Make your colors pop and become more vibrant by using layers of ink on top of each other and add a magical spray of Ink Potion to it. A quick resist effect and stenciling adds to this fun love inspired Valentine’s Day card in shades of red.
Time: 30 minutes
Adhere a stencil (brick design) to a piece of white cardstock. Use Sweet Plum and Love Letter Memento Luxe ink pads and blend color through the stencil.
Leave the stencil in place for this step. Use an ink blusher and a small amount of gloss texture paste and swipe it over the stencil. Using a small amount at a time will prevent the paste from seeping underneath the stencil. Carefully remove the stencil and leave to dry. Wash your stencil immediately.
Trim your stenciled panel smaller to fit onto the front of a card. Use a heart stencil and modeling paste to add a stenciled design to your background. Leave the paste to dry.
Once the paste is dry, spray Lady Bug Fireworks over the right side of the panel to add color. Mist the entire panel with Ink Potion no.9 and see how all the colors pop. The resist from the glossy paste leaves the design clear only letting the ink sit inside the open spaces adding more color in selected areas.
Use VersaFine Clair Glamorous and stamp onto white cardstock using a background design. Die-cut small and large hearts out of the stamped piece.
Ink the panel around the edges using Memento Rich Cocoa to highlight the color even more. Adhere the hearts using foam tape for dimension. Emboss a sentiment and adhere to the large heart. Add ink splats in red, white, brown and black. Finish off your card with diamante.
- Craft Mat
- On Point Glue
- VersaFine Clair – Glamorous
- Memento Dew Drop – Rich Cocoa
- Fireworks! Shimmery Craft Spray – Lady Bug
- Ink Potion No. 9
- Memento Luxe – Love Letter, Sweet Plum
- Palette Knives
- Modeling Paste
- Heart Stencil
- Brick stencil
- Kaisercraft – Sentiment
- Heart die-cuts
- Carabelle Studio – background stamp
- Watercolor paint
- Palette knife
- Heat gun
- Anna Griffin – Glossy Paste
- Foam tape
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This is gorgeous and sweet! Love the tutorial. Thanks