Today I want to show a dimensional card which I made for a Birthday gift for someone special!
This is the part of my DT post for Peek-a-boo Designs!
For this card, I die cut a heart-shaped balloon die multiple times and used them as my own background on a rounded stitched rectangle panel.
Now I blended some distress inks and added some water splatters.
Then die cut a stitched border circle in white. Stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it. Die cut Hello sentiment in white CS. Now created a stack of heart balloon dies once again.
On the top, applied glossy accent on it and mixed it with alcohol ink purple twilight. After drying covered it with Dimensional magic and some hologram sequins. So cool!
Love the dimension!
Adhered them to my focal panel! The dimensional balloon really popped up and changed the whole look of this finished card. Added the sentiment, heat embossed in Opaque bright white. Finished it off with some sequins.
Here is the inside view:
Cardstocks: Black and white CS 300 GSM
Stamp: Happy sentiments from Peek-a-boo Designs
Dies: Dual stitched rounded Rectangle die, Stitched Circle die, Balloon die from Peek-a-boo Designs
Distress Inks: seedless preserves, vilted violet, blueprint sketch, fossilized amber, carved pumpkin, fired brick, twisted citron, lucky clover, salty ocean, mermaid lagoon
Alcohol ink: Purple Twilight
Embossing Powder: Opaque Bright White
Dimensional dots from Itsy Bitsy
Holograms sequins from 13@arts
Sequins from Dress my Craft
Would love to participate into the following challenges:
http://daranddiane.blogspot.in/2018/01/celebrating-our-two-year.html- I am inspired by a bunch of balloons, colors, dimension, celebration and Birthday!
http://allsortschallenge.blogspot.in/2018/01/week-449-something-new.html- The heart balloon die and Dimensional magic goodies are new in my stash with a new technique I attempted the first time!
http://paruscardmakingchallenges.blogspot.in/2018/01/january-2018-challenge.html- The heart balloon die and Dimensional magic goodies are new in my stash with a new technique I attempted the first time!