Hello crafty friends! First, I’d like to thank you for joining me today. It’s Elena from elenasalo.com. This is my second post with projects I made using dies from the On the Wings of Love Collection, catch my first post here. For today’s cards I’ve chosen a die from Love Dream Create set. It reminds me of fairytale cityscape where elves and fairies live. And on my card I tried to show how this city would look like at night in moon light.
If you liked this idea, you can make the same card, just follow the instructions:
- Die-cut a label out of black cardstock using die from Love Dream Create set.
- Draw the skyline in the middle of the “cityscape” with the white gel pen. Cover the label over the line with Wink of Stella shimmer brush and under the line cover it with the glossy accent and leave until it dries.
- Die-cut one more cityscape out of white cardstock and add double sided adhesive on the back not to lose tiny “windows” from the label. Cover them all with silver glitter glue, wit until it dries and adhere black and white cityscapes together
- Create A2 top folding card base out of gray cardstock. Add shades to the front of the card with blending tool using white and black inks.
- Die-cut a big circle using a circle die, cut out a small part of it and foam mount it at the top of the front side of the card.
- Draw a skyline and trees on the card base with a thin liner.
- Foam mount cityscape onto the card trying to match both skylines. Add some dots and details with white gel pen. Add the sentiment to the moon.
The card is finished!
I created one more similar card, but placed the cityscape in different way and used the sentiment “Create” from Words set.
Here I used die #4 from Pierced Circles to create the moon.
- S4-888 Words
- S5-356 Love Dream Create
- SCD-009 Pierced Circles
- PE-100 Platinum™ 6 Die Cutting And Embossing Machine
- T-001 Tool ‘N One
Black Cardstock; Grey Cardstock; Double Sided Adhesive; Foam Squares; Wink of Stella shimmer brush, Ranger Glossy Accent; Sakura White Gel Pen; Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment Ink; Hero Arts India Ink Black Dye Ink.
It would be great if you can share with me your thoughts in the comments what do you like or don’t like about my today’s cards.
Thank you so much for stopping by! See you soon!