Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver

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Cards | Ranger | Simon Hurley create. | Valentine's Day

Unleash the love monsters with Kimberly Boliver's enchanting Valentine's Day Cards! Follow along as she adds a fun twist to each card using Metallic White Texture Paste and stencils, creating a unique design. Who knew monsters could be this sweet?

Instructions 

I love the look of the Ranger Metallic White Texture Paste! Here I will show you how I layered stencils to keep the paste in one area of these cute monster valentine cards! 

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 1

Step 1: Cut 3 pieces of Ranger Heavy Stock to 4”x4” squares. Using the Ranger Craft Sheet to protect the surface, ink blend Rose Madder Archival Ink over one half of the Sunrays Stencil on the cardstock. Next, line up the second stencil and ink blend Light House Archival Ink. 

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 2

Step 2: Ink blend Rose Madder and Light House Archival Ink on the hearts from Wendy Vecchi Make Art Chippies Bases and Frames.  

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 3

Step 3: Layer the Letter It Dancing Dots Stencil under the Sunrays stencil used when ink blending with the Light House ink. It is a good idea to tape the two stencils together to prevent them from shifting. Line up the sunray stencil over the ink blended panels and spread the Metallic Texture Paste over the stencil. This will keep the dots only on one half of the sunray. Do this to all three panels, making sure to clean the stencils between each panel. Set them aside to dry. 

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 4

Step 4: Using the Dancing Dots Stencil, spread Metallic White Texture paste over the heart chippie. Put it to the side to dry completely. 

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 5

Step 5: Using the Make Art Perfect Stamp Positioner, stamp three monster images from the Simon Hurley create. Mythical Monsters Stamp Set on Ranger Heavystock using Jet Black Archival Ink. Then fussy cut them. 

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 6

Step 6: Next, stamp three sentiments from the Simon Hurley create. Mythical Monsters Stamp Set on Ranger Heavystock using Jet Black Archival Inks. 

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 7

Step 7: Using Tim Holtz Distress Pencils and Dina Wakley Scribble sticks, watercolor the images. Do this by Scribbling color onto the Ranger Craft Sheet and picking up the color using water on a paint brush.  

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver Step 8

Step 8: Using the Tim Holtz mini trimmer, trim down the sentiments and mat them on Tim Holtz Distress Black Heavystock. Adhere the stenciled panel to 4 ¼” x 4 ½” card bases cut from Tim Holtz White Heavystock and glue on the remaining pieces to finish the card. Using foam Tape behind the monsters to keep them level with the thickness of the chippies.  

 

Metallic Texture Paste Monster Valentine Cards by Kimberly Boliver FinalKimberly Boliver My name is Kimberly Boliver. I am a south Jersey Girl now living in Delaware. I love the beach and paper crafting in my downtime when I am not working as a Security Officer. I have been hoarding, I mean crafting in my craft room for over 25 years and love sharing what I have created with others. I am most active on Instagram @KimmieB16, but you can find me on YouTube as well as my blog.