Hey there! I felt like doing a little ink blending and coloring so I picked a couple MFT products I haven’t used yet, and sat down to create. I hope you enjoy this clean and simple card – well clean and simple my way. I haven’t used my distress oxide inks in awhile and I love the way they look on kraft cardstock.
- From scrap cardstock, die cut the Watercolor Wash Free Form Die-namics. I like to use the backer that comes in every MFT stamp set. I usually put stamps and dies in another labeled storage sleeve, but I keep the thick cardstock to use as extra layers for my card panels or die cuts.
- Use this as a stencil (yes, there is a stencil version of this, but I don’t have it. Using the die works in the same way) on a piece of kraft cardstock. Ink blend white pigment ink and Chipped Sapphire distress oxide ink around the edges. To darken the edges, ink blend Black Soot distress oxide ink.
- Next, splatter the panel generously with diluted white pigment ink and silver metallic watercolor.
- Die cut the kraft panel using the A2 Double Stitched Rectangle STAX Die-namics. Add layers from scrap cardstock.
- Matte the panel with an A2 panel of patterned paper from the Black & White Stripes paper pad.
- Adhere the panels together to an A2 card base.
- Stamp and copic color a few images from Coolest Friends. Die cut with the coordinating die-namics. Adhere the images.
- Stamp and white heat emboss a sentiment from the set on black cardstock. Trim and adhere below the images.
- Embellish the card with clear, sparkling sequins all around the panel.
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