Simon Says Stamp DieCember Blog Hop- Day 2

Hi crafty friends I am super excited to be a part of Day 2 of the Simon Says Stamp DieCember Blog Hop. These 2 days are packed with amazing inspiration . If you missed Day 1 of the blog hop head on over to Simon Says Stamp for some more inspiration. Don’t forget to leave a comment below for your chance to win a prize.

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For this technique my go to paper is distress watercolor paper. I sprayed the card stock with antique linen spray stain, spritz with water and dried with a heat tool. I went in after with frosted juniper…omg this color is just gorgeous.

Embossed SSS Old Letter with distress embossing ink, rubbed off some of the ink in some of the spots so that it left some blank spots and used ranger liquid platinum embossing powder.

Using neenah 80lb cardstock I covered it with matte collage medium and covered it with garland glitter from the TH sparkle kit. After it had completely dried I cut out the beautiful stylized flower wafer die.

I die cut the same flower die from my inked up panel and covered it from the backside with Judikans plastic sheet.

To finish off the card I add some TH metallic droplets which I did grunge up a little using mushroom alchohol ink. Added a sentiment from TH metallic sentiments. Added a few splatters and popped up the panel using fun foam and put it on Neenah 110lb card base.

Simon Says Stamp has an amazing gallery packed full of amazing inspiration. Here’s a link to all the Simon Brand Galleries and here’s the link to the new, DieCember Release. Please don’t forget to add your amazing projects to the gallery to share with others…:)

Giveaway:

Simon is also giving away a $25 gift certificate at every stop along the hop, from the comment sections! Be sure to leave a comment below for a chance to win. Simon will announce the winners on their blog, on Wednesday, December 8th.

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I hope you like my step by step. You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below: click on the picture and it will take you directly to the product. If purchased through the link provided I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate all your amazing support. Looking forward to sharing many more projects and techniques including my favorite .. mixed media.

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Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by today. Hope you will subscribe to my blog for future posts. See you again soon with another crafty project.

Kulbir

129 thoughts

  1. This is a beautiful card! Love the colors, the ever so slight touch of the wording in the background and the gorgeous flower cutout! I also adore the touches of gold! Fantastic card!

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  2. Kulbir, you’ve made such a beautiful card with a unique touch using the plastic sheet in the floral die cut. I love the background you created. That old patina look is lovely.

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  3. love that you used the sprays, I am getting back into mine and haven’t used the mica spray yet
    the flower is really neat how it is in white with gold border. the card was very pretty with just the lettering, but the flower makes it pop even more

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  4. I loved it with just the sprays, then you added the text and embossing and I was sold. But then you did the glitter and die cutting and I thought “this is what a heaven sent card is”, then you added the droplets and greetings and I knew it was the definition of perfection.

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