Today I actually have 2 videos to share and 5 cards!
I actually started out to create one foiled card with the Sassy & Crafty Butterfly Wings stencil and some pretty rainbow foil. The next thing I know, I’m flocking for the first time and playing with some new texture pastes and stencils!
5 cards later…I have a bunch to share today!
I was pleasantly surprised when I tried the flocking transfer sheets with the transfer gel blanco that I got from Therm-O-Web. I played with the foils earlier in the week, but the flocking sheets were a new medium for me.
You actually end up with 2 backgrounds you can use to create cards with!
I applied the Transfer Gel Blanco through the Sassy & Crafty stencil using a medium pink cardstock panel. Once it was dry, I placed the flocking sheet, flocking side down on top of the dried gel and ran it through my laminator.
When I peeled the two sheets apart, I was happily surprised to find that I had two backgrounds I could use. I used the transfer gel background on pink with the Flutter by Butterfly stamp set from Sassy & Crafty and heat embossed one of the images in Wow Inca Glintz and added a little color with some distress oxide ink blending. I fussy cut this out and added a fussy cut black mat behind it to make it pop on the background. A sentiment finished the card off.
This is the “leftover” piece of flocking! I trimmed it down, added a black mat and a cute critter from the I’m Stuck on You stamp set from Sassy & Crafty. This is my favorite card of the day!
Video Tutorial: Flocking
Since I was already making a mess and I had the butterfly stamp set out, I foiled a background with the Butterfly Wings stencil and heat embossed one of the butterfly images on vellum for a pretty colorful card.
Then I realized that I really wanted to see how the Ranger Texture Paste in transparent Matte looked if I colored it with some distress oxide ink and put it through the Paw Prints stencil from Sassy & Crafty.
This card uses the Love in an Envelope stamp set from Sassy & Crafty along with a sentiment from the Stuck on You stamp set. I love the way that background turned out! What a fun stencil!
Of course, I could not let the extra paste go to waste so I created a background with the Seeing Spots stencil and an image from the My Kind of Crazy Stamp set.
Video Tutorial 2: The Other Card Backgrounds!
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