Thursday, April 12, 2018

Oops a Birthday!

Hello & Happy Thursday Everyone!
DT Theresa here from Theresa's Crafty Creations
and it's my day to take over the blog 
YAY for me... 🙌

Today I thought I would share a Lovely Birthday Card -

I took a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 piece of Koh-I-Noor White Bristol 
Smooth Watercolor paper and placed it in my Misti tool
and then I pulled out my Static Powder tool and covered
the entire piece with the powder - I grabbed
the Oops a Daisy (10236-Z) Stamp set and my
Versa Mark ink and stamped the Daisy design
in one corner - then I grabbed my Ultra Fine
White Embossing Powder and poured it over
the versamark ink (tapping it to make sure
there was no extra powder laying around) - 

At this point, I wasn't going to
heat set it... I planned to stamp this Daisy stamp
2 more times, but wanted to get a good look at where I was placing
my stamp - So it was easier for me to see my image by
stamping it first, then pouring the embossing powder
over it and then moving on to stamping in
another place -- 

Once I got my Daisies where I wanted them I
heat embossed them - Then I 
put the cardstock back in my Misti
because I wanted to add some tiny white 
dots to some of the open spots - So, again
I stamped then pour some powder over it
and did this a couple more times before finally
heat setting the tiny white dots --

Once my stamping was completed and I liked 
where everything was, I pulled out my
Distress Oxides inks in - Cracked PIstachio,
Peacock Feathers, Broken China, & Salty Ocean
I blended these lovely colors together
over my stamp images - then I took a cloth
and rubbed the color off of my Embossed images

--This is called a resist technique--
Then I dropped a couple of droplets of
water over my blended design and placed
a paper towel over the top to pick up the
water spots I had - At this point I was
loving the look of my card! :) But as you know
I LOVE SPARKLE! So, I sprayed some Sheer
Shimmer Mist Frost Spritz over the top of my design
then pulled out my Heat tool again to make sure
everything was completely dry before getting ready
to die cut - 

I used a stitched Rectangle die which cut my
design down to 3 1/4 x 5 - Then I placed a piece
of Fun Foam on the backside of my design
for Dimension, then I was ready to place it
on my Dark Grey Cardbase - 

I decided to Die Cut the Word (Happy) from
a die in my stash - using the same grey cardstock
as the base of my card - I die cut it out 3x's and
layered each layer on top of each other for a little
extra dimension - 

Then I grabbed the Lovely Happy Birthday (74641-C) 
Sentiment Stamp by Victorine Originals
and just used the Birthday part of it -
I stamped it with some Grey Ink on a piece
of white cardstock, then die cut it out with a 
banner die in my stash -- 

I finally added some clear jewels to tie the
whole thing together and I just love it!!!

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  1. This is so gorgeous, Theresa!! The flowers are so beautiful!! I love how you've showcased them against the beautiful colors of the background!!

  2. Beautiful! This is a great color combo too.. so calming... thanks for all of the details!