Hello everyone! Justin here, and today I am feeling tropical and vibrant as I share with you the 2 projects that I created using the Rina K. Designs Sending Sunshine StampnStencil Set! I used all 3 elements of this bundle to create these cards, along with some flock and Glitz Glitter Gel, so let’s get to sharing!
Tropical Fruity Cards with Rina K. Designs
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Below is a product list of what was used to create these cards:
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Therm O Web Products Used:
Rina K. Designs StampnStencil Stamp Set- Sending Sunshine
Rina K. Designs StampnStencil Detail Stencil- Sending Sunshine
Rina K. Designs StampnStencil Die Set- Sending Sunshine
Rina K. Designs Electro Pop Neon Flock- Hello Yellow
Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel- Iridescent
Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel- Sweet Mango
Deco Foil Transfer Gel Blanco
UltraBond Permanent Adhesive
iCraft 3D Foam Tape, White, 1/16″
Craft & Carrier Sheets
Other Products Used:
Catherine Pooler Inks: Glitz, Grass Skirt, Orange Twist, Martini, Lime Rickey, & Deck the Halls
Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink
Snowfall Embossing Powder
Embossing Ink Pad
Cutting (2) A2-sized pieces of light aqua cardstock, I blended them from the bottom up with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink to create an ombré.
Using the Sending Sunshine Detail Stencil, I applied Iridescent Glitz Glitter Gel over the bubble portion of the stencil on both the bottom and top of the panel. I tacked my stencil down using Pixie Tape, and spread my Glitz Glitter Gel with my Stencil Pal. I set each panel aside to dry.
Using the Sending Sunshine Stamp Set, I stamped out 3 pineapples using Glitz & Grass Skirt Ink by Catherine Pooler. I used the coordinating die set to cut them out.
Using the Sending Sunshine Stamp Set, I stamped out 3 oranges using Orange Twist Ink by Catherine Pooler. I used the coordinating die set to cut them out as well.
To finish my stamping, I used the Sending Sunshine Stamp Set to stamped out multiple tropical leaves using Lime Rickey, Martini & Deck the Halls Ink by Catherine Pooler. I used the coordinating die set to cut them out.
Using my Stencil Pal, I placed the citrus portion of the Sending Sunshine Detail Stencil over each center of my oranges and spread a solid layer of Transfer Gel Blanco. I set this aside to dry.
Using my Stencil Pal, I placed the pineapple portion of the Sending Sunshine Detail Stencil over each center of my pineapples and spread a solid layer of Sweet Mango Glitz Glitter Gel. I set this aside to dry.
Next, I took the “orange” and “fine-apple” sentiment from the Sending Sunshine StampnStencil Stamp Set and heat embossed them in white powder onto black cardstock and then fussy cut the sentiments out.
Once my orange pieces were dry, I placed them onto a piece of Hello Yellow Rina K. Designs Electro-pop Neon Flock, placed them into a carrier sheet, and processed them through my laminator. I removed the flock transfer sheet to reveal flocked slices of oranges.
Using UltraBond Adhesive and 1/16″ iCraft 3D Foam Tape in white, I arranged my cluster of fruits, leaves and sentiments, and then adhered them as a unit to my dried iridescent card front! My cards were complete!
Below are a few more images from my completed projects!
Thank you so much for stopping by the Therm O Web blog today! I hope these cards leave you with some tropical inspiration and with an idea on how to use the StampnStencil sets by Rina K. Designs for some fun projects!
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