Sunday, December 13, 2020

Wendy Vecchi Crazy Colorful Birthday Bash Card

A small screech of the Christmas brakes (insert noise) for a quick, easy, and colorful birthday card, using the Wendy Vecchi Birthday Bash Stamp, Stencil and Die Set from Ranger, along with a few other Wendy goodies.

 I taped off every other stripe on the Repeating Quilt stencil from Stamper's Anonymous. Then I inked in a stripe of Garden Patina, then a stripe of Cactus Flower, repeating the process until all were inked.
 
 I removed the tape and then added it back on going the other way. I inked it the stripes with Tiger Lily and Prickly Pear this time. 
 
Using the small star from the Birthday Bash stamp set, I stamped the stars following a pattern using all four of the same color of inks. 
 
 I laid the Lots of Dots Stencil over the card and inked in using Jet Black Archival. I misted the card with Pearl Mica Spray. I trimmed the card to fit on a black cardstock mat and then onto the landscape card, 3.5 x 5.25, and inked the edges in Potting Soil before mounting.
 
Using the cake layers part of the stencil, I inked the same four colors with a detail blending tool, alternating them on a 1 x 5.25 strip of cardstock. I lightly misted with Pearl Mica Spray, and then I mounted this on black cardstock and then adhered this to the bottom part of the card. I stamped the sentiment on the left side of the strip in Jet Black.
 
I die cut the Tim Holtz Sizzix oval from Perfect Cardstock, and inked over it with Garden Patina. I used a black pen to draw the rim. I adhered this to the right side of the card on the strip. I stamped and cut out the cake. I used the matching stencil to ink in the cake and stamped the cake texture on. I stamped and cut out the star and inked it. Then I adhered the cake and star on the plate. I used Enamel Accents to color in the star and added the decorative frosting. 
 
Supplies: 
(Stay-tion, Ink Blending Tool, Washi Tape, Stamping Block, Stamp Platform, Detail Blending Tool, Die Cutting Machine, Scissors, Black Pen, Two Sided Tape, Foam Tape) 
-Ranger Wendy Vecchi Perfect Cardstock: Landscape Cards, Panels 
-Stamper's Anonymous Wendy Vecchi Stencils For Art: Repeating Quilt, Lots of Dots 
-Ranger Wendy Vecchi Blendable Dye Ink: Tiger Lily, Cactus Flower, Garden Patina, Prickly Pear, Potting Soil 
-Ranger Wendy Vecchi Stamp, Stencil, and Die Set: Birthday Bash 
-Ranger Archival Ink: Jet Black 
-Ranger Wendy Vecchi Mica Spray: Pearl 
-Ranger Surfaces: Black Cardstock 
-Sizzix Tim Holtz Movers and Shapers: Sized Ovals 
-Ranger Wendy Vecchi Perfect Card Adhesive 
-Ranger Wendy Vecchi Enamel Accents: Potting Soil, Garden Patina, Cactus Flower, Leaf Green 
-Ranger Enamel Accents: Cheese Puff
 
And now back to Christmas crafting for me. Thanks so much for stopping by. Oh and, if you see Wendy Vecchi today on social media wish her a happy birthday, because today is her day!  I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!

4 comments:

  1. Zany, quirky, colourful, fabulous!
    Alison x

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  2. Oh My Gosh, your creation is just gorgeous! Love that you made your own plaid! How cool! And the colors are beautiful! So fun with the cake on the plate too! Love it all! Thanks for sharing your creative ideas with us!

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  3. This card is so terrifically fun, vibrant and eye-catching. It positively sings with the spirit of happy birthdays and just makes one happy to see.

    Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life

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