A die cut circle- A die cut circle of Whisper White cardstock can go along way! Stampin Up! has blending brushings coming in the January to June 2021 Mini Catalog. I LOVE THEM. You end up with a smooth finish best I have ever seen for blending. I created the lines using the edge of a piece of paper and the blending brush. I added more color in some areas and less in others. There was no rhyme or reason, just what my eye enjoyed.
Do you see the ribbon on this card? Well it is there because I made a brush stroke on it with my aqua pen! I was adding a little more glitter around the edges and added a little too much. TOO MUCH? I know there is never too much glitter, unless it is all globed awkwardly in one spot (that is now under the ribbon.)
Faceted What Now – I used Silver Stampin’ Emboss powder to heat emboss the Joy on top of my Gorgeous Grape blended die cut circle. All of this sits on a layer of Snow Flake Splendor DSP. Oh did I mention the the Elegant Faceted Gems?! The photos do not do them justice, you will have to trust me on this. They are a must have!
Tip- I used my water painter to add a super think layer of the Frost White Shimmer Paint to the very edge of my card! It added that last bit of sparkle I felt this card needed!
Below you will find my products used and Card Cut List. Have questions or comments please let me know below!
Card Cut List
Use a Stampinâ€™ Up! Paper Trimmer to cut a piece of Gorgeous Grape Cardstock to 5 1/2 x 11â€.Â Score and fold at 4 1/4″.
Cut a a piece of the Snowflake Splendor DSP to 5 1/4″ x 4″. This will be your first layer.
Cut a piece of Whisper White Cardstock to 5 1/4″ x 1 5/8″. This will be your second layer.
Cut a Piece of Highland Heather Cardstock to 5 1/4″ x 1 5/16″. This will be our third layer.
Die cut a large stitched circle using the Snowflake Splendor DSP.
Die cut a medium circle using Whisper White Cardstock.
Smile YOUR card is cut.Product List