I felt ecstatic after recieving so many beautiful comments and messages on my last post and video in which I featured the viva decor Inka golds. The last experience with the product was amazing so I decided to use it one more time and try few more tips n tricks.
I personally love creating cards because they are quick and give me 100% happiness but I want to mention all the steps can be very easily used to create layouts,tags and altered art.
So let's begin today's project and the things u will need are :
Inka gold -gold
Inka gold - lava red
Inka gold - apricot
Distress ink -cracked pistachio
Sizzix feathers die
Mini ink blending tool
Super fine detailed white EP
So guys !!grab all the supplies and let's start it together :)
Step1: die cut and emboss the feather from a white card stock and add gold on the tips fading downwards .
Step 2:die cut the arrows and paint them with red ,gold and apricot inka golds
Step 3: ink the card panel with cracked pistachio by using the mini foam blending tool. Apply two coats to get a more solid and even coverage .
😊TIP: always use the craft mat when you work with paints and inks. It is heat proof stain poof and super easy to clean.
Step 4: cut the coloured panel into four stripes of different thicknesses. Now start adding little strokes of gold using a small piece of foam. This will give it a beautiful golden distressed look.
Step 5: i embossed a sentiment on some vellum card stock using super fine white embossing powder.
😊TIP:It is always a good idea to use a powder tool to remove any static /oil/ or debris which might attract the EP. This makes the EP stuck only to the versa mark:)
Finally we all all set to assemble the card together.try different arrangements and then stick them the way you liked the most. I added few flat back pearls and gold seqence to jaa up the project.
Here is the video link which shows you each and every step to make this beautiful card.
I hope u liked my post for today.
Feel blessed when I read all the amazing comments you guys leave for me.
And enjoy the rains !