Hello Spectrum Noir fans! I hope you are having a good week so far! 4th of July is just around the corner and since I am currently overseas, I am celebrating this eventful day a little early by creating this cute card.
For my project today, I am showcasing some Spectrum Noir TriBlend Markers, Spectrum Noir Watermark ink and this cute (limited-edition) digital stamp set by Jessica Lynn Original called 4th of July Brentwood.
To begin, I printed my 4th of July Brentwood digi stamp on some Neenah solar white card stock and fussy-cut the image using my precision scissors. I colored the image in with my Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers in Brown Grey Blend, True Blue Blend and Dark Red Blend.
On a piece of some Bristol smooth white card stock, I ink-blended some oxide inks using my mini ink blending tools. I sprayed this with water using my distress sprayer and dabbed it with my paper towel to dry.
I used my Stitched fireworks die and ran it through my Gemini Junior die-cutting machine to create an impression and added texture to my colored background. I die-cut the hill using a border hill die from my stash and stamped the word “Celebrate” using Spectrum Noir Watermark ink. I sprinkled this with white embossing powder and heat-set with my heating tool. I adhered this hill on my colored background.
I used foam adhesive to adhere my image on the card and added Diamond stickles all over the background. I also used glossy accents to add more texture and dimension to the owl and the stars. Here’s my card:
Lastly, I used my white gel pen and added dots to make them look like stars. I really LOVE using my Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers when I’m coloring my images. They are so easy to use and the colors just blend so well together. Here’s a closer look:
I would like to thank Jessica Lynn Original for providing this cute 4th of July Brentwood Owl digital stamp that I used today.
What are you all doing for the 4th of July? My husband and I will celebrate quietly inside our humble abode, drinking champagne and thanking our forefathers for finding America and having the freedom that we now have today! I am so proud to be an American! God bless the United States of America!
I hope you like my project today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Have an amazing day!
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LOVE this! Happy 4th to you overseas!