Hello everyone. Creative Team Member Amanda with you today sharing a fun card that’s got a bit of a masculine feel. Those cards can be very difficult to create so I am excited to share this with you.
I started with an A2 size panel and my bold stripes stencil. I used peacock feathers distress oxide ink and a blending brush and spritzed it with water.
After not falling in love with the stripes for this design, I turned my stencil and tried adding scattered straw distress ink of a plaid look. Not a good combo…so I added stormy sky over the top of the scattered straw and loved the look it gave. (Lesson here…if you don’t like something at first, keep trying and definitely walk away for a while before you trash it. This has saved me many a time!)
Next, I put it in my splatter box and flicked some watered down black acrylic paint all over it.
Next, I pulled out the hello topper set and die cut it from black and the words from a gray-ish blue that matches the inks I blended with. I did not like how dark the bottom of the card was so I tried switching it out for white.
Ahhh, much better. Next, I die cut 3 more hellos and glued them all together. I pushed them into my embossing ink pad, covered the whole word with clear embossing powder and heated it up. I added 3 layers of that for a rounded glossy look and glued the words in place.
Last, I stamped a small sentiment from the lovely butterflies stamp set below the hello die cuts.
I think this card has great texture and awesome colors. It would be great for anyone and you could easily change the whole look with different colors of ink.
I hope you found some inspiration to try create something wonderful. I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day.
May 30, 2020 — 10:32 am
Great tutorial thank you for sharing