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Each week some of the Art With Heart team are joining the Colour Creations Blog Hop to bring you creative inspiration to showcase our range of 50+ gorgeous Stampin’ Up! colours.
Week 40 – Rich Razzleberry
You may be thinking, what on earth is she using the Waves of Inspiration bundle for this hop when we are featuring Rich Razzleberry, right?!! Well, I wanted to try something a little different.
My card uses pink tones of Rich Razzleberry and Fresh Freesia, and doesn’t it give a different vibe?!!!
I started with a Rich Razzleberry card base (29.7cm x 10.5cm, scored at 14.85cm). The Basic White insert (14.3cm x 10cm) was placed in the Stamparatus. I inked the wave image in Fresh Freesia then took a dauber and added some Rich Razzleberry ink to get some variation happening, then stamped it onto the card. I always use the Stamparatus for this, as I could line up the wave image perfectly if I needed to add more colour. I glued this to the inside of my card.
The Fresh Freesia layer is the same size as the insert and I placed this in the centre of the card front without glue. Sit it on the Cut & Emboss Machine with the Stitched Rectangle die. I place a tiny bit of Washi tape to hold the die in place as I run it through the machine. This cuts the stitched rectangle in the card front.
Are you wondering how I got that stamped texture on the Freesia frame? I stamped it with the wave stamp in Fresh Freesia ink! Isn’t it a cool effect?
The wave dies are cut in Basic White. One of them I placed (without glue) on the inside of the card at the base of the stamped wave. Carefully closing the card, I could see where I would need to apply glue. You can see this in this image below. The second wave die cut is placed on the card front in the same manner and trimming a little off the ends so it doesn’t hang over, before adhering the Freesia frame over the top.
The next step was to stamp the sentiments and die cut them with the label dies from the same bundle. The one on the front didn’t quite reach, so I cut a strip of Rich Razzleberry card and threaded it through so it could be adhered to the card front. I repeated the process for the Happy Birthday on the inside. The clouds and birds were also die cut and added with Multipurpose glue and some Basic Rhinestone Jewels added, because you can never have too much bling!
Has my card today inspired you to create with non-traditional colours for the waves?!!
I case’d this idea from a card I saw by Seeing Ink Spots, but I changed it up a little adding the die cut waves.
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Thanks for dropping by. All the products used tonight are linked at the end of this post!
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