10.2.16

On your wedding Window card

This card is simple yet elegant, perfect for wedding cards.





I started with a 5" square card.
I die cut a circle in the middle of the front panel of the card.
I cut a 4.5" square of white cardstock and cut the same circle in the middle
I die cut a scallop circle nested with the same circle to make a frame.
I adhered the scallop frame with liquid glue. I did this first to avoid liquid glue on the plastic later on.
I adhered the plastic to the back side of the front panel with tape, and hided the adhesive with the 4.5 panel aligning the circle.
I stamped "on your wedding" with black ink.

For the flower:
I removed the static from a piece of white cardstock.
I stamped the rose and the petals with clear sticky ink, and heat embossed them with white embossing powder.
I colored with pink and green markers.

Supplies:






Hugs & Kisses,
Majoeva

1.2.16

Pearlized effect 2 ways

These Christmas cards with blue metallic effect can be achieved in two ways:


1) Distress ink + perfect pearls


After heat embossing the snowflakes in white, I applied salty ocean ink with a broad water brush. I then sprayed with perfect pearls mist and let it air dry.

2) Metallic gelato


I rubbed the metallic gelato over the white heat embossed image, and used water and a brush to blend. I burnished it with a sponge, and cleaned the excess with a paper towel.

Supplies for both cards:









Additional Supplies for the card using distress ink:






Additional Supplies for the card using gelatos:


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