Simon Hurley You Make Me Happy Card by Daniel Diaz
Simon Hurley You Make Me Happy Card by Daniel Diaz

Simon Hurley You Make Me Happy Card by Daniel Diaz

By: Ranger |

Cards | Mixed Media | Simon Hurley create.

Chase away someone's rainy-day blues with this cheerful card created by Daniel Diaz. He used Simon Hurley Stamps, Stencils and Lunar Pastes to give the raindrops some extra shimmer and dimension.

 

Instructions

Hi crafty friends, today I'm showing you a card I made using some Simon Hurley's new Lunar paste. It’s such an amazing new product and it give that extra shine to your projects. There are 5 colors of Lunar Paste which also fit perfect to the Simon Hurley Inks.

 

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Step 1: Let's start by creating the background of the card. Use Simon Hurley Stark White Cardstock and cut it down to an A2 size panel. Now use the Looks Like Rain Stencil and the Lunar Paste Clear Skies. Now your rain drops will get that extra shine and dimension.

 

 

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Step 2: Stamp one of the images of the Puddle Pals Stamp Set ( I used the girl with the umbrella) using Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink and sprinkle some clear embossing powder over it. This will make it easier to color out the image. It’s also something Simon does all the time and if you watch his videos you have see how much it helps.

 

 

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Step 3: To color out the image use the Simon Hurley Inks and mix the ink with some water. You can do it on your table if you have a surface thats easy to clean or use any mat to do this. Of course you can use any colors you like.

 

 

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Step 4: After you have colored your image, it's time to fussy cut. You could also use a Scan N Cut or any other machine to do this.

 

 

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Step 5: Now stamp any of the sentiments on a piece of Simon Hurley Stark White Cardstock also using Jet Black Archival Ink.

 

 

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Step 6: To adhere the sentiment and the image use some Ranger Letter It Adhesive Foam to give it some dimension.

 

 

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Step 7: Last but not least, cut down a piece of blue cardstock and adhere your panel on it leaving a frame around it.

And thats it crafty friends, its a very simple card but with a shiny background. Give the Lunar Paste a try and I’m sure you will love them as much as I do.

Wish you all a wonderful day and take care.