Hi there! It’s Andrea with you today sharing a fun card featuring the Sending Sunshine Stamp N Stencil line.
Sending Sunshine Pineapple Card
I love fun stamps and good puns, and the Sending Sunshine stamp has both! I also love the detail and dimension you can add to your projects with the Sending Sunshine stencil – so much fun! Using my MISTI, I first stamped the pineapple with Hello Yellow Electro Pop Ink. I then inked up the edges of the stamp with Orange Glow Electro Pop Ink and stamped it again.
Applying Deco Foil to a Stamped Image
After applying Pixie Spray to the back of the Sending Sunshine stencil, I applied Transfer Gel Duo to the pineapple. Once the gel was fully dry, I placed a bit of Champagne Deco Foil Transfer Sheet onto the pineapple and ran it through my laminator.
Applying Enamel Transfer Sheet to Stenciled Background
For my background, I first inked up a panel of white cardstock with Electro Pop Inks in the colors Hello Yellow, Orange Glow, and Raging Red. I applied Pixie Spray to Newton’s Nook Designs Pineapple Stencil Set. I placed the pineapple layer over my panel and blended with Orange Glow and Raging Red. Next, I covered the panel with the second stencil layer (foliage) and applied Transfer Gel Duo with the Stencil Pal. Once the panel was dry, I used my laminator to apply Screamin’ Green Enamel Transfer Sheet to the foliage.
Assembling the Card
I trimmed down the stenciled panel and adhered it to a white card with Easy Tear Tape. I die-cut a circle from the center of an A2 panel of white cardstock and gold heat-embossed a sentiment from the Sending Sunshine stamp. I attached the die-cut panel to my card with Gina K. Designs Foam Tape and popped up the pineapple with more foam tape.
Have a great day!
Therm O Web Supplies:
Sending Sunshine StampNStencil stamp
Sending Sunshine StampNStencil stencil
Screamin’ Green Enamel Transfer Sheet
DecoFoil Transfer Gel Duo
DecoFoil Transfer Sheet – Champagne
Gina K. Designs Foam Tape
iCraft Easy-Tear Tape
Newton’s Nook Designs Pinapply Stencil Set