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 took one of the 8″ Barrels from the Sacred Lotus Stencils 360°TM set and ink blended using a turning interval of 22.5° to create this bright yellow flower!
For the base of her shaker window, she blended a sphere using The Orbit Stencils 360°TM. I love how this image mimics the centre of a sunflower!
Using the smaller 4″ stencil from the Sacred Lotus Stencils 360°TM set, she inked a few smaller sized flowers on three corners of her slimline. This was easily done even without the 360° tool. I love the contrast of the bright yellow and green!
Wow, I just love this elegant piece of art, full of fall vibes! Bobbi‘s slimline card measures 3-1/2″ wide X 8-1/2″ tall and it fits perfectly in a business-sized envelope.
First she cut out a panel of size 7″ wide X 8-1/2″ tall to do her ink blending on the Scents of Fall Stencils 360°™ to create this wreath. I love this idea since she can make a full wreath and have it appear on both the front and the back of the card – super clever!
The process of making this wreath was super simple, all you need to do is follow the markings on the new Stencils 360° and rotating the stencil at a 60° turning interval, ie. making references to every other circle on the scale! For the blending, she used Ranger Distressed Inks in Gathered Twigs (pinecones and stems), Milled Lavender (Leaves) and Rusty Hinge (pine branches).
I love the added shading on the pinecones, branches and berries with Copic coloring! It really elevates the look! More colors were added to the background using watercolor splatters in gold metallic and additional line designs wiht Copics.
The sentiment, “My deepest gratitude” from the Heartfelt Notes stamp set was heat embossed in white on a deep plum cardstock which really pops!
On the inside of the card she had two panels measuring 3-1/2″ wide X 8-1/2″ tall. These panels are adhered to cover any bleed from the Copic coloring.
On this panel, she stenciled a few pinecones and branches using Gathered Twigs with a touch of ink splatter in black which looks really beautiful! The phrase, “Heartfelt Thanks” was also from Heartfelt Notes.
To finish off her card she added a few metallic floral sequins for a little sparkle!
Thank you so much Bobbi for this magnificent creation!
She die cut 3 stitched slimline panels to create the sky and the grassy hills scene. I love the Distress Oxide ink blending on the background. She used Tumbled Glass for the sky, and Mowed Lawn and Shabby Shutters for the grassy hills.
I love the smiley trees which are built using the images from My BFF stamp set, the bunnies, flowers, butterflies and the kitty in the trolley are also from the same set.
I love that she added some cute refreshments on the table (those adorable sushis are from Never Give Up stamp set) to make the scene even more interesting! Looks like this bunch is having a great party!
She assembled her card using both liquid glue and foam tape to create a bit of dimension to the card.
She arranged her images into a super gorgeous scene. She compiled it as if these little characters are in a food fair! I really love how she used the café house from the Rabbit Cafe stamp set and turned it into a sushi stall! And she even turned the ice cream truck from The Sweetest Truck stamp set into a coffee truck serving beverages! So cute!
I also love how she had the soy sauce from the Never Give Up stamp set as one of those large inflatable things that are outside of shops and at fair grounds. She even created a tilt slider for it to wiggle back and forth attracting customers! How cool is that!
I love the way she masked the ice cream images on the original ice cream truck from The Sweetest Truck and replaced them with coffee and matcha tea images. She used the tiny coffee themed words from There’s No One Like You, and stamp them on the truck and even added the little cup of from the Rabbit Café stamp set on top of the truck!
She also added some decorative elements such as the trees and the directional signages from the Fun Adventure stamp set to make it more interesting!
Thank you so much Davina! I love that you mix and match so many cute images from the different stamp sets, and altering some of them to create this huge and fun scene!
I hope you are inspired by this awesome creation! Thanks for stopping by!