Welcome back! Today I have a super fun card made using tons of Kuretake inks and Basically Bare chipboard and acrylic.
Wondering how this card was made? Well, lets get started and I'll show you. I started with a 4x6 piece of glossy cardstock. Using a star stencil and my Zig Emboss Writer, I covered the cardstock with stars. Then I covered the stars with clear embossing powder and heat embossed the cardstock.
Next, I inked the entire piece of cardstock with Cornflower Blue Kurecolor Ink. The heat embossing on the cardstock will resist the ink, creating a fun background effect.
Next, I splattered a bit of Orange Kurecolor Ink to add another layer of color to the background.
Now, on to the embellishments. I used my Zig Emboss Writer again to cover the chipboard moon. Then I heat embossed the moon with Wow silver glitter embossing powder. Lastly, I ran it through my Cuttlebug to add a bit more texture.
And with keeping with the same colors, I used my Orange Kurecolor Ink on a couple of acrylic stars.
Now to layer everything together. I simply punched a couple of holes in the moon and then attached it to the card with a bit sheer white ribbon. Next I adhered the stars, and then added a few sentiment stickers.
Thanks for stopping in today!