Adding Interest to Your Clean and Simple Card

Hello Chattering Robins, good day! I hope you are doing wonderfully. This is Sadia back here after a long gap. Today, I will share a clean and simple card tutorial featuring the easiest technique for adding interest through ink blending. My card today features Robin’s Nest Creative dew drops in green shades. Materials I used: […]
June 7, 2024

Hello Chattering Robins, good day! I hope you are doing wonderfully. This is Sadia back here after a long gap. Today, I will share a clean and simple card tutorial featuring the easiest technique for adding interest through ink blending. My card today features Robin’s Nest Creative dew drops in green shades.

Materials I used:

  1. A parrot green card base
  2. White and green card paper
  3. Simon Says Stamp flower die set (You can use flower dies of your choice)
  4. A circle stencil
  5. Gradient green ink pad
  6.  Robin’s Nest Creative dew drops in green shades.

Firstly, I die-cut the flowers and leaves. After that, I took my green card base and stenciled a circle in the middle of it. For stenciling, I used a gradient green ink pad for ink blending. If you do not have a circle stencil, you can die-cut a circle from a piece of hard paper and use the leftover outline as a stencil on your card base. This is an easy technique when you do not have basic stencils but do have basic die sets—you can easily create your stencils from those. Then, simply arrange your flowers and leaves on the card base. As the final touch, add your dew drops to create even more interest in your clean and simple card.

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Sadia

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