I used my heat gun in between each color. Next, I added my die cuts from Top Dog Dies. I die cut Vintage Alphabet die twice in black and stacked together the letters for some added depth and dimension to the "hello" sentiment.
I added some loose threading behind and a sentiment below. I finished with a heart die cut from Mr.and Mrs. Banner die set in white card stock and sponged with more of the Rangers Fired Brick ink. I love the blend of these colors with the pop of the black letters in this fabulous font. The perfect size letters, too!
For my next project, I used the Mr.and Mrs. Banner die set. I wanted to create a wedding card that was elegant and full of love. I started with some white linen paper. I used the third die in this set to die cut two sets of graduated red hearts. I glued the hearts together for thicker more dimensional hearts.
I then used the the negative image as a stencil to line the hearts up and glue to the card. To add a little pizzazz, I used glossy accents on all of the hearts. They look really shiny and dimensional. I love the graduated effect as well.
I layered a gold metallic foil card stock behind the linen paper. For the sentiment portion, I knew I wanted to bring in more of the gold metallic. I die cut the Mr. and Mrs. banner three times.
I stacked three together, but instead of using all three in the metallic gold, I layered. The bottom layer is white, middle layer kraft, and top layer gold. This allows for a smooth transition from the white linen, but I do not have to use all my gold foil card stock to get the dimension I wanted.
For my last project, I am used the Make a Banner die set. I started with watercolor paper. I spritzed the paper first then brushed on different water color paints. I used medium blue, water blue, and lime green shades. I set it aside and let it dry completely.
Make a Banner die set and started die cutting the water color panel until I had twelve pierced squares cut out. I added foam tape to the back of each. I arranged my squares onto a white piece of card stock and layered with a pop of green to the white card base.
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