On today’s card I am using both the cat and dog stencils along with the infinity love stamp.
My card panel is a piece of Accent Opaque cardstock cut to 4 ¼ x 5 ½. I started out by securing about ¼ of the cat stencil to the left hand side of the cardstock. Next, I inked through the stencil with Maker Forte clear (embossing) ink. I then sprinkled this with fine detail white embossing powder and then used my heat gun to melt the embossing powder. I repeated the same process on the right hand side of the card using the dog stencil.
I chose a heart die from my stash and centered this on the card panel. I ran this through my die cutting machine. This left me with a negative space and a positive (the actual heart cut-out). I ink blended a Catherine Pooler ink over the negative panel in a light brown.
Next, I used the positive die cut- which is the heart piece. I inked up the colors of the rainbow using Catherine Pooler inks. To do this, I taped off a portion of the heart, inked up the color and then moved the tape. I’m an eyeball measurement specialist (haha!) and so I didn’t measure out the space needed for each rainbow color. I “eyeballed” it to make sure that all 7 colors would fit on the heart.
I then stamped out one of the paw prints with the heart in the middle and fussy cut that out. I added a small hole punch to the top of the paw. A piece of twine was wrapped around the heart, and through the paw print. I then adhered foam to the back of the heart.
The main card panel was then adhered to a white card base. The love infinity was stamped onto the panel and a sentiment strip created using a stamp set from my stash. The foam heart was then adhered to the card panel.
That’s it for this card! I would love to know what you think!