look who is turning one

22 Apr 2018
Renee Lynch Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Australia

Happy birthday to a sweet little girl.
This super cute little card I created for a special little girl in my life.

Don't you just love the Designer series paper (DSP) in the background?
 It's called whole lot of lovely and I really enjoyed playing with it. Get in quick if you love it as much as me because its retiring! shop online right HERE. Don't forget to use my April Hose code PB6G9VNJ

First I stamped the one in blushing bride ink on whisper white card and cut
 it out using the large number framrlits. (Also retiring.... gasp!)
I then used dementionals to stick it to the largest stitched circle cut out of whisper white,
which I had stamped the look who's turning on.
I layered the white circle onto a pool party scalloped circle and used
dementionals to mount the on to the DSP. Finally the flowers and leaves were die cut using the Bigshot and placed on the side. To finish it off a few pearls and a bow of course.

This is the inside of the card


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19 Apr 2018
Renee Lynch Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Australia

Thanks for joining me today for Facebook live, if you missed it you can see it HERE on my page.
I love this technique using gloss card stock and versa mark ink for a resist look. I show you all the details in my video but ill talk you through it quickly step by step.

First the measurements 
Whisper white thick card base 14.9cm x 10.5cm
Berry burst 13.9cm x 9.5cm
Gloss cardstock 13.5 x 9.1cm
Inner layers 
Berry Burst 7.5cm x 5.5cm
Shimmery white card 7.2cm x 5.2cm

 Stamp your image on gloss white cardstock in versamark clear ink. Leave it to dry for a few hours for best results.
Then once the ink is dry just sponge over the top with any colour ink you desire. 
I choose to use Berry Burst. Sponge in a circular motion and keep adding layers of ink until you get the desired depth of colour.

I then stamped the flowers in Night Of Navy and coloured them in using night of navy Stampin' Blends and a Blender pen with Berry Burst ink.
The sentiment I also stamped in Night of Navy on Berry burst card and punched it out with a 1" circle punch. I layered the shimmery white card on Berry burst with a 3 mm boarder. 

The next step I did differently on each card. The first card I cut a scalloped circle out of Night of Navy card and tucked it behind the panel
With the second card I attached the ribbon to the back side of this panel using tear and tape. ( To see how I did this watch the video)
To make the bow I wrapped the ribbon around four of my fingers and secured it in the middle with the gold library clip.
I finished off the card  attaching the panel and sentiment with dimensionals and added glitter enamel dots.

Renee xx 

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