Isabel Cristina Stamps - Beauty Princess - Reveal Wheel Card

mercredi 3 avril 2019

Hello there, 

Back with a new card showcasing a brand new set designed by Isabel Cristina Stamps and called Beauty PrincessThis set couldn't come at a better time because it can help me continue my tale series.

I think you have recognised Aurora aka Sleeping Beauty and her fairy godmothers, and I was inspired by the end of the Disney movie when the clouds change colors from blue to pink and pink to blue.

First, I played with tumbled glass and spun sugar distress inks on a piece of bristol cardstock.

I applied a lot of clear water on the paper and then put colors here and there. I didn't want the colors to mix and become violet so I used my heat tool between each layer. Three layers of pink and blue were applied, and next I simply splattered water on top of the panel and used paper towel to dry it. To complete the background and accentuate the light and floaty side of the clouds, I also splattered a lot of teeny tiny drops of white paint.

Next I used the reveal wheel die set from Lawn Fawn and first started by die cutting the main panel out of my pink and blue background. I also die cut the small circle, the wheel, and a second panel, all from white cardstock.

I placed the wheel behind the pink and blue panel, marked the center and next I pierced a hole at the back of the panel, right on the pencil mark. And then I placed a circle die in such a way that the hole was in the middle of the die, and run it through my die cutting machine. 

I took a brad from my stash and put it through the back of the small circle, the back of the wheel, and the back of the pink and blue circle. I attached foam adhesive squares on the small circle, placed the wheel element at the back of the main panel, and pressed onto the white panel to stick it down.

I put a million foam adhesive squares around the wheel, making sure not to touch it, secured the pink and blue circle using liquid glue, and then I removed all the backs and attached the main panel.

I die cut a cloud border from white cardstock, gold heat embossed my sentiment on it, and attached it at the bottom of the panel. Next I attached the wheel panel to a white card base. And I used the chimney die from the mushroom house die set to create an arrow that I glued on the left side.

The images were printed on Neenah solar white cardstock using my Epson printer, and colored using alcohol markers. I also die cut some small clouds, and next I attached everything on the panel using foam adhesive squares.

To finish the card, I added some morning dew drops here and there, and also clear shimmer on the clouds and wings.

Below or here

- Beauty princess digital stamp set by Isabel Cristina Stamps
- Reveal wheel die set by Lawn Fawn
- Puffy cloud border die set by Lawn Fawn
- Fairy friends stamp set by Lawn Fawn (for the sentiment)
- Mushroom house die set by Lawn Fawn (for the chimney die)
- Village shops die set (for the clouds)
- Happy village die set (for the clouds)
- Spectrum Noir markers
- Distress inks: tumbled glass, spun sugar
- Sakura white gel pen
- Morning dew nuvo drops
- White blizzard nuvo drops
- Spectrum Noir clear shimmer pen
- Strathmore bristol smooth cardstock
- Neenah solar white cardstock
- White cardstock by HobbyCraft (for the card base)
- Versamark ink
- Antique gold embossing powder by Simon Says Stamp

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