Hi Everyone I’m back – now you’ve had a chance to shade your Ice Cream’s from the last tutorial, I’ll show you how to make a double Ice Cream card – painting with tissue paper, to create a candy stripe background with heat embossing.
Below I’ll give you a list of products you’ll need & a talk you through step by step in tutorial video. Let’s get started!
What You Need;
5×7″ Card Blank TLD – Ice Cream Treats Clear Stamp Set Watercolour Card Glitter Card Super Fine Gold Metallic Embossing Powder Embossing Powder Ink Pad Black Card Sequins Tissue Paper Hexagon / Rectangle Nesting Dies Foam Pads/Double Sided Tape Drys Clear Glue
If you have any questions – comment below. Give this a go & share your creations with us on Facebook or tag us on Instagram @twinkle_lanedesigns Suzanne x
Hi Everyone Today I’m sharing with you a card I made using watercolour pencils with the Ice Cream Treats Stamp. Although I normally colour with alcohol markers & pencils, I do like to try different techniques when stamping images. In this step by step tutorial I’ll will talking you through how I stamped the Ice Cream using two different coloured ink pads.
Below we will list just what materials you’ll need.
What You Need
8×8 Card Blank TLD – Ice Cream Treats Clear Stamp Set TLD – 4mm & 6mm Mixed Coloured Pearls TLD – Sweet Treats Paper Pack Gold Mirror Card Watercolour Card White 210gsm Card Hexagon Nesting Dies Square Nesting Dies Memento Ink Pads – Desert Sand, Rose Bud, Dandelion, Bahama Blue Watercolour Pencils Embossing Folder
Step By Step
Step 1: With your square nesting dies – cut the largest to fit the 8×8 card blank in the gold mirror card. Then take the next die size down & cut a square in the white card.
Step 2: Take your momento ink pads and on a glass matt – press a little ink down of each colour separately & add a touch of water to each inked dab. Now with the small ice cream clear stamp press the stamp into the first colour of watery ink & start stamping to create a backing paper on the white card. Don’t worry if the ink runs you want the mini ice creams to look like they have a watercolour/sketchy feel.
Step 3: Once background is finished & dry matt & layer the stamped background onto the gold mirror card & stick them both onto the card blank.
Step 4: Take a large hexagon nesting die which will fit the 8×8 card – cut the first hexagon in gold mirror card & with an embossing folder run it through your die cutting machine. With the next hexagon size die down cut a hexagon in the waffle paper from the Sweet Treats paper pack. With another hexagon die down cut a piece of watercolour card.
Step 5: Now with the watercolour card – your ready to start stamping the large Ice Creams (you will also need to create a mask on a scrap piece of paper) Start with the center cone – inking up just the cone of the ice cream with Desert Sand ink pad first – careful not to go over the top line of the cone. Now ink up the Ice Cream part of the stamp in your chosen colour – I’ve stamped blue for my first cone.
Step 6: Now repeat the stamping using different colour for the ice creams – masking off the center ice cream
Step 7: Using the watercolour pencils start painting the ice creams. Once you’ve finished ink around the edge of the hexagon.
Step 8: Finish off by matt and layering all the hexagons – I’ve put foam tape on the back of the watercolour card. Die cut small hexagons for the sentiment. Pearls have been glued into each corner
If you give this a go please share your creations with us on Facebook or tag us on Instagram @twinkle_lanedesigns Suzanne x
Hi Everyone Hope you are all well. We wanted to showcase the card we created during our first facebook live, last Saturday. If you missed it – you can catch up over on our facebook page. Thank you to those who did tune in. We made a beautiful card using the Gerbera Clear Stamp Set.
In case you did miss the video – here’s a list of the items you need to create this card;
Happy New Year to you all! Here’s to 2021 & let’s just hope it’s better than the last. We have many exciting projects and events coming up for 2021 – some I can’t share with you at the moment, but keep your eyes out for updates over the next few months. We are also sponsoring lots of blog challenege throughout the year – so look out for everyones fabulous designs. I’ll pop a list below of the blogs we are sponsoring this month.
New Year – New Digi Stamp Designs
You all must know by now I love flowers – so I’m starting the new year off with early blooming flowers. Snowdrops and Crocuses are for me that first sign spring is on it way & I’ve created a beautiful new digi stamp with a mix of them both.
On the A5 sheet you will receive the main crocus and snowdrop digi stamp, a small crocus stamp and one sentiment. All new digi stamp now come in SVG format too!
I’ve used this design on the first page of my 2021 journal
Isn’t it pretty – to finish off the page I’ve stamped little circles in Gold Wow Embossing powders. Created a ombre January with promarkers & placed decorative washi tape over the punched holes – which match the shades of the crocuses.
Second New Release of 2021
The digi stamp isn’t our only new release for the new year – I’ve also designed some decorative frames used the crocuses and snowdrops. These are great for scrapbooking, journalling & cardmaking. Aren’t they so pretty?
This week we launched our Brand New ‘Daisy Posy’ Clear Stamps & today we are going to show you how to create this cute mini Birthday Card. Below we will list the materials & show you a step by step guide – lets go…
What you’ll need;
* Twinkle Lane Designs – Daisy Posy Clear Stamp Set * White Card * Blue Card * Embossing Folder * Small Pearls * Ribbon * Black Ink Pad * Alcohol Markers / Colouring Pencils * Glitter * Foam Pads *Edge Die * Double Sided Tape
STEP BY STEP Guide
Step 1: With a plain white piece of card – stamp your daisy posy twice – you will need to use an ink pad which doesn’t bleed when using alcohol markers. We’ve gone for blue hues but you could a colour of your choice. Once I’ve shaded with promarkers, I then put shading in with coloured pencils.
Step 2: Once your happy with the shading – cut around the daisy flowers – cutting off the stalks. Then take another piece of A4 white card – fold in half to make an A5 card – measure the centre point & cut in half – this will give you an A6 card. Fold will be to the left & opening to the right.
Step 3: Blue card measurement; 5.7 x 14.8cms White card measurement; 5.1 x 14.8cms These measurements include the fancy edge cut with the die.
Step 4: With foam pads – stick these to the back of both cut out daisies & the blue piece of card. Remember not to place foam pads where your daisies go behind the blue card. Instead place a little double sided tape there – to make sure the edges stick down.
Step 5: With your die cut edge white piece of card – grab an embossing folder & emboss your card.
Step 6: With some ribbon (we’ve used gingham) stick this in the middle of the embossed piece of white card & then stick the card down with double sided tape to the blue card.
Step 7: Time for some finishing touches. Cut some extra ribbon & tie this into your strip of ribbon in a knot – to create a faux bow. Using the Happy Birthday stamp in the pack – stamp this on a scrap piece of paper & cut it into a small rectangle. Glue small pearls onto the edges of the cut shape. Then add some glitter to the centre of the flower – for a little sparkle.
Get your Daisy Posy (Gerbera Daisy Flower) Stamp Set HERE