Ebrush Design Team: Mitsyana Wright Week 5 Cycle 2
Hello Crafty Friends!! It is week #2 of our June Sponsor, Latina Crafter!! And today I have another adorable card!! I am loving combining my eBrush with Latina Crafter's Stamps and Stencils!! I was amazed at the quality of their product! The stamps stamp nice and crisp and the stencils are thick and sturdy!! WOW... just, WOW!!
For this card I used Latina Crafter's Birthday Girl - Chica Cumpleañera. This little girl is just so sweet and I love her little bloomers and striped stockings!!
I started by stamping my image on illustration paper with my Momento Tuxedo Black ink pad. Then colored my image using my Spectrum Noir Markers.
I then cut out my image using my second to the largest Spellbinders Labels Twenty-Five die.Using my eBrush machine I airbrushed around the outer edge f my cut out with some of the same colors I used to color my image.
I also cut out heart patterned paper with my the biggest of my Darice Nesting Square dies. I also ebrushed around the outer edge of this cut out. I find ebrushing my cut outs defines the shapes more and makes them really "pop"!
Next I taped my shaped down to my work area. I will be applying modeling paste and taping down whatever it is I'm working on helps minimize bulging and warping.
I applied a thin layer on top of my stencil... the stencil I used is from the Latina Crafter's Stencils Cumpleaños set. I used a spatula to apply my modeling paste and scraped off the excess and removed my stencil. I cleaned my stencil right away and set my modeling paste aside to dry.
Once it was dried I place my clean stencil back on top of my modeling paste fitting it back into the grooves. I covered the remaining stencil cut-outs with blue painters tape so I wouldn't accidentally spray into any of the exposed areas.
Then I eBrushed each pennant with the same Spectrum Noir Markers I used previously. Now I have individually colored 3D pennants!! Too cute!
I had a border punch that went perfectly with a birthday theme... so I cut out about a 6 inch chain... I don't need that much but this way I can pick and choose which section looks the best and crop it. I ebrushed my cupcake chain too... isn't it just too sweet?!!
After stamping my sentiment and assembling my card front together I did notice a little warping in my paper so I ran the whole front through my Xyron Create-a-Sticker.
Once it was adhered I couldn't even tell it was warped to begin with. And lastly, I also ebrushed some flatback pearls to make them look like cherries and added them to the top of the cupcakes.
And here is my finished card!!
I hope you enjoyed today's project!!
Supplies and Tools used
Birthday Girl - Chica Cumpleañera (Latina Crafter)
Stencils Cumpleaños (Latina Crafter)
Spectrum Noir Markers (TN3, TN4, TN5, LG1, LG2, LG3, PP1, PP2, PP3, PP4, HB1, HB2, HB3, LY1, LY2, LY3, IB1, IB2, IB3, FS4, FS6)
Spellbinders Nestabalities Labels Twenty-Five
Darice Nesting Squares
Ek Success Cupcake Chain Large Edger Punch
Canson Illustration Paper 150 lb
Momento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad
Patterned Paper ( DCWV- The Countdown Stack, Sanrio-Hello Kitty Paper Crafting Pad)
EK Success Corner Punch
Flatback pearls (Michael's )
Opaque Marker- Snow (Recollections)
To see more of my work visit my personal blog at upontippytoes.com
Super awesome card Mitsyana!! the Birthday Girl looks amazing and all the other details, WOW!!! love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Diana!! She was so much fun to color!! I just love her!Delete
Simply adorable. Love how you eBrushed the stencil banner. Great idea!ReplyDelete
Thank you Yolie!! You know I just had to try it... and I'm glad I did... I love how it came out!Delete