Monday, February 10, 2014

Cake Dreamer

Have you seen Stampendous' new Creative Palette?
I used it to create the fun painted background on this card.

You can see a video by Fran which shows how to use the Creative Palette HERE.

To Create my card I do the following:
Add drops of all the paints on the Creative Palette Plate and spread with brayer
stamp Square Illusion stamp randomly on the plate to lift the paint
Press David Tutera-Happy Birthday panel on to the pallette plate and then lift and set aside to dry
When dry adhere the painted panel to a top folding square teal card
Wrap two lengths of ribbon around the card
Stamp image on a white die cut circle and color with markers
Back image circle panel with a larger die cut green circle and then adhere to card
Sprinkle Shabby white embossing enamel and Blue Tinsel Embossing powder randomly on card and heat from underneath to melt

Supply List:

Memento Tuxedo Black Dye Ink
Copic markers (G12-G14-G17-W`1-W3-W5-C3-B000-E00-BG02-BG05)
Americana Deep Turquoise, lemon Zest, and Apple Green satin acrylic paint
Mohawk Bright White, David Tutera Happy Birthday Panel, Bazzill Basics Colored Cardstock
May Arts Ribbon
heat tool, Creative Palette Plate, brayer, Spellbinders classic circle dies

Thanks for stopping by!



Stampendous said...

This is super awesome, Kristine! Love how you used the David Tuttera paper on the Creative Palette for this amazing background. It's gorgeous!

Sabrina said...

This is absolutely adorable!!! How talented you are!! I am really loving this Creative Palette!!

Greta said...

Super cool background & darling card!

cghundley said...

How fun and
pretty colors!
Carla from Utah

Jamie Martin said...

Great card, and love the added embossing :)

craftymom205 said...

Cute card.

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christi said...

adorable card. I love the randomness of the palette.

joy said...

This is an adorable card. I love the colorful print you achieved with the creative palette. I can see that the possibilities are endless with monoprinting.

Katie said...

This gruffie is soo cute!! And your background is very interesting. I love the added shimmer of the embossing enamel and powder. :) Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.