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[VIDEO] Lovely slimline card with ink blending and heat embossing

Hi crafty friends! I am back with a sweet, calorie free slimline card inspiration with video tutorial, what I have created with ink blending, heat embossing and die-cutting. You can find the video here



THIS CARD FEATURES


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VIDEO TUTORIAL

Watch my video tutorial below to learn how to create slimline card with sugar free cookies quickly and easily. If you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment.  


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CARD INSTRUCTIONS

I started the cardmaking with die-cutting. I created heart shape die cuts in pastel colors with the smaller heart shape die from the AllMy Love set as well as light brown hearts with the larger one.



I have also created one more die-cut with the smaller heart die as a template for speeding up the stamping and heat embossing process. Then I stamped on the heart die-cuts with watermark ink and heat embossed with fine white embossing powder.



Next, I created shadows on the hearts with Distress Oxide Inks. I picked a slightly darker color then the current die-cut color. Check this process in the video here. When it was done, I have created the highlights too with white pencil and pen.



After this I adhered the heart die-cuts together and created the card base with the Peekaboo Windows and the Scallop Frames Slimline dies. These two dies work perfectly together. I have created a soft teal die-cut with the largest die from the Peekaboo Windows set. I made a quick ink blending on it through the Lattice Stencil with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink. After the ink blending, I splattered on it with clear water.



In the end I embellished the card with White Hearts Clay Confetti. It’s just a nice addition to the cards. And the slimline card was ready. Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time. Hugs, Mona.


USED SUPPLIES

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[SPECIAL VIDEO] Vintage look card tutorial with surprises

Crafty friends are the best! We challenged each other with my sweet friend, Marine Simon to create in the others style! We did it with video tutorials and if you are looking for some inspiration we really appreciate if you are stopping by. In my video you will learn how to create vintage sepia look on your cards with markers and we have surprises for you too! :) You can find the video here.



THIS CARD FEATURES

  • Special Delivery Stamp Set LF | SBCSSS ]
  • Special Delivery Box Add-on Stamp Set LF | SBCSSS ]
  • Lift The Flap Tree Backdrop Die [ LF | SBCSSS ]
  • Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers: RB4, MB4, MB3, MB2, MB1, FS6.
  • For the additional supplies visit the thumbnails below this post.

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VIDEO TUTORIAL

For the instructions and our crafty friend challenge collaboration video watch my video tutorial below. You will also learn how I created this vintage look card coloring with alcohol markers on craft cardstock. If you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment.  



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SURPRISES

I have two surprises for you, the first one is is this sweet set from Lawn Fawn, which I will send to a random lucky one who answers under my and Marines video as well. You can find my question in the video tutorial. I am really curious for you answers. I will announce the lucky one on 20th of February, on my YouTube channel as well as on my Instagram Stories.

If you are following me on Instagram, you may already know, we have created crafty related GIF stickers with my husband for our crafty community. If you want to use them just type “ monatoth ” to the gif section on your stories to find them. This is my thank you for your amazing support, enjoy them and more are coming really soon! 💙



Thank you so much for stopping by and reading throug my post, have an amazing day. Hugs, Mona.


USED SUPPLIES

Using affiliate links does not mean additional costs for you. I really appreciate your support. I am using only products I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Affiliate Disclaimer. 


[VIDEO] Lovely elegant card tutorial

Hello crafty friends, I am back with a cute but elegant card tutorial with Pretty Pink Posh on my YouTube channel where I am showing you how to stretch these cute supplies. You can find the video here


THIS CARD FEATURES


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VIDEO TUTORIAL

Watch my video tutorial below to learn how I created these cute, but also elegant cards including the coloring with alcohol markers. If you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment.  


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CARD INSTRUCTIONS

I started the cardmaking with stamping the images with alcohol marker friendly black inkpad. When it was done, I made a quick heat set for my images and I continued the coloring process. 

For the coloring I have used the following colors from Spectrum Noir Illustrators:

Monkeys: EB7, EB4, EB1, TN2, TN1, FS7, FS6.

Cheeks: FS8, FS6.

Envelopes, chocolate box, ears: PP5, PP4, PP3, PP1, FS8, FS6, Blender.

If you are interested to watch the coloring please click here to watch the video in HD.

When the coloring was done, I continued with fussy cutting and die-cutting all the colored images. I have also created one soft pink and one gold glittery die-cut with the beautiful Heart Vines cover plate.


Before I have adhered the die-cuts and the images to their right place, I heat embossed the Love sentiment from the Valentine Hearts Stamp Set. Once to a pink cardstock and once to a gold glitter cardstock, which I run through my die-cut machine with its coordinating dies. Then I adhered all the parts together with liquid adhesive and 3D foam squares.

In the end I embellished my card with glittery heart die-cuts from the Heart Vines stamp set, and for the other one I adhered Sparkling Clear Sequins Mix as well as soft pink rhinestones from the newly released Sweetheart rhinestones.

These monkeys and envelopes are so adorable, they just make me smile, and the cover plate is currently one of my favorites! Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time. Hugs, Mona.


USED SUPPLIES

Using affiliate links does not mean additional costs for you. I really appreciate your support. I am using only products I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Affiliate Disclaimer.