Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Glitz glitter & ink blending slimline succulent card.

Hello.  For Technique Time at Unity, I share a glitz glitter slim card with succulents using stamping, stenciling and different color mediums. 


Sentiment:  Grow, bloom, thrive always.

Making a glitz glitter slim card background with sparkle pairs nicely with the succulent stamping.

Helpful tips:
Here are helpful tips to create this glitz glitter slim card.  To begin, pre-trim the card base and all of the card layers.  Die-cuts were used here, but are not necessary.  Next, stamp, color and cut out (fussy cut) the succulent potted plants and the sentiment.  Then, add ink blending of choice to the bottom front panel.  Next, add a thin layer of glitz glitter gel along with a stencil and a spatula in random sections where you want background interest.  Then, allow the gel to dry at least 30 minutes.  Finally, assemble the card front, to finish.

Card base cut approximately 9" x 7 1/2"
Card front approximately 9" x 3 3/4"
Envelope #9 or #10



I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.


This project is included in the 

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Thrive Always; distress oxide ink in walnut stain and worn lipstick, blending brush, Gina K. Designs bubblegum glitz glitter gel, Simon Says Stamp intense black ink, Faber-Castell spatula, Tim Holtz herringbone stencil, original Misti, flat and foam double-sided clear tape, Fiskars paper trimmer, scoring board, Pink Fresh Studio slim ornate edges and slim diagonal stitched rectangles, Copic markers R02, R20, E33, E13, YR24, B34, B01, G21, G28, G99.

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other features at Unity's
Technique Time and
Watercolor Wednesday.


Thanks for visiting.
Gaylynn

2 comments:

  1. I always enjoy your wonderful art, Gaylynn. I do hope you'll join us again soon at Word Art Wednesday. It's always a treat having your cards linked up with us there.
    Blessings,
    Karen L
    Word Art Wednesday

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    1. Thank you, Karen. Yes, I should share more often.

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