Hi everyone! It’s Jessica here and I have a fun stenciled card to share with you. I first stenciled the roses with Memento Dye inks, then I stepped it up and stenciled a second layer with shimmery embossing powder. The concept is really simple, and you don’t need a lot of supplies either, but the final effect is just so pretty! I hope you’ll enjoy this tutorial!
VersaFine Clair – Nocturne, Glamorous
Memento Dew Drop Inks – Angel Pink, Rose Bud
Blending Brushes STAMPlorations Stencils –
Faces: Pensive, Old Rose
Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Gold Glitter Cardstock
In today’s blog, Tenia Nelson hand lettered a mini heart and decorated it with Fireworks! While Martha Lucia Gomez experiments with using Fireworks! as the ink in a marbled effect with shaving cream. These projects both use Fireworks! in a subtle way but still with that extra something to their projects.
Tenia Nelson made this super fun tiny Valentine using Angel Pink Memento Marker onto Watercolor paper. She cut using a simple heart die then hand lettered the “Love You” sentiment onto heart using Tuxedo Black Memento Marker. She finished this quick project with a splatter effect using Angel Pink Fireworks! to add some texture and shimmer.
- Watercolor Paper
- Crafter’s Companion – Heart Die
Martha Lucia Gomez loves experimenting with new techniques. In this project, she decided to try the marbled look using shaving cream and ink to create a marbled effect on paper. In this case, the ink is Fireworks! Craft Spray which is water-based and produces a shimmer effect. Martha reports:
“This is really easy to do yourself. Simply take a sizable amount of shaving cream and add some drops or sprays of Fireworks. In my project, I used three different colors of Fireworks: Lilac Posies, Dandelion, and Cantaloupe. Lightly mix the colors with a stick. Pass your paper over the foam and let the mix touch the paper. Remove the excess foam with a clean scrap of paper. Let dry very well before continuing to work on the project. Stamp with any type of ink over the marbled paper.”
- Shaving Cream
- Altenew – Super Script 2 Stamp Set
This month the theme at Imagine is Heart of Gold and the color of the month is Rose … a beautiful duo! Imagine artists Mischelle Smith and Neva Cole present two lovely renditions of this theme with a surprising tri-fold card and a soft deckled-edge card. These two cards contrast each other visually with a sharp verses soft look but compliment each other in every other way sticking to the core of our theme.
Mischelle decided to take this duo and create a heartwarming card made to be put on display. This tri-panel card comes together with a little detailing and is sure to spark curiosity with its easy-on-the-eyes design. Using a corner punch, bone folder, scoring board, Mischelle crafted the tri-fold shape. Then with embossing, watercoloring and diecutting, she created a diverse composition focusing the eye on the center panel. Beautiful!
- Close To My Heart – Hello Lovely
- All About the Gold Fundamentals overlays
- Hello Lovely – Cardmaking Thin Cuts Bundle
- Watercolor paper
- Adhesive-backed gems
- Corner rounder
- Acrylic block
- White doily
- Gold metallic thread
- Foam tape
- Die cut machine
- Score board
- Bone folder
- Heat tool
Neva choose to use one of her favorite combinations for the “Heart of Gold” challenge—Delicata Golden Glitz embossed with Clear Embossing powder. Deckled edges add to the soft touch along with the whimsical hearts and sweet sentiment. A bit of Memento in Angel Pink adds just the blush of color to finish the card.
- Unity – Moon Beams and Heart Strings stamp
- Deckle edged ruler
- Dimensional foam adhesive
- Heat tool