Handmade Cards, Pretty Pink Posh DT

Pretty Pink Posh 4th of July

Today, I’m using the new 4th of July stamp set from Pretty Pink Posh. I kept the colouring simple and used some sparkly embossing glitters from WOW Embossing.

I began by creating my background, die cutting strips of red and white card using the Simple Strip die set.

Next, I stamped images from the 4th of July stamp set, and coloured with copic markers. I kept the colouring very simple, only using R27 & B06 markers with no blending.

I embossed the stars and firework images with WOW Ruby Romance & Old Glory embossing glitters. Old Glory is a really fun mix – blue embossing glitter with white and red ultra high embossing powder. These larger flecks of powder show up amongst the blue glitter and is just perfect for a 4th of July celebration card.

On a panel of white card, I stamped a sentiment from the stamp set. I then adhered the images, using die cut layers for dimension.

To finish my sentiment, I stamped the large America word on a separate piece of white card and embossed with WOW Neutral Ultra Shimmer embossing glitter. I used the coordinating die to cut out the word, layered die cuts behind it for dimension, then adhered to my panel. I love having the coordinating die for the word as it gives so many more design possibilities.

Finally, I added the panel over my striped background to finish my card.


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WS02 Neutral Ultra Shimmer
WS02 Neutral Ultra Shimmer
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Dual Speed Heat Tool
Dual Speed Heat Tool
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WOW Embossing Ink Pad
WOW Embossing Ink Pad
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WS39 Ruby Romance
WS39 Ruby Romance
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Simple Strips
Simple Strips
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4th of July
4th of July
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4th of July coordinating dies
4th of July coordinating dies
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WS255 Old Glory
WS255 Old Glory
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Disclaimer: Pretty Pink Posh products kindly provided to me as part of my design team work. All opinions expressed are my own.

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