Yesterday, I shared 3 cards created with the Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set and the Tutti-Fruitti Cards and Envelopes. The Tutti-Fruitti Cards and Envelopes are a free item available with a $50 purchase during Sale-a-Bration. You can easily mix & match the products used on all of the cards and I’ve provided a complete supply list at the end of this post.
This is the final card in the series and features a layout from CAS(e) this Sketch.
I started with a card base from the Tutti-Fruitti cards in Pool Party. Next, I cut a 2″ x 5″ strip of Picture Perfect Birthday Designer Series Paper and punched the end with the banner punch. The sentiment was stamped in Versamark on Basic Black card stock, then sprinkled with White Emboss Powder before being heated with the heat tool. Once cool to the touch, the sentiment was punched with the Starburst punch. I added a bit of the Lemon-Lime striped ribbon to the back before adhering it to the front of the card with dimensionals. As a final accent, I added a few metallic enamel shapes to the front of the card.
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Well, this is my final card with the Magical Day stamp set that I’ll be sharing this week. Although, I definitely think I’ll have to revisit it again soon. The dragon from today’s card was actually created using leftovers from the first 2 cards. Once I was finished with my Brusho block (see the video here), I swirled the remaining colors together and stamped onto a scrap of watercolor paper. The result was a mottled blue-green-yellow that easily reminded me of dragon skin. So, I decided to stamp the dragon image with Black Memento ink over the watercolor paper, then die-cut. A little bit of shading was added with some of the Stampin’ Blends. I did the same thing to create the flames, except I used a combination of the red and yellow Brushos.
The background paper and the strips of paper are from the Myths & Magic Specialty Designer Series Paper. I also used a strip of the Myths & Magic Glimmer paper to add a fun pop of shimmer. The greeting is from the Perennial Birthday stamp set and was stamped in Dapper Denim ink, then cut apart to fit properly.
You’ll find the complete list of supplies below.
Today, I’m sharing another card featuring the Magical Day stamp set. If you missed the video from yesterday, be sure to check it out to see how this background effect was created with Brusho Crystal Color. SEE THE VIDEO HERE
The real star of this card is the unicorn. Don’t you just love this whimsical image? I colored the unicorn with Stampin’ Blends and topped it with Clear with of Stella for shimmer. The front of the card features a peek-a-boo die cut, so that the unicorn is actually on the inside of the card.
The greeting and sparkles were stamped directly over the watercolor wash background with Black Memento ink.
If you have already fallen for the Magical Day stamp set, be sure to add it to your next order. The purchase of the Magical Day bundle qualifies you for FREE Sale-a-Bration item! This is a great time to add the Magical Day stamp set and coordinating dies to your stamp collection.
We cannot wait to see this week’s entries!
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