Happy Friday-eve! Today, I’m sharing a card featuring a bunch of Erin Lee Creative products, which ended up with an unintentional tropical card.
I went into this card because I had just learned that you could use alcohol inks on Erin Lee Creative’s Glossy White cardstock so I just wanted to play around to see how it would turn out. I wanted to keep it pretty simple so I just used Pool alcohol ink with some Gold Mixative along with the Blender for a very simple alcohol mix. It does move a little differently compared to Yupo paper but it works really well. I used that panel to cut out the main sentiment using the Jumbo Hi die. It’s generally pretty subtle but I thought it was really pretty, adding something special to the sentiment since there’s a good amount of space for the texture on this sentiment.
For the rest of the card, I used three of the dies from the Birdhouse Builder die set. Using copic markers, I added color onto it because I wanted the texture on them. Of course, you could just easily cut them out using different colored cardstock but I had my markers out so I figured why not. I placed the sentiments and the die cuts on a piece of A2 Glossy Black cardstock. Oh my! This is so fun to play with because it’s so dark and made my sentiment and florals REALLY pop.
To finish off this card, I used a few embellishments from Trinity Stamps (which are no longer in the shop, but you can use any ones you have in your stash) to fill up the empty space and I love the final product.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Crafting!
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Erin Lee Creative – Jumbo Hi Die
Erin Lee Creative – Birdhouse Builder Die
Erin Lee Creative – Glossy White Cardstock
Erin Lee Creative – Glossy Black Cardstock
Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink – Pool
Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Mixative – Gold