ColorBox Lattice Art Screen
Colorbox Inline Creative Cards
ColorBox Dyestress Inks: Tahiti and Tomato
ColorBox Big Thanks Clear Stamps
ColorBox Diamond Wood Stamp Block
ColorBox Archival Wicked Black Ink
Scrapbook Adhesive Permanent EZ Strips
Scrapbook Adhesive Repositionable EZ Dots
Scrapbook Adhesive 3D Foam Circles
Scrapbook Adhesive Metallic Transfer Foil Sheet
5″ x 6 1/2″ Card Base
I want to say “Thanks” for stopping by to see how to create a fun and easy mixed media card using ColorBox Products and Scrapbook Adhesive.
This is a Pam Bray Designs: A Girl with Flair is a tutorial blog so let your creative juice flow…
go to your stash and pullout your favorite products and adhesive to create with.
Cut 2″ from bottom of ColorBox Inline Card; keep it folded.
(You will have a pattern and plain side from card.)
Set pattern Inline piece to one side.
Place Inline plain side on top of 5″ x 6 1/2″ card base using Scrapbook Adhesive Repositionable EZ Dots.
Adhere to top of card base.
Lay ColorBox Art Screen Lattice on top of card base.
Apply ColorBox Tahiti Dyestress ink to top using ColorBox Stylus and Tip.
Remove plain paper from card front.
Stamp “Thanks” form ColorBox Thanks Clear Stamp Set using ColorBox Archival Wicked Black ink.
Apply ColorBox Tomato Dyestress Ink to top of ColorBox Inline piece that was set aside using ColorBox Stylus and Tip.
Cut prepared inked in half; adhere to top of card with Scrapbook Adhesive EZ Permanent Adhesive Strips.
Apply ColorBox Tahiti Dyestress ink to top of white card stock using ColorBox Stylus and Tip. Stamp ColorBox Wood Block Stamp and smaller diamond image from ColorBox Thanks Clear Stamp Set to top of prepared paper using ColorBox Archival Wicked Black Ink.
Fussy cut diamond images; add to front of card with Scrapbook Adhesive Permanent EZ Runner Strips and Foam Circles.
Add Scrapbook Adhesive Foam Circle to top of card front; lay small piece of foil from Scrapbook Adhesive Metallic Transfer Foil Sheet to top.
Add three small diamond images to card front with Scrapbook Adhesive Permanent EZ Runner Strips and Foam Circle.
I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial.
Pam Bray Designs: A Girl with Flair is a tutorial blog.
If you go to the top of my blog you will see a section of “Page” right under my Blog Wallpaper!
Here is where you will find all of my products along with my social media links.
I would love for you to follow my create journey!
If you use any of “MY” product make sure to tag me I would love to see what you have made.