Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Cards Inspiration with Martha

Hello everyone, Martha Lucia here with a Masculine idea to share with you. Creating masculine cards is not easy for me but by combining the papers of Quick Quotes I found my inspiration.

Take a look at my card:
UN MODELO MASCULINO

In the end creating this card was simple:
  1. I cut the base using whisper white card stock. The size is 4-1/4"x11" with score in 5-1/2".
  2. I cut a second layer using the red side of the new Earth Wind Fire 108 paper and I pasted it over the base card. The size is 4"x5-1/4".
  3. I cut a vertical banner using the white and blue side of Anchor Aweigh 107 and I inked all the borders using PowderPuff Chalk Ink in Navy.
  4. I pasted the banner over the left side using double sided foam tape or zapdots.
  5. I cut an oval using a cross stitched framelit and I stamped the Anchor image over this using an image of the stamp set Paper Tattos of Joy Clair. The word True Love was building with the separated letters that are included on this stamp set. All the images were stamped with PowderPuff Chalk Ink Navy.
  6. Using a sponge I applied PowderPuff Chalk Ink Desert Sun on the borders of the oval using the framelit as stencil.
  7. I pasted the inked oval over the front of the card and decorated the right side of the panel with two white metal dots.
UN MODELO MASCULINO

The soul of this card is the perfect combination of papers. Both are from different collections but I get a perfect match in my masculine creation. The new Earth Wind Fire Collection will be soon on the Quick Quotes Store and this is plenty of vibrant colors and with these you will get very masculine creations, but take care these paper aren't masculine, there are colorful!

Quick Quotes Products Used:
Other Products Used:
  • Whisper White Card Stock
  • Oval Cross Stitched Framelits and Big Shot
  • Stamp Set Paper Tattos of Joy Clair
  • Double Sided Foam Tape or Zapdots and Adhesive
  • Metal Embellishments.
Thank you for stopping by. See you soon!
Martha Lucia
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