Hi everyone! Hope you are having a great week so far. And, we are here to make it more fun - with Instagram hop and prizes to be won celebrating our latest release ‘Holidays 2022’ for December 2022 :-)
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I created a New Year's card for this hop with our Welcome 2023 stamp set. It's THE messiest card I might have ever created and I really truly like it. :D It reminds me of all the gold streams coming out of a confetti popper.
Deco foil Gold Oro foil
Gansai Tambi Gold watercolor
Spellbinders Hemstitch Rectangles Etched Dies
Spellbinders Elegant Swivel & Sashay Card - APG Die of The Month Club for April 2019
Assorted die-cut flowers and leaves from my past projects
Use MS PowerPoint to arrange a design that can be sized within 3x6 inches.
Print with a laser printer on Hammermill paper.
Foil using a laminator with deco foil Gold Oro foil. I was expecting all of it to be foiled and I was planning to do maybe some ink blending on the sides etc. My plans changed when the result I got from foiling was just some distressed-looking lines and gold specks on the numbers. Then I decided to just go with the flow and create a completely different look.
Die cut with a rectangle from Hemstitched Rectangle dies from Spellbinders. Use the one with the dots as well as the one outside it.
Add gold paint on the border using a gold paint pen.
Also, die cut a folded black cardbase using the scalloped edge design with Spellbinders Elegant Swivel & Sashay Card - APG Die of The Month Club for April 2019.
Foam mount the white / printed rectangle on the card base while sandwiching a gold glitter tape to peek through the holes.
Go to town with gold platters.
Add a few flowers and leaves to finish it off.
We are hopping along, starting from my feed @VaradaSharma. Do drop by to check out the full list of participants. We will pick 2 winners to receive $15 store credit each, from comments across all the stops. So, what are you waiting for?
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