Radiant Neon Happy Birthday

by Linda

AIR #1 January 2014 Radiant Neons 2 wm

Supplies:

  • IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko: Radiant Neons Pigment Ink in Electric Yellow, Electric Green and Electric Blue; Sponge Daubers; Fireworks! Craft Spray: Dandelion, Pear Tart, Bahama Blue
  • Spellbinders: Grand Calibur Machine; Birds On A Wire,  Celebration Shapeabilities Die D-Lites; Diamond Fleur de Lis Spellbinders M-Bossabilities folder
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L:E-Z Adhesive Runner
  • Miscellaneous: black cardstock, blue cardstock, scissors, liquid glue, cutting tool

Directions:
2014-01-06 AIR #2 January 2014 Radiant Neons wm copy

Step 1. Using Radiant Neon in Electric Yellow and a Sponge Dauber, apply colour randomly onto white cardstock.

Step 2. Using Radiant Neon in Electric Green and a Sponge Dauber, apply colour randomly onto white cardstock.

Step 3. Using Radiant Neon in Electric  Blue and a Sponge Dauber apply colour randomly onto white cardstock.

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Step 4. Spritz the inked card with Fireworks Spray in Dandelion, followed by Pear Tart and Bahama Blue.

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Step 5. Emboss using the Diamond Fleur de Lis M-Bossabilities folder

AIR #1 January 2014 Radiant Neons - Close Up 2 wm

Step 6.  Layer embossed image onto black card.

Step 7. Attach to card base using E-Z Adhesive Runner.

Step 8.  Cut two Birds On A Wire Shapeabilities Die D-Lites from black cardstock.

Step 9. Adhere to layered card base as shown in the photo using liquid glue.

AIR #1 January 2014 Radiant Neons - Close Up 1 wm

Step 10. Cut one Celebration Shapeabilities Die D-Lites from black cardstock.

Step 11. Adhere to lower edge of the card using liquid glue.

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