3 cards with Neat & Tangled for TupeloDesignsLLC

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Happy Friday friends. I am happy to be sharing 3 cards with you for TupeloDesignsLLC using the beautiful You're Pretty stamp set and coordinating die. I absolutely adore the beautiful hand lettering.

Let's get started. For my first card, I started by doing some ink blending with Blueprint Sketch and Shaded Lilac Distress inks. I then added some embossing paste over the Flourish stencil from Tim Holtz for added texture. Now I didn't intend for the embossing paste to change colors but my ink must have still been wet as you can see that it took on a bit of purple hue. And while this is not the result I was going for, I still think it looks pretty.

I stamped and die cut the You're Pretty sentiment with some Liquid Platinum embossing powder. I added it with foam tape and then added some White Blizzard Nuvo Drops.


For my second card, I just stamped and die cut the sentiment, this time with some Rose Gold embossing powder from Lawn Fawn. I then stamped the supporting sentiment which is from the same stamp set onto some patterned paper.


For my last card, I first started by embossing the Modern Triangles cover plate die from Neat & Tangled into some white card stock. I love the texture it adds. I stamped the supporting sentiment and then added the you're pretty sentiment, again stamped and embossed using the same rose gold embossing powder as I used above. Some rose gold sequins finish off the card.




2 comments :

Jeanne said...

What a terrific trio you have here, Alanna. I think the blending of the paste with the distress ink looks really cool! What a happy accident. :) I really like how you've used the same sentiment on all three cards. It's a lovely font. I like the graphic look of the second card with those bold colors. And the third card is very cool with the triangles and the rose gold embossing and sequins. That color in sequins looks amazing. Great work! Happy weekend to you!

Ruth said...

Oh that rose gold is such a gorgeous colour and I do so love that the embossing paste took on some colour from the wet ink, as it really adds an extra unexpected element and makes it look much softer. Xx

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