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Hello Adventure

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Just a quick simple card for today. 

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I started out with this Hello Adventure die cut file from the Silhouette Design Store.Hello Adventure

I welded it to a circle, with an offset circle set to a dashed line to create a stitched effect. I then created a rectangle with an internal offset, also with a dashed line. You can download the cut file for the card front below, but it won’t include the ‘Hello Adventure’ element since it’s not mine to distribute.

I cut out two of the card fronts with the Silhouette Portrait using white card stock, using the second one just as a mask to ink up the card. This wasn’t entirely necessary since the rest of the inked card stock is hidden behind the front panel but I prefer this way so that I don’t waste time inking up something that isn’t going to show.

I used my mini ink blending tool and three shades of Tim Holtz Distress: Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio, and Mowed Lawn. I did end up blending quite a bit of Mowed Lawn over the Cracked Pistachio because I wasn’t thrilled with how it looked.

All that was left was a matter of assembling the card, gluing it all down using my Tombow Stamp Runner. I cut out a 5.5 x 8.5 card base out of kraft card stock, perforating it with the Silhouette Portrait to create my score line.

 

Here is a full list of products and files used in the card (AZ = Amazon, SSS = Simon Says Stamp; SDS = Silhouette Design Store; Affiliate links included where possible):

  • Hello Adventure Die (SDS)
  • Stitched Circle Card Front (Dropbox)
  • Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads, Mini, Mowed Lawn (AZ | SSS)
  • Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads, Mini, Twisted Citron (AZ | SSS)
  • Silhouette Portrait (AZ | SSS)
  • Mini Ink Blending Tool  (AZ | SSS)
  • Brown Paper Bag Kraft Paper 65# (AZ)

Entering this card into the Color Throwdown Challenge #395

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Cindy June 4, 2016 at 11:09 pm

    Love the blending! Super design/card!!

  • Reply Lori June 8, 2016 at 1:41 am

    Fabulous clean and simple design! You blended the two ink colors just perfectly. Thanks for joining us at The Color Throwdown!

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