Happy Tuesday, my crafty friends!!!
This card may look simple, but there are several techniques involved, which I thought I would try to share with you below.
First my card:
Using the Harlequin Stencil(Tim Holtz), I colored a 4 x 51/4 white card stock with Picked Raspberry Distress ink with a mini blending tool, and then cut out a circle.
I used the same Harlequin Stencil, and applied a thin layer of white embossing paste on a 4 x 51/4 white card stock. I set it aside and let dry.
I die cut the Lawn Fawn Hello three times with scraps of card stock. I glued these together to make the word Hello thick like chipboard. I "colored" a piece of white card stock with Picked Raspberry ink. Then sprinkled it with water droplets to distress it. I then cut one more Hello out of this piece, which became the the top layer.
Here is a close-up of the details:
Pretty cool, huh?
I saw a card similar to this one, from one of my favorite bloggers who is SO talented, called Jennifer McGuire. You can see her tutorial here. She shows 2 ways to make this card. I tried the hardest, but did the easiest. Hey, I tried!!!!!!!
Hope you have enjoyed my card.
Tomorrow is time for another
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Paper: Neenah Super Smooth White
Stencil: Harlequin (Tim Holtz)
Embossing Paste (Wendy Vecchi)