Wednesday, April 10, 2019

{Spotlight Project} Deepti's Pop Of Color with Positive Vibes


Hello friends! Deepti here and welcome to a spotlight feature. Today, I am playing with a little older stamp club set "Positive Vibes" You must we wondering why I chose this set, for one I haven't really played with this set reason being I had taken a break as I was moving to a new state. Big move but so far we are happy with our decision :) Secondly, I love those sentiments and the windows. So for this tutorial I decided to focus on the windows. Let me show you...



Step 1 - So for this one I took two white panels and stamped the windows to build the backgrounds.




Step 2 - I then die cut a frame and a sentiment from a bright orange card stock. This will add the pop of color. I adhered these die cuts on die cut black foam sheet for the dimension.



Step 3 - I also white heat embossed the sentiment on the frame.


Step 4 - To match the sentiments I colored the windows partially with Sharpie marker


To finish I placed the die cut sentiment on grey card stock strip and also added the same grey card stock strip to the lower edge of the other card for similarity :)

Here is a closeup into each card...



I have used  "Positive Vibes" , Pierced Curly Frames/Tags Nesting Dies and Missing You Phrase Die

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That finishes my spotlight feature :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try.
Happy paper crafting! 

10 comments:

  1. Wonderful work here Deepti - love how you showed us the stamping and assembling of your lovely creations - TFS

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  2. Such a cool and creative idea! Love your colour blocking! Hope you are settling in after your move and I'm happy to see you back after your break!

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  3. I LOVE those fun backgrounds you created with the window stamps! So clever and FUN!!

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  4. What great cards Deepti - love the minimal colour on the background so the sentiment really takes the eye
    Blessings
    Maxine

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