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Wicked Birthday

Of course I couldn't do princess cards without some villains as well! And as soon as I seen these, I had the perfect sentiment in mind for the inside of the card.


These evil cuties are from Sweet Stamp Shop's Queen and Wicked stamp sets. The sentiment was a freebie from Lawn Fawn for my birthday. :)


I die cut the A2 panels with Lawn Fawn's stitched rectangle stackables from some 110 lb. Recollections card stock.


I used the same ink blending technique for the backgrounds as I did for my princess cards. With a stencil, distress oxides, and a blending tool, I started in the center and faded out the ink towards the edges in a circular pattern.


I colored the images with a mix of Zig brush markers and Gansai Tambi watercolors. Then I fussy cut the images and popped them up with some foam tape.


I stamped the sentiment with Versafine black ink under each image.


For the inside, I used an alpha block set from Sweet Stamp Shop to make the sentiment "I hope it's wicked" I thought it went perfectly with these devious divas! :)





*I got a smudge of paint near the sentiment on this card and made it worse trying to fix it. So instead of messing with it further, I heat embossed the sentiment with some white detail embossing powder onto some black cardstock and covered it up! There's always a fix haha!


The last step was to attach the card panels to the card bases with my ATG gun.


Thanks for stopping by!


-Jenni

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I Love bright colors, cute critters and creating fun handmade projects.

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