Hello there. Shemaine here today sharing a couple of fun cards created with Rina K Designs Electro- Pop Neon inks and Glitter Glitz. These products are so fun to use. The bright colors make this 80’s girl smile and long for my neon pink jelly shoes!

Happy Birthday Cards

Therm-O-Web Products:

RINA K. DESIGNS NEON GLITZ GLITTER GEL – SCREAMIN’ GREEN
RINA K. DESIGNS NEON GLITZ GLITTER GEL – HELLO YELLOW
RINA K. DESIGNS NEON GLITZ GLITTER GEL – ORANGE GLOW
RINA K. DESIGNS NEON GLITZ GLITTER GEL – POPPIN’ PINK
RINA K DESIGNS ELECTRO POP INKS, SCREAMIN’ GREEN
RINA K DESIGNS ELECTRO POP INKS, HELLO YELLOW
RINA K DESIGNS ELECTRO POP INKS, POPPIN’ PINK
RINA K DESIGNS ELECTRO POP INKS, ORANGE GLOW
PIXIE SPRAY
DECO FOIL STENCIL PAL
MEMORY TAPE RUNNER XL™

Other product used:

Unity Stamp Co Heart Confetti stencil

Tim Holtz Layering stencil Mosiac

Pretty Pink Posh Scallop Hearts dies

Pretty Pink Posh Happy Birthday to you die

Hero Arts Stars Confetti background die.

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Happy Birthday Cards with Glitz

I started off this project with some of the Glitter Glitz colors and a stencil…

 

but then I changed my mind and decided I wanted to start with the Electro-Pop neon inks. I used these great blenders I found on Amazon. I started with the Poppin Pink and moved across the stencil with the other colors.

Once I’ve finished, the design is a beautiful variety of color.

I picked a different Stencil and repeated the same process with the inks.

Once I was finished with the inks, I spread a little of the same color glitter glitz over the same color ink on the stencil. I repeated this process with the other colors but not completely covering all the inked areas. The results were really pretty.

Now that I had prepared my inked and Glitz’d cardstock, I was ready to create my cards.

For the first card, I decided to cut the stencil in 1/2. I did this because I could make 2 cards with the design. I adhered a 1/2 inch by 5 1/2 inch piece of black cardstock and adhered it to the left side of the card base. Then I adhered the stenciled and inked strip next to it and finished the card with the Happy Birthday die cut. I used a few random die cut stars to finish my design.

For the second card, I die cut a heart shape out of the center of the card with the scalloped heart die from Pretty Pink Posh.

Next, I layered a black piece of cardstock cut at 5×4 behind the glitzed and stenciled cardstock.

For the sentiment, I used Rina K’s Electro-Pop Neon flock in Orange Glow and added a sheet of Easy Cut Adhesive (my go-to for any intricate die-cut) and ran it thru my die cutting machine.

It’s a bit tricky getting out the bits but these fine tweezers help. I also cut out the sentiment with a white piece of cardstock to mount the flocked piece on for more stability.

I put some of Therm-O-Web’s Ultra Bond liquid adhesive in this bottle with a fine tip. I find that it helps me get under the die to adhere it to the heart-shaped die-cut on the front of the card.

Here’s a look at both my finished cards.

I hope you’ll try this technique and share what you created with us! Make sure to tag your posts with the appropriate tags #thermoweb #rinakdesigns #glitzglittergel #electropop

Have a creative day!

Shemaine

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