15 August 2016

VIDEO | Creating A Night Sky Background

Hello there, today I have a card to share using distress inks to create a night sky background. I also used the fab Pyrotechnics stamp set from The Ton to create some fireworks.
 
 
For my card, I started off with a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock cut using the largest of the SSS Stitched Rectangle dies. I took Distress Inks in Picked Raspberry, Seedless Preserves, Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot and blended these over the piece using a blending tool. The panel was then set aside to dry.
 
 
Once dry I stamped the fireworks from The Ton's Pyrotechnics stamp set on to it using Versamark ink. I applied Tonic Nuvo Shimmering Pearl Glitter Embossing Powder and heat set them. I took the sentiment, from The Ton's Lucky Tulip stamp set, and stamped this on to a piece of black cardstock, again with Versamark ink. I applied Nuvo Glacier White embossing powder and heat set this. Once cool, I cut it down.
 
 
The background piece was added to an A2 black card base with foam tape. I then added the sentiment piece with foam tape also. To finish off, I added PPP Sparling Clear sequins with Multi Medium Matte.
 
VIDEO:
Here is the video showing how I made the card:
 


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I am really like how the card came out, that Shimmering Pearl embossing powder is really beautiful in real life. I love the subtleness of the glitter - so pretty! I mentioned in the video that I not think it matters which way round the fireworks go, the one on the right does bother me a bit but never mind! I shall live with it and I am sure whoever gets the card will still like it. Thanks so much for visiting me today. I hope you have  a great day and a fabulous week!  

6 comments:

  1. So pretty! We have a couple of birthdays close to the 4th of July that this will be perfect for.

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  2. Great video. Lovely card...really like how you created the beautiful background. Thank you.

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  3. lovely blending - i like the ton embossing powder you used very pretty
    debbie

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  4. When I seen this for the first time, I was stunned and amazed at this superb design, truly is clever layout and really love this elegant card with those fireworks. Works so well too. Congrats on your 10.000 subscribers, you deserve it sweetie. Well done indeed. Hugs xx

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  5. What a great celebratory card. Love your ink blending and use of pretty embossing powder.

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  6. Loved seeing this one at Trending with The Ton! So Beautiful!

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