Monday, April 29, 2019

Thanks fur all you do | Kindred Stamps & Thermoweb Collab

Hey guys! Today I'm sharing this card I made using the A Bit Spotted set from Kindred Stamps and also Thermowebs new Flock Transfer Sheets, Toner Transfer Sheets and some fun Gold Sequins Foil.  I was really curious about the Flock and wanted to give that a try. Now, I did this the hard way. I thought I had to transfer the flock in order to use it. So I used some Neenah Solar White 110lb cardstock and covered it with Transfer Gel. 

If you watched this video of me using the gel with a pallete knife, well, let me tell you the Deco Foil Stencil Pal is a must for this. It made the process of laying a thin EVEN layer of Transfer Gel unbelievably easy. I let the gel dry for a hour and then used my Laminator, and both the Green Envy and White Latte colors, to transfer the flock on to the the cardstock. I did this so I could die cut the flock. The clouds and grass are both die cuts from this experiment.
Now you can go ahead and just die cut the Flock Transfer sheets and use them exactly how they are. Which makes this process a bunch easier. Using the flock with the Transfer Gel is definitely a technique I want to combine with a stencil. 

I love the look of the flock images. I know I've said it a thousand times, but I love texture. I really like using different texture elements on my cards. So pairing the flock with a distress ink blended background and a bit of shine with a foil dog tag was fun to create. I was intrigued by the Toner Transfer Sheets and really wanted to explore foiling die cuts. So using a piece of the Toner Sheets I used my laminator once again and some Gold Sequins Transfer foil. This worked so well! After it cooled I ran that piece through my die cutting machine with a small tag die. Of course I'm calling this tag a dog tag!

The, A Bit Spotted set was used with Amalgam ink and colored with Copics (List below, it's a small list, cause, ya know Dalmations are easy to color!) I did fussy cut these little guys out, leaving just a hint of a white border. I also used a standard hole punch to create tennis balls! I punched a few holes with the left overs of the die cutting the dog tag and used a white gel pen to create small tennis ball like details. Then place done in the grass and the other was slightly cut and placed on the center puppies mouth. I love how this could be used for either a Mother's Day themed card or a Father's Day. Perfect for this time of year.

Copic Markers used:
W6, W3, W1, W0, R83
R39, R27, R14, BG13, BG15
Colorless Blender

Thank you guys for stopping by today! I love how this card turned out and I really wish you could see the shine of the foil and the texture of the flock in person. Thank you Thermoweb for letting me experiment with some of your awesome products! Have a great day!

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