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Hey there! I’m back today with another In the Background card and video. AND, adding another card to my Christmas stash :)
Today’s video will show you how I made this diagonal gingham pattern with a stencil and ink. You can also see the video HERE on YouTube and I hope you’ll subscribe to my channel :)
I started with a piece of Primitive White Card Stock and taped it down to my grid paper, then taped down Diagonal Stripes Stencil and sponged on Sno Cone Ink with my handy-dandy dauber. I think turned my stencil 90 degrees and sponged again to create the pattern.
To create my card, I started with a Primitive White Card Stock base. Then I trimmed down my just-stenciled paper, matted it with silver glitter paper and popped them both up on the base on foam. I added three layers of Winter Wreath Die-namics, cut from metallic silver paper, adhered a Sno Cone Card Stock bow, and Copic-colored clear gems for “berries”. The sentiment, from DC Ornament Banner Builder, was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with silver embossing powder, then popped up, as well.
A sentiment from Seasonal Sentiments was stamped on the inside with Steel Gray Ink.
And that’s it! Thanks so much for stopping by! See you soon!
Stamps: DC Ornament Banner Builder, Seasonal Sentiments (MFT)
Ink: Sno Cone Ink, Steel Gray Ink (MFT); Versamark
Paper: Primitive White Card Stock, Sno Cone Card Stock (MFT); silver metallic card stock; glitter paper
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Winter Wreath Die-namics, Diagonal Stripes Stencil (MFT); foam tape, silver embossing powder, anti-static powder, heat tool, clear gems, Copic marker
Gorgeous as always and looking forward to watching your video, love the wreath.ReplyDelete
Now that looked so easy.... I'm going to have to try that, Thanks!ReplyDelete
Love how easily you created that background. Very pretty card.ReplyDelete
Great video...loved how you made the background and 3d wreath.ReplyDelete
Hey, why is it that you return the embossing powder back to the jar and set it aside???
Ooohhhh!! I just LOVE this card. Simply put....gorgeous! Thank you for sharing the video.ReplyDelete