I’m so in love with this months releases from Technique Tuesday. These jelly fish from the animal house release are so cute and the sentiments in this set are so much fun.
I created two cards with this set!
I used Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers for colouring of the jelly fish and added stencilled backgrounds to both cards using distress oxide in the colour patina for one and the other tumbled glass, lavender, wilted violet.
I used the coordinating stamps in the set to fill the white space on my cards.
This month Technique Tuesday is celebrating with a big birthday themed celebration. Use code HBDAY21 to get 20% off your entire order. With so many fabulous sets to choose from included in this sale you are for sure to find some great sentiments and images.
Start by die cutting a white panel using a stitched rectangle die. I used the second largest in my set.
Using your favourite stencil, ink blend in rainbow order on your panel. I used oxide inks in the colours Wilted Violet, Kitsch Flamingo, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Mowed Lawn, Salvaged Patina.
Die cut from black card stock the HAPPY die.
Die cut again from white card stock the HAPPY die.
Use the white HAPPY outline and glue to the center of your card. Use the letters from the black and insert inside the outline.
Stamp on white card stock the sentiment happy birthday and trim to size. Attach to your card with foam tape.
For my first card I started with a white card base and added a stencilled panel on top that I inked with wild honey distress oxide ink as well as a sentiment heat embossed on it.
On top of this I added a scalloped frame die cut that I attached with foam tape.
I finished the card with the bootiful tulip stamp that I attached with liquid glue.
For my second card I started with a white card base. I die cut 3 smaller pierced rectangle panels. For two of the panels I used seedless preserves to ink the panels. One I inked the entire panel, the other I used a polka dot stencil.
The last panel I left white and stamped the sentiment that came with the bootiful tulips set.
I finished the card with bootiful tulip propped up on foam tape.
For the hearts I masked off a strip of the card panel and stencilled inside that section. I added some white paint splatters and perfect pearls in a shimmery gold tone over top of the stencilled section. I pulled out a jar of prills in a yellow colour and added to the center of the flower.
The blue card I glued on heart embellishments following the stencil pattern, added a circle die cut to the center of the card for an area to place the sentiment.
Both cards I coloured the anemones and leaves with Copics and attached with foam tape.
Cute ducks and pretty carnations were this months goodness released from Technique Tuesday. Im sharing 4 different cards today. Im totally loving these gorgeous carnations from the greenhouse society release and I so enjoyed colouring these cute ducks from the animal house release.
The miss you card was created on a stencilled panel added on top of a white card base. A simple white strip was added down the side with the crocus placed on top with foam tape. The Miss you sentiment was cut from Kraft Card Stock.
The other card was made with a large scalloped rectangle with a smaller stencilled one placed on top and added to a white card base. Another scalloped rectangle was added on a diagonal with the crocus placed inside. I die cut the Thank you after blending some soft pink ink and glued off to the side.
Both cards were started with stencilled leafy patterns on white card stock. I kept the colour palette the same for both in soft organic greens using bundled sage oxide inks. One was placed on a green panel, a sentiment trimmed down to fit the card and mom and baby placed off to the side of a leafy wreath.
The other card was made very similar with a wreath centre. I used the new wrapped bouquet and trimmed off the bottom portion and kept the foliage. I tucked the single Koala behind and placed some falling leaves around the card. I added a fussy cut sentiment off to the side to complete my card.