Friday, October 23, 2020
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Slimline is what's new for card making. I have yet to jump on the bandwagon but this release is AMAZING and I see many more slimline cards in my future! You should have arrived from Anne Fiene's blog and the next stop is Arjita Sepaha Singh.
Floral Notes is a large stamp, die, and stencil combo that can be used in so many ways.
I started out by ink blending all my florals with steps 1, 2, 3, giving depth with a second color if needed. The image was die cut and layered over a slimline card that was ink blended with gray ink using the Horizontal Stripes Stencil. After the sentiment was stamped, a few clear drops were added.
I thought it would be fun to have a matching envelope! I did the same steps to create the envelope but had to mask off a portion of the main stamped image to create my small cluster on my envelope.
The next two cards use the main image but just portions of it for A2 sized cards.
The stamp was stamped over a standard A2 panel and then ink blended with the stencils in different colors masking off each portion as to not overlap the colors. To keep this simple, a standard stitched rectangle die was used to cut out a rectangle. This image was then inlaid back to the notecard with foam adhesive using the border as a guide. A sentiment and white gems finish this design.
This card uses just a portion of the stamped image from Floral Notes (similiar to how I stamped the envelope above). After ink blending using the stencils, the image was die cut and finished off by fussy cutting just a tiny bit.
These florals were layered over a die cut panel done with the Slim Stiched Scallop Circles Die. The note card below was Black Soot Distress Ink blended over the Horizontal Stripes Stencil. I love a good black/white card! All the elements were added with foam adhesive along with a white heat embossed sentiment.
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Peace, Love, & Joy as this season approaches.
I am sharing a card/tag combo using the Rustic Wreath stamps from Avery Elle.
Several of the groupings of flowers were stamped and Copic colored. Once done, the images from Rustic Wreath were spritzed with Clear Shimmer Spray and die cut. The images were arranged over a white trimmed panel that was scored on the sides at 1/4" for texture. The sentiment was stamped front and center. Tiny red detail with a Copic was done to the letters. This panel was added to a note card layered with pattern paper from the Holiday Collection 6x6 Paper Pack. The holiday spray images were added above and below the sentiment with foam adhesive.
I thought it would be fun to create a matching tag using the same products! Using the Holiday Circle Tags Elle-ments, the various layers were die cut and layered together with foam adhesive. The sentiment was stamped and Copic colored the same way as the card. After adding one of the small sprays of flowers, some Cherry Bakers Twine was added to the top.