Simple Ways To Add Interest To Card

Hello Chattering Robins! It’s Sadia back here today, and I am excited to be sharing a new handmade card, using a few techniques to add interest to your cards. The techniques I used on this card to create interest are ink blending, dry embossing, and adding dew drops. This week, I used River Blue Mini Dew […]
June 5, 2022

Hello Chattering Robins! It’s Sadia back here today, and I am excited to be sharing a new handmade card, using a few techniques to add interest to your cards. The techniques I used on this card to create interest are ink blending, dry embossing, and adding dew drops. This week, I used River Blue Mini Dew Drops, Neon Blue Mini Dew Drops on my card, and these dewdrops were created to give a bright, yet graceful, look into projects.

Simple Ways To Add Interest To Card

Supplies:

  1. White card base
  2. White card paper
  3. White card panel
  4. Flower, and leaf, dies
  5. Sizzix embossing folder
  6. ‘Tumbled Glass’ and ‘Faded Jeans’ Distress Inkpad by Tim Holtz
  7. Blending brush
  8. Sentiment stamp
  9. Clear embossing ink pad
  10. Silver embossing powder
  11. River Blue Mini Dew Drops
  12. Neon Blue Mini Dew Drops
Dew Drops

River Blue Mini Dew Drops

 Dew Drops

Neon Blue Mini Dew Drops

Card Instructions:

In this handmade card project, I started by ink blending on the card front with ‘Tumbled Glass’ and ‘Faded Jeans’ Tim Holtz distress oxide ink pads. Afterward, I run the ink blended card panel through Sizzix embossing folder. After that, I die-cut flower petals on white card paper and assembled the flowers. Consequently, I glued dew drops to the flower center.  After that, I added the card panel on the card base front using liquid flue. Then, I arranged the flowers on the card front. I also added a stamped and heat embossed, sentiment on the lower right side of the card. finally, I added a few more dew drops to the card to decorate.

After seeing this handmade card, I hope you’ll be inspired to be creative with your dew drops. Have you ever used your dew drops this way before? Do you have other card-making techniques with dew drops? Please share them in the comments section!
Thank you for taking the time to visit today!
Sadia

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