Fill It In Classic Numbers

Hello, crafty friends! Hope you and your family are doing well. It’s TaeEun here today sharing a birthday card featuring our latest lily stamps: Lovely Lily and Lily Bloom as the main image. But I especially wanted to showcase the awesome Fill It In Classic Numbers stamp set by The Ton today.

Fill it In Classic Numbers

The Fill It In Classic Numbers stamp set includes two sets of numbers in a classic font. One set of them has an open line in it which you could fill with Month or the day of the week. I filled the space with a sentiment I chose from Layered Floral Alphas that fits perfectly in the open space!

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To start off I stamped the Lovely Lily and Lily Bloom  in a light ink on a watercolor paper panel and colored the lilies using Mijello Mission Gold watercolor. I added a bit of Payne’s gray in the background and let the panel dry.

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I gold heat embossed the number 5 and 0 with the open space on a strip of vellum and stamped the sentiment from Layered Floral Alphas in Noir filling in the open line of the numbers. To avoid smudging the ink I applied embossing ink on the space where I stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it in a clear embossing powder.

I cut the colored panel using a Double Stitched rectangle die, adhered the vellum strip of the back of the panel and foam mounted the panel on a gray cardbase. I finished off the card with some Glass Slippers sequins.

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Thank you so much for looking my card today! I hope I could inspire you with my card!

Have a great day!



Alcohol Ink Coloring on the Lovely Lily

Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a great week so far!  It’s TaeEun here today sharing a card featuring the Lovely Lily stamp set. I couldn’t resist coloring the big flower using alcohol ink 🙂 ! I’ve also made a video of my coloring process.

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I stamped the Lovely Lily on an alcohol ink cardstock in Vanilla Frosted Cupcake ink to get an idea how it would look before adding the alcohol ink to create the background.

I sprayed rubbing alcohol on the alcohol ink cardstock and dropped Sunshine Yellow and Copic Refill Y06 on it. I blended the colors by blowing with a Marker Spritzer tool. I repeated the process till I was happy with the result. I then let the panel dry.

I stamped the Lovely Lily again in an embossing ink and heat embossed it in gold. I then started coloring the lily by dropping the Copic Refill Y06, Y19 and the alcohol ink in Valencia. I moved the inks to blend by tilting the panel. Small areas were colored using a micro applicator. I added lots of golden splatters on the background and a bit on the lily and let the panel dry. I hope the coloring process video could help you understand how I colored the image 🙂 . You can watch it here or on YouTube. The light in my video setting isn’t optimal, so the colors are a bit dull. Sorry about that.

I mounted the colored panel flat on a white cardbase and added the sentiments using some foam adhesives.

The sentiment was stamped and cut using the Layered Floral Alphas stamp set and the coordinating die. The letters were gold heat embossed and the florals were stamped in Lemon Drop, Amber Citrine, Soft Garden and Bright Fern. For the small sentiments I stamped the words from Basic Labels set in Lemon Drop and Coralline hybrid ink in an ombre fashion.

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I colored a small piece of alcohol ink cardstock in Valencia, gold heat embossed a butterfly from Beautiful Butterflies 1 stamp set on it and cut it using the coordinating die. I added the butterfly to the card and embellished it with two golden sequins from Pink Cosmo Twist and Princess Glam Couture Mix.

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That’s it from me! Hope you enjoyed looking my card and the video!

Have a crafty day and stay healthy!