His Love Guides Us
Hello hello crafty friends. Thanks for coming back for another tutorial. Today I will be sharing with you how to make a card that you can give for Easter or to someone that needs support during a trying time. I’m using some distress oxide inks in this card and I haven’t used these combinations before. I’m excited to tell you how fun it is to use these inks in this card…..so lets get started!
The first thing I did was I cut my card panel to A2 size. I knew I was going to trim it down once I was done. Starting with Blueprint Oxide Ink at the bottom. I tried the Blending Brushes for the first time. Let me tell you I like them. Although, the blending sponges are what I started out with and learned from…I do like them as well. I blended the dark color first. Then I used Salty Ocean. Whether you use the brushes or the sponges, I always blend out until it’s light. It makes blending the next color easier (for me) My last color used was Cracked Pistachio. Then I went back in each color to try and get that gradient look.
I cut out SSS Dahlia Stem die cut 3 times. As you can see the last cut out wasn’t lined up correctly (oops) I used spray glue to adhere them together….for dimension. I used a SSS Tiny Words Faith sentiment from the stamp set and cut it out. I finished my card with Lucy’s Cards Ice Crystal Sequin Shaker Mix.
That’s it! A great card for your special someone. Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope to see you next time. The products I used for this card and where I purchased them are listed below. All you have to do it click on the image and go shopping 🙂
9 Replies to “His Love Guides Us”
Hi! Love the look of the blog and this card is gorgeous!!!🤗🤗
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Wow! Love the new look. And the easy shopping links! Congrats Sidnie and best wishes!
Oh thanks so so much Sandhya…
thank you so much Leann!
This card is gorgeous Sidnie! Congrats on your Blog. It’s beautiful. I need to make the switch to WordPress!
Hey Ilda…thanks to much for signing up. WordPress is AMAZING. So easy..I had Wix prior to this and 180 degree difference.