A Card Full of Love

Hello,

Today's card is my homework for Spring Card Camp 2 at Online Card Classes. I've combined Day 4 and Day 7 - Make a statement with sentiments, and Vellum overlay :)


I started by creating the ink blended background. I've used Picked Raspberry and Salty Ocean distress inks for the blending. I love the indigo shade where they overlap. I then took Altenew Chevron stencil, misted it with water and placed over the ink blended panel. I left it for a couple of minutes for the design to show through and lifted the stencil. I then wanted a little more interest and ended up misting the entire panel with a fine water spray. But I lost the stencil look it became subtle. You can see the chevron very lightly in the background if you observe closely! 


I then die-cut 2 pieces of grid from Studio Katia's grid cover die - once using white cardstock and once from vellum. On the white cardstock, I cut out the grid part and used only the frame, and attached the vellum grid die-cut behind the white frame. I've adhered this over the ink blended background. The vellum overlay is a beautiful technique and I'm loving it :)


My next step involves a lot of die-cutting! I've used the 'love' sentiment die from Heffy Doodle and die-cut from white cardstock 15 times - 3 layers for each word in the design. I layered them on top of each other and attached for a thick dimension. I then die-cut 5 more words from different colored cardstocks, in the same color order as my ink blended background. I loved the ombre effect. I placed the colored sentiment die-cut over the white stacked sentiment, by offsetting it a little, so that the white shows through! This little offset makes a big difference when the sentiment is placed over the busy inked background. I gave a generous coating of Wink of Stella glitter over each die-cut and one layer of glossy accents. This is one of my favorite techniques these days and I love the shimmer!


Once the 5 die-cuts were adhered to the grid panel, I stamped and white heat embossed the sentiment from black cardstock. The 'Sending you' is from Altenew's Sentiment Strips stampset and 'A Card Full of Love' is from Heffy Doodles' Bots of Love stampset. I felt this sentiment was perfect for the repeating 'love' design! I adhered the 2 sentiments using foam tape and that completes my card :)


Thank you for stopping by, hope you like my card! Do let me know your feedback! Have a nice day :)

Comments

  1. Such a beautiful card, loved reading how you made it. The vellum overlay looks interesting. Oh my, you cut the die cut so many times. Glossy accents gives a lovely look.

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    1. Thank you so much for dropping by and reading the details 😊 It was a lot of die cutting but I loved the stacked effect!

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  2. Awesome card. Fun design and colors. Love the touch of glitter. Thanks for sharing over at Crafty Sentiments.

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  3. Wonderful card! Thanks for joining our Anything Goes Challenge at Lil Patch of Crafty Friends. I hope join us again real soon!
    Hugs, Joy
    Joyfully Stamps
    Lil Patch of Crafty Friends, Owner/Coordinator

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  4. This is great! Love the ombre effect,

    Thanks for sharing over at Creative Moments,

    Hugz Tinz

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    1. Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at The Unicorn Challenge Blog for our "Use dies" challenge.

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  5. This is FABulous! Thanks so much for sharing with us in the Happy Little Stampers May Anything Goes With Dies challenge! We appreciate you joining us!
    Hugs,
    Leslie, HLS Dies Team
    Love To Scrap 2

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  6. Fabulous card! you've been very creative :-) .... thanks for sharing with the Polkadoodles challenge this week, hugs Nelly Dt x

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  7. Beautiful card and love the blended background.Thank you for joining us at Unicorn
    Carol DT x

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  8. What a fabulous card, just love your design. Thank you for sharing your beautiful make with us over at Polkadoodles and hope you will join us again.

    Take care,
    Ann-Marie (DT)
    My Little Patch of Heaven

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  9. Love this card!! Great job!!

    Thank you for playing along with us at Lil' Patch of Crafty Friends, and please accept my sincere apologies that I am late checking out your wonderful project.

    HandmadeByTasha DT

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  10. Such a pretty card that is definitely filled with LOVE! Another gem in the Uniko gallery!
    ~carol

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  11. Beautiful Love card ! And even better when love is in colour. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Uniko.

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  12. Fabulous card and lovely ink blending too. Thanks so much for sharing and joining in on the fun at Uniko. Hugs Bev

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