Hi, this is Mona, and today I have a video tutorial for you where I will play with the Rina K. Designs Electro-Pop release. I am going to use various products like the Deco Foil Transfer Gel Blanco, Neon Flock and Neon Inkpads as well.

Fruit Cards with Electro-Pop Flock


I started the cardmaking with stamping and die-cutting. I stamped the solid images with Electro Pop Neon Inkpad. I wanted to create a darker yellow neon lemon, so I am mixing the Hello Yellow and Orange Glow inkpads with second generation stamping. I am using the Sending Sunshine and Sweet Stuff stamp sets by Rina K. Designs with my MISTI. When it was done, I run them through my die-cut machine with their coordinating dies. For the leaves, I have used the Screamin green inkpad and I stamped the flower with potent purple Electro Pop Inkpad.

I wanted to create a beachy feeling on this card, so I have used Blueprint Sketch, Salty Ocean, and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Inks. I continued the ink blending with Frayed Burlap Distress Oxide ink through the Bayou Stencil set by Lawn Fawn. This contains two stencils and with the second one, I will create my own bayou leaves with Blanco Deco Foil Transfer Gel and Neon Flock Transfer Sheets. I applied the Blanco Deco Foil Transfer Gel through the bayou stencil with stencil Pal. I repeated the process on my stamped images as well through their coordinating stencils.

I love this Blanco Transfer Gel! I think this is the whitest white paste I have ever tried, and the best is that its shiny after its dry. Once it was done, I let the images and the card front dry for one hour. During this, I am going to create the sentiment. I stamped this cute table from the Open Me Lawn Fawn stamp set and colored with my Copic markers. Next, I stamped on it the “You are so sweet” Sentiment from the Sweet Stuff stamp set by Rina K. Designs with watermark ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder.

Now it’s time to create the sandy beach. I just picked a cardstock from my stash and ran it through my die-cut machine with the Hillside border Dies from Lawn Fawn. Then I am checking how tall the sand should be, placing on it the Stitched Rectangle Dies and Sandy accents by Lawn Fawn, and run them together through my die-cut machine. In the end, I splattered on it with white and brown watercolor and let it dry.

Next, I warmed up my laminator and cut the Flock Transfer Sheets to the wished size then I run them through my laminator between Parchment Paper.

I started to put my card together. I decided to add Sunglasses to the lemon from this cute sticker set by Pebbles. Now it has personality and looks soo sweet. I have made a second card as well but with pineapple. I love the flock transfer sheets because of this velvety look! What about you?

I hope you have enjoyed my project for today, be sure to check the video tutorial on the Therm O Web’s YouTube Channel. Have an amazing day, Mona.

Colorful Fruit Cards Video Tutorial

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