Hello and welcome back!! I hope everyone is enjoying their Fourth of July. I have a new project and video to celebrate this holiday.
I started off by stamping our three step Wave using our Blues Dye Ink Layering Collection (Blue Diamond, Cobalt Breeze and Parisian Blue). Then I blended the negative space surrounding the wave using our Sky Blue Dye Ink Layering Collection (Cali Blue, Azurite and Deep Sapphire) and True Navy Dye Ink. For my blending, I used a Clarity stencil brush.
Once my panel was stamped and blended, I applied my heat gun to the panel to ensure all the ink was dried for embossing. Once the panel was dried, I prepped it with some antistatic powder. Then I stamped several fireworks stamps from our Pyrotechnics set onto the background of the panel with some embossing ink. Then I embossed the images using several glitter embossing powders (Silver Glitter from Zing, Blue Glitter from Wow, Red and Gold Tinsel from Ranger and our Rose Gold Embossing Powder).
Once my embossing was complete, I used the same silver glitter embossing powder for my banner. Next I stamped the holiday sentiment right into the banner and die cut it using the coordinating die. Next I trimmed about 1/8 of inch from each side of my stamped panel. Lastly, I adhered the panel onto a top folding A2 base and then popped up my sentiment to complete my card.
To celebrate we’re having our first ever discount!
If you spend over $200 (after all discounts and before shipping/taxes), we will add one of the following stamps (see below for qualifying stamps) to your order for free. You must include the name of the set in the notes section prior to checking out.
- Toned Squares, 6×8 Set
- Waterfall, 6×8 Set
- Nesting Peonies, 4×6 Set
- Watercolor Wreath, 4×6 Set
- Sparklers Alpha, 4×6 Set
This promotion is valid until July 6 at 11:59PM EST. This promotion does not apply to prior orders. This promotion does not apply to out of stock items or backordered items.
Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope everyone is having a safe and fun filled day on this Fourth of July.