Friday, 15 July 2016

Stampin' Up! Summer sorbet Congratulations cake card using ombre inks

Stampin' Up! Summer Sorbet congratulations cake card using ombre inks

I made this card for a card swap, and wasn't quite sure where I was going with it when I started, but I'm pleased with the result.

Like the birthday card in the previous post I used the lovely Summer Sorbet stamp set, this time using the cake stamp which I fussy cut out. I also used the Rich Razzleberry omre ink pad like last time - I like the dimension it gives to the card. 

I wanted the centre of the card to stand out so I cut some fun foam to put behind it. The height of the centre piece is the same as the card base, it's just narrower.

Stampin' Up! Summer Sorbet congratulations cake card using ombre inks

I thought silver would look good with the Rich Razzleberry so I silver heat embossed the sentiment, and used a stamp from the Timeless Textures set down the sides of the card. I like the abstract look it gives. 

The clear drops are actually glue from the fine tip glue pen. And the sequins were the finishing touch.

Stampin' Up! Summer Sorbet congratulations cake card using ombre inks

I've got a limited edition stamp and die set to tell you about next time - only available from 2 - 31 August (or while stocks last). Just a reminder too that for every €60/£45 you spend in the month of July, you get a voucher for €6/£4.50 to used in August - so you could use it on the stamp and die set!

Last word for today on the ombre ink pads. Stampin' Up! have produced a short video showcasing them and how to use them:










Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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