Trio of Foils, Stencil and Stamps

Hey everyone it's Rahmat here today with my Inspiration. I am up with 3 cards for you guys!

Today I am focusing on combining the foils, stencil and stamps. All 3 projects have these in common, but at the same time all are very different from each other.



Before I share the cards, I want to share a picture of my generous DT Kit which Khyati and Gaurav had sent.


Isn't it one amazing kit -  full of crafty goodness! A big Thank you to you guys!

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Ok, now to the projects.
Its Rakshabandhan tomorrow, and I thought of making a card using the stamp set.
I had kept the design and color close to the Indian theme with red, gold and Mandala for rangoli design.
I used the Red card stock from CrafTangles, and used the Lace Stencil in SU - Coral calypso to ink up to get the tone on tone look.
I stamped and colored the brother and sister stamps on Canson watercolor paper and fussy cut the image to add.
I used a double sided tape at the very bottom to add the foil. I added the image right above it, and stamped the sentiment on the top corner, and used the hoop like sequins from the Retro set.
Added the panel to a white base to finish off.





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The second one is made using the Teal card stock from CrafTangles and a black base. I stamped and heat embossed the mermaid using black embossing powder, and colored the image using markers, I had used the Staedtler Marspgraphic 3000 duo markers, these are water based markers.
To my surprise the image came out well, even though it is a colored paper.
I then placed the center of the same stencil on the mermaid face and inked up using the Su ink, again aiming for the tone on tone look.
I stamped the bubbles and added some glossy accent to these and also to the star on the mermaid's hair.
Stamped the sentiment on the bottom corner, above the foil, then added a chipboard strip to the base card and added the front.




A close up at the mermaid and the bubbles

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The third card is a crazy idea for a shaker. I started with all white front and base. Then stenciled the front using SU ink.
Then I added the turquoise foil in broad stripes, and used a die cut to cut out the word, assembled the shaker, added the sequins Candy Blue.
The sentiment is stamped from the set - Everyday sentiments.







I hope you like my inspiration today, see you next time!

Supplies:
Rainbow Reactive Foil Transfer sheet
Gold reactive Foil Transfer Sheet
Turquoise reactive Foil Transfer Sheet
CrafTangles Lace Stencil
CrafTangles Card Stock - Sapphire Blue
Mermaid Kisses Stamp set
Happy Rakhi Bro Stamp set
Everyday Sentiments
CrafTangles Retro Sequins
CrafTangles Candy Blue Sequins

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind feedback :) Have a great day!
                                                                    

Comments

  1. What Gorgeous creations.. that stencil bg is superb! Rakshabandhan card.. has to be my favorite!

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    1. :) Thank you so much. Rahmat indeed did a fab job with the cards :)

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  2. Wonderful cards !! I loved the use of colored cardstock a lot :)

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words :)

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  3. Fantastic cards.... Loved the BG in all ❤️

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