Friday, 3 June 2016

Ombre Swirly Scribbles

This is such a quick and easy card but, thanks to the Swirly Scribbles thinlit, still has wow factor.

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Swirly Scribbles are so versatile

I cut the panels to size first and cut and folded the Crushed Curry card base.

I cut the Swirly Scribbles lines from each of the following colours of cardstock:
Delightful Dijon
Crushed Curry
Daffodil Delight
So Saffron

Starting at the bottom, I glued the shapes to the panel - overlapping them a little on the left side.

I then white heat embossed the greeting from One Big Meaning.

I trimmed around the panel with a pair of snips to remove the excess Swirly Scribbles and then adhered the layers to the card base.

So quick!

This card is entered into the Crazy Crafters Project Highlights this week.  Click here to see the other great projects and vote for your favourites!

'Til next time
Stephanie


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14 comments:

  1. Wow 😲. Love how you have the ombre effect against the black. So very striking 🙂

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    1. Thank you Lisa. Yes - it's great fun and very versatile!

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  3. The yellow on black is so cool! Love the shading effect! Xx

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  4. Great use of the dies especially with the ombre effect. Love it! :)

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  5. What a clever idea! Ombre look with swirly dies. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  6. Great card Stephanie. Love the colours and those swirls - must get that die set :)

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    1. Thank you, Kirsten. Yep, it's a fun set!

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  7. Love how you have used this framelit, gorgeous Stephanie!

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