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.
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.
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.