Hey friends! It’s Amanda from Twiddler’s Nook here sharing this fuzzy, fun slimline card featuring more new goodies from the most recent release!
To create my card, I started by grabbing the Lemon and Leaves stencil, choosing some inks, my blending brushes and a white panel for my stenciling.
You’ll notice that I had a yellow ink picked out but as I got that far in my stenciling I thought it would be way more fun to make fuzzy lemons. So I switched gears for that last layer and spread Thermoweb Transfer Gel Blanco through the lemon layer.
After I spread the transfer gel, I set my panel aside to dry while I cleaned up my mess and also turned on my laminator to heat up so it was ready to go when the panel was dry. I ran the panel through my laminator with a yellow decofoil flock transfer sheet in a folded piece of parchment paper. Then I just peeled the flock sheet away from the stenciled panel and MAGIC!
Then I pulled out the Slimline Embossed Edge dies and cut the largest one from black cardstock and the third largest one from the stenciled panel. Then I die cut the new Slimline Striped Frame Panel die from white cardstock.
For assembly, I adhered the black panel to a white card base, then adhere the striped frame panel to that. I added foam tape to the back of the stenciled panel and popped it in place next.
For my sentiment, I stamped hello from the new Big & Bold Sentiments stamp set and trimmed it out with my paper trimmer. I popped it on with foam tape as well.
I just LOVE the bright yellow lemons and their green leaves popping against the white and black of this card! Isn’t it just awesome!?!
Products used on today’s card:
Trinity Stamps Lemon and Leaves stencil
Trinity Stamps Slimline Striped Frame Panel dies
Trinity Stamps Slimline Modern Embossed Panels dies
Trinity Stamps Big & Bold Sentiments stamps
Trinity Stamps Blending Buddy brushes
Trinity Stamps Blending Bar
Trinity Stamps Blending Bar Magnetic Color Caps
Thermoweb Transfer Gel Blanco
Thermoweb Decofoil Flock Transfer Sheets – yellow
Thermoweb Stencil Pal
I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!
One thought on “Hello Lemons”
Beautiful! The flock made those lemons so bright and pretty.