This wonderful tulip card is made by Whitney. I just love the colors and the clean expression on this card.
- Type of project: A general greeting of encouragement
- Occasion: No particular occasion- i like to make things more general so they can fit lots of different occasions.
- Style: Clean & simple
- Techniques used: Ink blending
- Main colour: Pink, Purple, Yellow, Orange
- Media used: Inks, papers
- Equipment used: Layering stencil, inks, cardstock
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Can you describe the project?
This card is a really clean and simple card to make that features ink blending and paper layers.
How did you make it?
I used a layering stencil by Unity and ink blended the different layers to create the tulips. I then ripped the edge for a bit of texture and layered up some paper scraps for a pop of color. The sentiment is from Unity as well and is one of their pre-printed cutapart sentiments. They are so easy to use and help to really make a bold statement. Lastly, I added flat back glass beads for an embellishment.
What is the size of your project?
A2- $.25 x 5.5
What kind of materials did you use?
Layering Stencil and Sentiment Strips from Unity Stamp.
Inks & Papers from from Gina K Designs
How much time did you use for making this?
This is a super quick card- i would estimate about 5 minutes.
What inspired you to make this?
I love florals and creating with layering stencils- I was on a roll creating projects with this stencil for fun and came up with this.
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