Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Colorful Banners

Today’s  project is a little different than my usual cards.  I like to try different styles and designs, and branch out of my comfort zone from time to time.

To create my colorful banners, I cut strips of cardstock into 3/4 inch pieces. Next I stamped my Impressions Obsession plaid background stamp in Versamark Watermark ink and added Kaleidoscope Transparent Embossing Powder.  After heat setting the powder, I used my mini square paper punch to punch the ends of the banner.
 I wanted to keep the front fairly plain to showoff all those colorful banners, so I cut a simple sentiment using my Nouveau Alphabet dies from Sizzix and added a small crochet heart and three little sequins.
 I added a ticket and sentiment to the inside as using distress inks.
Supplies and Tools:
Colorful Cardstock Strips, Versamark Watermark,  Kaleidoscope Transparent Embossing Powder, Square Punch, Ticket Die (Spellbinders), Sentiment (Tim Holtz), Mermaid Lagoon/Abandoned Coral/Mowed Lawn/Black Soot Distress Ink (Tim Holtz), Sizzix Alphabet Dies, Sequins, Crochet Heart

This post linked to:
Tuesday Throwdown - Embossing
Allsorts - I Spy something that begins with "B"  (I made Banners)

5 comments:

Wendy L said...

Thanks for joining in at Allsorts, super way of using bits of paper, lovely designed card. xxx

Kate - Small Bits of Paper said...

These are fabulous!! I love the look of all the coloured banners together. Such a clever design idea!!

Conniecrafter said...

So fun, would be great for a teen card, love the way you stamped the inside in different colors also!!

Pam Tiedtke, or Pammie Lou said...

What a fun card! Thanks for sharing it with us at Tuesday Throwdown!
Hugs

Debi said...

Fab card! Great embossing, too. Perfect for the Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. Good luck. Debi DT

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