Thursday, 10 May 2018

Mother's day cards + resist technique

Hello everyone!

Devika here..Apologies for not being able to make a post last time, I hope you missed me :p
I am back today with a couple of greeting cards for this Mother's Day! :D

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Card 1: You inspire me

  • Smoosh the ink pad on white cardstock. Make sure to cover all the area, no white spot of the cardstock should be left.
  • Apply a darker shade of the same ink just to add depth to your card.
  • Let it dry completely.
  • Prep your inked cardstock with anti static powder and stamp the image from the "Floral penny" stamp set with the 1st shade of the ink you put on the cardstock.
  • Sprinkle clear embossing powder and heat set it.
  • Time for some magic ;)
  • Use plain, clear water with watercolour brush and paint on the petals of the stamped image.
  • The water lifts up the ink and you get a sort of a bleached image.
  • Put more water to get more bleached colour but don't overdo it or the cardstock will peel as it's not water cardstock.
  • Put this panel on another white cardstock, heat emboss the sentiment with Butterscotch embossing powder on black coloured cardstock and paste it onto the card.
  • Creat a thin strip of Butterscotch colour by heat embossing the embossing powder on thin strip of white cardstock.
  • Stamp the sentiment from the "Fancy Sentiments" stamp set with Tubby craft jet black ink pad.

Adhere everything together and you have a stunning, vibrant card to gift your mother this Mother's day!!

Card 2: You are extra ordinary

Many crafters couldn't make the card which I uploaded last time as they didn't have finger daubers/blending this video is a TREAT for them.

Use the ink pad itself to make the background.
Hop on to the video for the full tutorial.

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I hope you all loved the inspirations this week for "Mother's day."

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Happy crafting <3

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