give it to the sick mermaid as a present, so cute!
I love the way she coloured the hair on both mermaids, so detailed. The jewel embellishments give the card some great finishing touches.
Head over to our YouTube Channel and check out Ashley’s video tutorial on this card!
Thank you so much Ashley for this gorgeous creation! And a big welcome to the Penguin Palace Creative Team!