I first created a blended frame/background using Taylored Expressions’ Square Masking Stencil and Strawberry Milkshake/Cupcake inks. I stamped the image onto X-Press It Blending Card, colored with Copic markers and then die-cut using Garden Greetings Icons dies.
I die-cut three additional image shapes then stacked all to create a thicker image. ‘Friend’ was stamped from Just a Note, then I used Ranger’s Multi Medium Matte to adhere to the center of the square. A strip of Rainbow Sherbet patterned paper was slipped behind the square before adhering to my card front.
I created the above card last month but forgot to post so I’m slipping it in here. It was SUPER easy to create! First, matt a block of Half Moon patterned paper onto black card stock and adhere to card front.
Die-cut I Heart You outline die from black and red card stock. Also die-cut the base shape three times from white. Adhere the base shapes together then use the Multi Medium Matte fine tip to adhere the black frame. I then used We R Memory Keepers’ QuickStik to adhere the small pieces of red heart into each proper space.
The QuickStik is one of my *must have* tools. I’ve tried the tacky pencils and other pick-up tools but for me, none work as well as QuickStik. The tacky material lasts a LONG time and the opposite ends holds a removable pointy tip that helps with unreleasing the tiny pieces and holding each in place.
Once assembled, adhere the shape over the patterned paper. So quick and easy!
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