biggest wish, Birthday, Hints and tips

Biggest wish

Hi everyone! The stamp set ‘Biggest wish’ is soooo good! For these cards I used the capitalised HAPPY, inked in a lighter colour, then added highlights of a darker colour by using my sponge dauber. Such a good tip to create a multi coloured effect. You can keep it to the same tones, or use totally different colours, the choice is yours!

For the Pale Papaya card I used a base of basic white, then used the scalloped contours dies for a pretty border, and then added a piece of basic white, which I used the AMAZING die, stitched greenery on. It is such a great die, I’m totally smitten!!

The next card is a Fresh freesia base, with a layer of rich razzleberry. Again I added a layer of white which I used the stitched greenery die on. I then used my blending brush to give a slight hint of colour beneath the sentiment.

Once I’d inked the HAPPY, I then added the birthday part. For this, I used my black embossing powder to give a shiny gorgeous finish😍

I then HAD to have a go at some blue tones didn’t I?!

I used a base of night of navy and then a layer of DSP, before adding my white stitched greenery layer. I used my DSP from the last sale-a-bration, oh so ombre, but you could use whatever is in your stash. I added a piece of metallic ribbon in Seaside Spray, which I also still had leftover. Then I added a white tag, from the tailor made tags dies, and another tag in Seaside Spray, which I cut the end off. I cut around my sentiment before gluing on. And then I finished with a white bakers twine bow. The other card I created very similar, but my base was balmy blue. The ‘friend’ part of the sentiment was just stamped in night of navy ink.

Hope you like my different designs, and if you haven’t tried my little tip, then give it a go! See what effects you can create!

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