Hey everyone! I hope y'all had a great weekend! It feels like Monday here since yesterday was a holiday for us Canadians (Happy belated Thanksgiving! I hope y'all ate well - I know I did).
Anywho - I came down with another cold (big surprise) however I took some time while the Turkey was cooking to make these cards. They're technically too late for last week's Color Throwdown Challenge which was:
However you can still check out what the rest of the team made as well as all the participants HERE <------click! for inspiration! There will be a new challenge up tomorrow!
SO - I showed the Simon Says Stamp Sketched Flowers set in my last haul video. I had it sitting here on my desk since it arrived and all the supplies and whatnot I wanted to use since it was for this challenge. Therefor these cards came together rather quickly:
I used 3 different Ranger Alcohol Inks on white Yupo paper, then used Rangers Alcohol Lift Ink and the large floral image to lift the alcohol color off the Yupo, then stamped it onto the white card stock. Basically getting 2 cards in one.
Also if you missed the last post and video I did using Alcohol Lift Ink you can find that here:
I used Simon's Frames wafer dies to die cut both card fronts, and inlaid a frame die cut from Simon's Sapphire Glitter card stock. I also added a bunch of bling using Studio Katia crystals in colors for the challenge 😍.
I finished off the insides of the card by stamping the large floral image with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide ink and then stamped sentiments from the set with Simon's Intense Black ink and that was it!
To see how these cards came together check out my video below:
Or watch in HD over on YouTube HERE <------click!
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