Hello everyone! It’s Galina. Today I’m sharing 3 cards featuring a little cute stamp set – Star Date from the Last Chanse section. Don’t forget to take a look at this section, there are a lot of nice deals and once they are gone they are gone.
How I made my cards you can watch here or on Studio Katia Youtube channel.
For my first card I decided to create a watercolor sea background with some extra dimension. I tried to create waves on the card panel. Using some watercolor markers I aplied blue and dar blue paints on the wet watercolor paper and blend them with a big amount of water. I dried the paper with a heat gun. Next I run the paper with DOTTED SQUARE FRAME DIE through my die cutting machine and I adhere all pieces on a blue card base. The main frame die cut I adhered using foam tape to create aditional diminsion on the card panel.
I stamped the stars and bubbles using Memento black ink. I colored images with a copic Markers and cut them out using coordinating dies Star-Dates Dies Also, I covered my stars with a liquid glitter using Wink of Stella pen. This pen adds a bit of shine on eache star.
To embellish the card I add white and blue pearls. I attached them them using Studio Katia glue.
For my next two cards I used this stamp set with a INK SPLASH STENCIL. I decided to keep them clean and simple and show other options with this stamp.
For the right card I cut out a white panel using the biggest die from DARLING RIBBON & FRAMES die set. I stamped stars on the right side of the panel and I colored them with a Copic markers. I applied a bit of Studio Katia glue on the bottom of the each star and covered them with CHUNKY SPARKLE GLITTER.
Next I covered some stars with a masks and applied different colors of Distress inks throughout the INK SPLASH STENCIL. To apply ink I used 3 blender brushes from Studio Kata they are perfect for ink blending with stencils.
For my last card I used a same blending technique, but this time I didn’t color my images with a copic markers, instead I added color on the stars with inks and stencil. I stamped and blended directly on the card base, so this card is super easy and fits perfectly an envelope.
That’s all for today.
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