Greetings from the airport! I’m currently en route to Maui, soon to be enjoying my Stampin Up incentive trip this week. Now don’t worry – I’m not blogging while I’m on vacation. I scheduled this week’s blog posts and videos ahead of time so that I can enjoy the week away. I’m so thankful and blessed to have earned this trip, and I want to thank those of you who support my SU business.
Those of us on the trip this week were able to sign up for an optional card swap, so of course I had to join in, and I want to share with you the card I created for this swap. I used some neat masking, blending and gilded leafing techniques on this card, so I’ll share them as well. Let’s take a look.
Masking, Blending and Gilded Leafing
For this card, I used several different techniques. Watch my video for all the fun tips and techniques that went into making this card.
Card Swap Measurements & Materials
Below is a list of measurements and other materials you can gather for this project.
- 3 7/8″ x 5 1/2″ White Cardstock
- 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Pacific Point Card Base
- 4″ x 5 1/2″ Balmy Blue Cardstock (optional)
- Scalloped Contours Dies
- Washi Tape
- Forever Fern Die Cuts
- Pacific Point Ink
- Blending Brushes
- Silicone Craft Sheet
- Gilded Leafing
- Multipurpose Glue
- Mask of Your Choice
Here’s a picture of the finished project. I especially love the beautiful blue colors.
Here’s a link to my video. Check out all the fun techniques such as masking, blending and using gilded leafing. I shared a few handy tips as well!
Stay tuned for my upcoming blog posts because I’ll be sharing cards I receive from other demonstrators as a part of the swap!
Don’t Miss Out!
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Thanks for joining me today. I hope you’ve enjoyed my Maui Card Swap project!