Cardmaking – Creating a Tissue Paper Background

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

Cardmaking Tutorial;

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


Colour With Me – Ice Cream Treats

Hi Everyone
If you’ve recently purchased some of clear stamps from the ‘Sweet Treats’Collection – we are going to bring you a new series over on our Youtube channel called ‘Colour With Me’ this will also include the floral stamps too.
If you watched our show over on The Craft Store TV you’ll have seen me shading in the ice cream cone – but I’ve created a video so you can refer back to it when you want & even follow along. See below for the list of colours you will need to shade the cone & ice cream.

What You Need

We’ve used promarkers but you use the equivalent in the alcohol pens you use

FOR THE CONE;
Pastel Yellow
Tan
Caramel

FOR THE ICE CREAM
Soft Green
Mint Green
Caramel
Cocoa
Burnt Sienna
Lipstick Red
Burgundy
Leaf Green
Cerise
Tan
Putty

I’ve also used coloured pencils to make the colours pop.

Thanks for watching – show me your coloured Ice Creams by tagging us on Instagram @twinkle_landesigns
Suzanne x


Christmas In July: Shading the Snowglobe Digi

What you need to create this card;
7×7 pre-folder card / Silver Mirror Card / Square Nesting Shaped Dies / Background Paper (we’ve used one from ‘Christmas Penguins‘) / Sue Wilson Snowflake Die / Foam Pads / Glue / Adhesive Gems / Glitter / Double Sided Tape.

To start we’ve die cut silver mirror card & layered the dotty paper from the Christmas Penguins Paper Pack – putting some purple glitter around the edge. Using the square nesting dies we’ve then die cut two frames – both the same size but one with silver cardstock and the other in pearlescent lilac cardstock & then interlinked them together & placed foam pads on the reverse. We’ve then shaded the snowglobe digi stamp which we’ll show you how to do in the video below. Finishing off a Sue Wilson snowflake corner die & lots of adhesive gems and pearls. Modern colour pallet for the Christmas Card – great for ladies and young girls.

Watch Our Speed Colouring Video Here;

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How To Create A Penguin Tunnel Card

We’ve been making another card with our cute Ice Skating Penguins. We will show you a step by step guide on how to create your own. There’s also a quick youtube colouring tutorial on how to shade our penguin digi.

For this card we have used just the lady penguin. This is a tunnel style card – instead of building the layers up on the card base – you build them on the inside – creating a tunnel.

Watch our how to shade the penguin digi in this youtube video;

Promarkers colours used to shade to penguin in the tutorial above

STEP BY STEP; Guide to assembling the card

Step 1: With your pre-scored 8×8 blank card – measure 1cm either side of the centre score line & then make your own score lines along your marked line.
Step 2: You will now have a valley fold
Step 3: Select the papers/card & nesting dies. We’ve used circle nesting die in 4 gradient sizes.
Step 4: Matt & layer your chosen card stock to the main card – take the second largest circle & place in the center of the card front & die cut out all layers.
Step 5: Cut the different layers of card stock using the nest circles. Make sure each circle is large enough to matt the small layer onto. Remember you building the layers in-wards, instead of out.
Step 6: Use foam pads to stick all inner layers together. I’ve added small ice skates (available from our Free Digi Sheet) around the outer frame along with die cut snowflakes.
Step 7: Shade in your digi stamp – see youtube tutorial for tips.
Step 8: Finish off with adhesive gems. You will have a lovely tunnel style Christmas card.

Here you can see all the build up of layers. I love the colour palette of teals and lilacs.
You can get the mini individual ice skates from the FREEBIES section on the site – see the competition page on how to access.

Twinkle Lane Designs products used to create this card;
Christmas Penguin Paper Pack; CLICK HERE
Ice Skating Penguin Digi Stamps; CLICK HERE