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Have you seen the January release from LDRS Creative? It is a fantastic one filled with critters, flowers, tags and a whole lot of color! Today I am sharing the You Color My World stamps and dies. This is such a fun set and perfect for many occasions. So let’s make a card.
- You Color My World stamps & dies
- Diagonal Stitched Postage Frames Slimline
- A2 1/4” Strip Dies
- A2 Diagonal Stitched Frames
- Circles 3 Layering Stencil
- Raven Hybrid Ink
- Kiss Me Red Hybrid Ink
- Lantern Yellow Hybrid Ink
- Tangerine Dream Hybrid Ink
- Four Leaf Hybrid Ink
- Bali Blue Hybrid Ink
- Colored card stock
- Neenah Classic Crest 110lb
- Paper Trimmer
- Embossing Powder
- Telescopic Embossing Powder Tool
- Versamark Watermark Ink
- Heat Tool
- Cut, score and fold an A2 card base from Neenah Classic Crest 110lb.
- Cut two 4.25” x 5.5” white panels.
- Die-cut one using the largest A2 Stitched Frame dies.
- Using the A2 1/4” Strip Die cut strips of rainbow colors. This is a great way to use up scrap card stock. Cut each of your colors twice.
- Adhere these strips to the plain white card stock in rainbow order. I used liquid glue.
- Now using the smallest of the A2 Stitched Frames, line up the frame with the rainbow panel and die-cut.
- Using the Circles 3 Stencils sponge white pigment over the rainbow panel.
- Now, using the You Color My World stamps, stamp the sentiment and paint brush in Raven Hybrid Ink.
- The paint swatch was stamped using all of the rainbow colors.
- Color the handle on the paint brush and the word rainbow with alcohol markers.
- Add some Glossy Accents to the paint stripe and the band on the handle, allow to dry.
- Arrange your elements to your liking, the sentiment and paint brush can be popped up on foam tape.
- Adhere all elements and add a few gems
That’s it the card is done. I hope this inspires you to check out the new release. I would love it if you subscribe to my blog or follow me on Instagram @expressivepaper http://www.Instagram/expressivepaper
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