Monday, 8 April 2019

Designer Spotlight Dana

We know that you have seen this talented lady grace us with her card creations up on our blog and socials. How about getting to know her that little more....
WOW! Have asked a series of questions so you get to know Dana from our Design Team.

Q: What is your favourite thing about crafting?
A: I love getting inspiration everyday from craft inspiration.

Q:If you could choose to do anything to do for the day, what would it be?
A: Eating, Crafting, napping and repeat.

Q: Is there any you wish that would come back to into fashion?
A: Bell-bottoms.

Q: What song would you say would best sums you up?
A: Amor Fati by YonJa Kim

Q:What is your favourite book to read?
A: Harry Potter series and Russian Classic novels.

Q: Aside from necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without?
A: Coffee and Tea


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Hi, everyone!

I have another *Pastels* inspiration to share with you following our monthly theme. If you haven't joined our monthly Facebook challenge, click HERE and get a chance to win a prize!


For today's card, I started by heat embossing main images from Studio Katia Aloha Stamp Set.

First, I stamped them onto WOW! Superior Smooth White Card Stock using WOW! Clear Embossing Pad. I then sprinkled WOW! Rose Glintz Embossing Powder and WOW! Primary Chartreuse Embossing Powder and heat set them using Dual Speed Heat Gun.




Then, I colored them with alcohol markers and cut them out using coordinating dies. I added Nuvo Crystal Drops Gloss Simply White to each stamens.


Next, I ink blended A2 sized white card stock. I used Peeled Paint and Old Paper Distress Oxide Inks. I splattered clear water and white opaque ink here and there as shown in the picture.


After it dried, I heat embossed a sentiment from Whimsy Stamps Beaucoup Bouquet Sentiments Stamp Set using WOW! Rose Gold Embossing Powder.


Hope you enjoyed this card. Thank you so much for joining me today!

Supplies


1 comment:

  1. How pretty Dana and such great dimension on these beautifully colour Hibiscus flowers and foliage, and the yellow background shows the off beautifully, and finished with a wonderful gold embossed sentiment. x

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