As promised yesterday hereby the finished card.
After stamping and colouring I die cut the word “hoera”, which is Dutch for hooray,
with my Marianne Design Alphabet dies out of the panel. I took care not to lose the little inner parts of the letters, because I have to put them back when I place my stacked letters on the card.
Then I die cut the same letters each 3 times out of cardstock and glued them on
top of each other. The letters from the panel at the top of the stack.
I glued my panel on the blue metallic base card. After this I glued the stacked letters in the right place on the card and also the little inner parts from the panel letters.
I thought the card wasn’t finished but I couldn’t find anything that fitted with the little images.
After looking around and thinking I realized that my gel pens would offer a solution.
I have different kinds and the 3D Rollers where the answer. I used the same colours as I used with my Zig markers and made an all-over pattern of tree little dots.
As with my stamps, I also let the dots run off the paper so that it appears as the pattern continues.
And that finished my card, it’s a simple but cheerful card for a birthday.
The used materials are under the image and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
WaterArt paper Kippers Hobby ( a Dutch wholesaler brand)
Docrafts Forever Friends Stamp set Black & Gold
Stazon Ink Jet Black
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers, for a used colour list please
ask in your comment so I can sent it to you.
Marianne Design Collectables Die set Alphabet Col1449
Scrap piece of White cardstock
Joy Crafts Metallic cardstock Blue
Sakura Glaze 3D Roller pens