Creating subtle interest on cards and other projects is easy with the amazing products from Imagine and Tsukineko. I have been experimenting and creating purple background ombre effects using VersaFine Clair and Memento Luxe ink pads as well as some older favorites like Creative Medium and All-Purpose Inks. Take a look at how to make this card.
Time: 30 minutes
Use a jumbo dauber and blend a pattern through a stencil using Memento Luxe Sweet Plum.
Continue the same pattern using a darker shade of ink like Memento Luxe Elderberry.
The blending creates a perfect ombre effect going from light to dark. Did you know that Memento Luxe has superior blending qualities? It makes for the most amazing blended effects with its creamy effortless application.
Add a slight shimmer to the blended effect by adding Creative Medium in Shimmer over the blended pattern.
To create a shade of purple, mix a couple of drops of All-Purpose Ink in Orchid Odyssey into the Creative Medium.
Paint the colored Creative Medium over the pattern and leave to dry. The end result is a subtle shade of purple removing the bright white background, but also adding a beautiful shimmer to the card.
Use VersaFine Clair Monarch and stamp the “Good Vibes” sentiment onto white cardstock and cut it out.
Stamp the sentiment again but directly onto the stenciled background and sprinkle with glitter embossing powder. Heat set the embossing powder to give a beautiful shimmering sentiment on the shimmering background.
Layer the stamped sentiment slightly off-set from the embossed sentiment onto the card using foam tape for added dimension. The embossed sentiment below makes the stamped sentiment really stand out and creates loads of interest. Add irRESISTible Neon Purple splats to finish off your card.
- Craft Mat
- Memento Luxe – Elderberry, Sweet Plum
- Creative Medium – Shimmer
- All-Purpose Ink – Orchid Odyssey
- VersaFine Clair – Monarch
- Jumbo Dauber
- irRESISTible Texture Spray – Electric Purple
- Cardstock – White
- Kaisercraft – Good Vibes stamp
- Sewing machine
- Jowilna Nolte – stencil
- Embossing Powder
- Heat Gun