Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Riding Rainbows by Alison Hall





 

Hi Everyone! I have been using Gelatos again, and I have a rainbow bright card to share with you today.

 

Ingredients 


Carabelle Studio Stamp Sets - French Lily Background and Leafs by Birgit Koopsen
Faber-Castell Gelatos - Lime, Cotton Candy, Raspberry and Mango
PaperArtsy White Smoothy Card
Kraft Card Blank - 6x4 inch
Blue Heart Gem

 

Instructions 

 

1. Cut a piece of white card, 5.5 x 3.5 inches, then scribble different colours of Gelato over it. Blend the Gelatos with your fingers.
 

2. Lay the Crafter's Workshop template over the card, then use a baby wipe to remove the colour through it.
 

3. Stamp the French Lily Background with the black ink, then clear emboss it with the detail clear embossing powder.
 

4. Stamp the phrase from the Leafs stamp set onto white card, clear emboss, then cut into four pieces. Use a sponge to edge each piece with Black Soot Distress ink, then glue in place on the background.
 

5. Sponge the edges of your artwork with the Black Soot Distress ink, then attach to a 6 x 4 inch kraft card. Finish the card off with a little blue heart gem.

 

I think this would make a great alternative Valentine's card.

 

Thanks for dropping by,

 

Alison x

* We have a fab workshop with Alison featuring Gelatos and the details can be found here. *
 

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Alison, these two sets of Carabelle stamps will be in my collection in 2015 as i love all the Birgit Koopsen plates very much. Stunning colours, the Gelatos have some very pretty colours :-) xxx

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  2. Beautiful card Alison, these two sets of Carabelle stamps will be in my collection in 2015 as i love all the Birgit Koopsen plates very much. Stunning colours, the Gelatos have some very pretty colours :-) xxx

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  3. Fabulous card, Alison! You can't go wrong with Carabelle Studio stamps and Gelatos.

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  4. I have never seen this make of stamps before. I'm off to check them out! Oh, I just thought, you're encouraging me to spend again! I love the vibrant colour on this and what a great alternative to the conventional Valentine! xx

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  5. Really gorgeous bright colours Alison and the black is a fab contrast - love it!
    Fliss xx

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  6. That is a gorgeous stamp which you have worked with so beautifully.

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