Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Cloud Confetti

Hi it's Jenny posting with a card for our Cloudy Day challenge.  I tried to recreate the beautiful relaxing feel of the inspiration photo in a shaker card.

I made an A2 sized card out of a piece of Kraft Card Stock.  The Joy Crafts Waves were cut with a blue card stock.  I used the die as a stencil and highlighted the accents with a Mini Ink Blending Tool and Peacock Feathers distress ink. 

The shaker was created by layering two sizes of nesting circle dies. I glued a piece of clear packaging material I salvaged from toy packaging to the back of the circle. The shop has Clear Card Stock that would work perfectly for this. I stamped my sentiment stamp onto white card stock and sponged Tumbled Glass distress ink around the words.  Then I used a really thick foam adhesive to adhere the circle to the sentiment layer after adding some bugle beads inside. I glued the back of the sentiment layer to the card front. I tucked another piece of waves into the front of the circle too, trimming until I liked the result. 

The clouds are from a die in my stash but you could achieve a similar look with many of the cloud dies or even cloud stencils currently in stock.  I added a couple of them using Joy Crafts Foam Adhesive Pads.

The seahorse was cut from Joy Crafts Crab and Seahorse die set and colored with distress ink.  I sponged more Peacock Feathers distress ink over the die using it as a stencil and then added liquid pearls for interest.

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1 comment:

Brenda's Card Corner said...

AWESOME card...GREAT tutorial!