Today I’m making some cards for Tupelo Designs LLC. With the Holiday’s approaching, I’ll be making many sets of Cards so that I can give them as gifts. You’ll be seeing many more of these, that’s for sure. I decide to make a set of 4 and I made my own background paper using the Penny Black’s Blips background stamp with Rangers Dye inks. Rangers Dye inks are very bright and I love the colors they offer. I thought it would be fun to make different color backgrounds with the same stamped image. When you are mass producing cards, it’s easier to do it in assembly style. I first prepared all the card stocks that I’ll be using: 4 card bases (110lb Neenah), 4 black mats, 4 background paper, etc….
I’m using the Wplus9 stamp set, Wishing you and I chose out the 2 bunnies that has the back toward us. I stamped out 4 of them in a 2 1/2″ circle and colored them using my Copic Markers. This is going to be very clean and simple. It’s best to keep it that way, so that you can create these cards pretty fast. I then assembled everything together. I did not put a sentiment to these cards, because I like to add them later, depending on who I’m giving these too. You can also stamp multiple sentiments on a separate piece and give them together. Then they can choose which sentiment they want to use, and just attach it to the card. I hope you like this clean and simple card set and I thank you guys so much for stopping by. Be sure to subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. All the supplies I used will be located below, if you’re interested in any of the supplies I used today. Thanks again and I’ll catch you guys next time.
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Today I’m making a card for Tupelo Designs LLC and I’ll be doing some Masking techniques using different products. The stamp set I’ll be using is this super adorable ghosts from Lawn Fawn, Booyah set and the starry backdrop set. First I stamped out the ghosts in MFT’s Black hybrid licorice ink and colored them using my Copic markers. I then applied the Triple Thick brush on gloss on the ghosts using a paint brush. I loved the fact that it covered the area super quickly. I let it dry completely, so that it’ll resist any inking or embossing I’ll be doing on top. I needed my masking paper to mask the ghosts so I can create a moon behind the ghosts. I could not find my Inkadinkado masking paper that I normally use for all my masking anywhere. I remembered that I saw someone using contact paper, Shelf liner as a masking paper so I decided to try it out with some left over shelf liner I had. To my surprise, it worked beautifully. I was super happy that it worked. I cut out a circle and placed it over the ghost and stamped out the starry backdrop using versamark, embossed it using White embossing powder. I wanted to create a night sky, so I covered the whole area using Chipped sapphire and black soot. After making my night sky, I peeled off the shelf liner to reveal the circle, which will be my moon. I used Fossilized amber distress ink to color in my moon. The Ghosts will resist the ink because it has been covered with the Triple thick, which is very similar to glossy accents. I stamped out the sentiment on a black card stock with the same white embossing powder and attached it to the bottom of the night sky. I hope you like this card and found this video helpful for different masking techniques. I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks again. Please visit the store for all the supplies I used on this card.
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- Tagged background, Copic Markers, distress, DT Card, Ghosts, Lawn Fawn, masking, Night sky, Stars, Triple thick, Tupelo Designs LLC